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The t^TCuttar numlBi talib on ttw OtMt, 
Ann fin« ««nn pwTttm WVMlIt on tb« ^ 
' iru Uope. Plna tpnntif wltb Uih (em- 
ponturaa ar» nportod on «m PralriM. 




COLONIST TSLVHONM 



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12 
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NO. 131-SEVENTY.FIRSTtBAB 



VICTORIA, BIUTk»U CQLUMBIA, SUNDAY, M AY 12, 1929 



FORTY-EIGHT PAGES 



FIRE FIGHTERS RISK BLAST ON BLAZING VESSEL 



A Protective Tariff 
Now Ad located far 
Provincial Growers 



Mr. J. A. Grant, Markets Commiiiioner. Offers 
Advice in Affording Relief for B. C. Producers 
of Soft Fruits and Vegetables — Deals With 
Mis»oari Skoadon of Last Year in Report 



Transportation Rates Are 

Reported Not Unequal 

r 1^1 IE ereatait drawback to prodncUon of and markellag 
I early vecetaUM kod Mtt traits for Can a rt ia n Northwesterii 
needs, staMs Ur. rf. A. Oraat^ Ifafketa Oominlssloner for 
British Columbia, la tiM want of asmranrff that glut surpluses from 
United States points wfll be subject to a protective tarlil of suffi- 
cient value to Q.ssurc ^.-ruwi^rs that somewber* Hear tbtt OQlt Of 
production will be paid at shipping point. 

In submitting hit report (or the ^war 1928 to Uie Minister of 
Agriculture the lAukets Commissioner sajrs that transportation la 
not thtf dUBeulty, m rates Oanada ate aa low as at oompetltlve 

polBts and the cait Uld down Is 
SUghtiy In faTor of BrlUih Coliun- 
Ua producexs. It Is the idling be- 
low eest of pfOduoOan at shipplns 
pQinl that cauMt the tnwUs. 

This dUBculty If aooentuated, thf 
commlisloner sUtes, the faci 
that SoHLhem pdnu ar« pautln« 
Ihelr peak and lowwt prices pf- 
vall when Cftniidian prinlLiri i 
ready lo roll In ih'? cu-v* ot o r 
tain vcitetables. huch as tt.■^^>ft^B4^■.l^ 
^pinwh, iK*iu and broccoli, prudiir 
tion caiuiol gcr a proflUblc .«lart 
wlihoiit nn assuronce aga^iia^ Uump 

■ niijp''l!liL>Il 

Dealing with the stxawberry mar- 
keu last smr. the report states that 
laesse were due to sereral oontnbu- 
tory causei, wet wiather at polnu 
of diatributlOD. sslt condlUon of 

r UL.SJ?"^55S, cxcXnrWilh Parliament Dissolved 

!Si;i'S'"?Jr'»'Sia:i ElecUon Nme.een 

Days Off Acid Note bi- 
ters Leaders Speeches 

SIR Jf)!l\ s7Wf>\ 

MAUt A TARGET 



Graf Zeppelin World Tour Mapped Out 





OLD COUNl 




S5. SALVAGE KING 
BA TTLES TO SA VE 
BURNING BOOB YALLA 



Engine-Room of Motorship Is Flooded With 
W.ucr and Live Steam by Men Who Face Sudden 
Death From Explosion of Fuel Oil in Two 
Great Storage Tanks 

Oiler Rescued From Shaft 
Of Smoke-Filled Ventilator 

Long Struggle With Conflagration Continues 
All Dav. Effort to Scuttle Ship in Shallow Water 
Being ineffective. Borings Only Serving to Intro- 
duce to Fan Flames in Raging Furnace 




KiasouBi GOBcncrmoN 

int«ra«Ua« Xacts In con- 
dMtUn with Uio MlaeBurl berries 
are glvrn by thf* rommlssiourr as 
the rwull of a vwtL mfrr.. The 
^■mrlety grrown \r 'he Aroma, Over 
ZjBOO earn were prrnluced lajst year 
In MlsHOiirt. A* manv 200 can 
w.Tf so'iil tiv aucMan in one day at 
I,. ,,k ..i ■■riw-iii. Tlirir peak utfually 
- it tLme whan BrlUidi Oo- 
i.irm .^hipping. Only a few 
hii>rr> iHK-nd the auctlun u»d they 
represent lUe large Jobbing boom 
ol Dearly aU centres in the United 
Slates and Canada. When berrtee 
ate orecproduced for the frfjsh fnilt T ONDON. May 11 - <By United 
axarbCt and biiyem cannot find a.n ] l_v Preui - No«- ParllAment has 
OUtlei for all the oflcrlnitfi, Uie bai- , been dlaaolvcd and thr flerllon Is 



Mr. Winston Churchill Says 
Head of Indian G>mmis- 
5ion Would Be Belter Out 
of Pohlics 



EARLY in inly the Graf Zeppelin, below, will start from New York harbor on an epoch-mHking trip 
around the world under the personal direction of Dr. Hugo ECkeser. ineet above. The above v>i.:>ws 
the route this dtriglUe wOl take on fta JoBran from tbt time it Uam and retnrm to New York. Above 
!■ a acaae In the pilot beoee of the Zeppdia on Its but transatlantic croaung. 

Students Riot When Whole 
Faculty h Dismissed and 

' Uhiversily Is Closed Don ti 

Dm MOINEB. la^ May 11.— A second student oprlMac Itopitt 
Mi at DM MOtMs UniverAty botilght, divnpUni the elfiflf^ 
BesBlon of the bosrd of trustete. One boadred and fifty 
imdergraduates surrounded the admlnlsMtftao buUdlnt and threv 
eggs and stones as the board member» reticM to a closet The 
students were protesting, it us understood, the ousting by the trus- 
tees today of the entire faculty, Including Dr. Harry Wurman, 
president. A police riot call vas ttttiMd tfrmnd Offlottt Vtfe lent to 
the campus for a second lime. 



F. Tolmie s 
fcrcncc With Dominiun 
Govermnent Will Aid De- 
vdopment of Provuce 

RAlLlf 41 LA^DS 

DEAL HASTENED 

pepuly Minister of Interior 
Coming to Victoria to 
Complete Necessary Ar- 
rangements 




ance is sent on consisnmrnt usually 

marlft-^ nlrfiuly fiMrpliM 
D,.. -.lilt ■ -tMj. ;)■■:■ 1' 'ip'."l rh" 
ConUnuBd no ra<e 2, (.olnmn .1 




Sunday 9 May 12 
UMhnar. mt* 

THE WCATBER 

. torla and VlchUty^Modarsta 
.1) Num and wilk vMs, pert- 
, udy andjraim. 

Sun Rtan: 4:» o'deek. 
Sun BiMs: 7:40 o'elaefc. 

lllEh Tide: 1:19 M BhI. 

Law Tide : 11 :» aj M^ S^ tmtL 

ife"» 

JOT ixihman wins decWon over 

Miller. 

BsfliitnirU beaten bv Snpperton in 
^Province Cup ■'■<K<-rr. Saantch 

ThlBtlei no mauh lor Rivals. 
pA botUes fthowcrrd m game at 

Oleiwland as AlhletA win. 

PoUee caUed durli« i^ riot. 

ngera halt Yaafeese* wlnntng 

streak. 

Seattle ddeats VleUvIa Oalf Otab 
team in flnt half of Inleroty 
BMtob at Oak Bay. Bpia «tetn 
has Ane round. 



tjoeal and pT»»*tnrl»i — 

Mr. J, A CirArn, mnrket* com- 
mL<>alnnrr. rtfT-v ^flvlce In af- 
lonhngrelH; ■ ' i Ah Colum- 
bia prrducT fruits and 
vrsrublea, in vi^w of cxwnpeU- 
tjrin with Ulasourl iltuaUnn. 

(;«mpbeil River appltmtionji will 
be urff^d this week before Water 
Board. 

Outside jHilpIt on smith face of 

new Christ church Oatbedral 

Is ereeted. 
Mr Marshall Yottng Mleees fined 

prIoeK ot eopptr wfD be eitab- 

Uahed. 

l>ramsrk' t>Htii>^ «uh ftunea 
m&rlLi Orr outbrMtk on lub. 
Boobyiilla. 
OomlnUm, Imprrlsl and fmntftt— 

Forast Ores daeiroy thousands of 
j wry^^fl^Jteb er m Northern 

Canada. 

studentA rfot when traileM dls- 

ml.ti whole taoulty or Des 

Motoen Unlveralty, 
Great Brltlah dlr«lble to vUiit | 

Canada In Full if irtnis nrr 

suoo■«s^ll. 
Premier Totmit* urnven in V»fi- ' 

eouver wtUi good news from 
_OtUwa. I 
■ w l to o ^jLW|i|jrijpi to tM Oouotry^ 



only nineteen days olf a cJlstlnct 
nol<^ of bitl^mpw is Ix'iiig intro- 
(luc^rl into the canipal^ speeches 
of the variouA political chief talru. 

Right Hon Wlmtoo Churchill, al- 
ways noted for hlJi IncUlve attarks 
■galmt opponents, nurted the ball 
rolling with his denunciation of 31r 
John Simon's action in uiking an 
active psrt in the campaign by en- 
ergetically supporttog Uoyd George's 
programme, notwithstanding that 
the oonsemtlve oppoaltkm to him 
had been withdrawn owing to his 
leaf slwnpB from Knglanrt as bead 
ofttSlBdlaaStatiitanr OommlsaUm. 

**8tr John Simon." declared 
CburcbQl in a speech last night, 
"would have far better discharged 
hU duty to (he public by preaesvtng 
a dignified rcttremeni and concen- 
tration upon hlf task, than by com- 
ing forward In thLi ei'ction and tak- 
lrj£ ftdvan'aK'' or Ihr i -hivairv ex- 
icn(]<>d iti him and indulging in the 
chfap pnrtime Of flrtB( HHltf the 
white flaR " 

Lloyu ( " >rr' < speeches are also 
fUled witli iiif ),^usl piquant cocn- 
menta regarding hix opponenia Hs 
made one of hla moat Mtter state- 
menui on Thunday. when he ad- 
dressed a woman's mass meeting at 
the Albert Hall, although he mod- 
erated his tone because of his fem- 
inine audience. He denounced the 
Oovprrimynt for giving 13.000.000 to 
the hr^«'tr<i whtl** wlthflrawlin a 
(lO.f'i'M' Tv,-,li( crfir.l 'o P'">iir mnihrrs, 

PrrrTil/T Baldwin oprnMl th" rlrt- 
tlon cftmpsign proper at a nv'-iinn 
In Aibrrt H.i:i lost RLsht, *hl-h was 
attr!iil"'-l t'v aurllrni-o <'t 10.M0- 




« eiLL 



DES MOINES. U.. May 11. — The 
entire faculty of the Dee Molnea 
Unlvemty. a BapUst InstttoUon. In- 
oiudmg Dr. Bsrry Wayman, preal- 
dent, was fllimlgwrt today by the 
board of truflteea. Although the rea- 
son for the dlsmlseal given by the 
bnarrt wa« that It wa.n for the pur- 
pi>.'-p of rconfanizjition thp ncncral 
tnicrpretnt lon accorded the action m 
canipu5 cu'clen was that It mvoh-' ] 
In part, a long sla ruling Modemut- 
tic- Funds mrntallst dlspiite at the 
institution. 

BOAftD OALLCD 

Yesterday the board was oalled to 
consider requesting the resignation 
of I>r. T. T. Shields and Mlm ^th 
Rrbman. as members of the board 



9 

New YoJp'financial Oper- 
ator Believe.s Fixed Prites 
of Copper Will Be Estab- 
lished Sooti 



LACK OF FiMyayc 

WRECKS HANI MINES 



An opUmlsUc view of the copper. 
iPHd sod tlDc markets of the world, 
with f avonUe retetton to the buil- 
nees In these, metals In British Co- 
lumbia, was given to The Colonist 
yesletday by Mr. E. Marshall 
Young, vice-president nt the AasocI- 
Ated Metal/. CoT-'-rntmn ol New 
York, a WO.OOO.oofl roinpiiiiv nriran- 



Flgu 



re Stands for Cana- 
dian Wine, Whisky and 
Beer Smug^^ed Over Line 
in Year 



Tiie"'nw*Un4t'wa.'! said to have been litecl to apply th.' .nv»^.ijiirn-- iruAt 



ONTARIO EXPORT 
RETURNS SCANNED 



plan to mining si-cunQM and oper- 

Thl* rompanv npemW-s through 
the North American Mintnu At 
ui the United 
eutea and elsewhere, and for Ito 
Dommum buslneas propoaea to m- 
eorpomte Federally the British 



injtUgated by Preiildent Wayman. 
wh'-' prrvioualy had refused to fol- 
low Fiuiigestlons of Or. BhlvldA thni 
seven members of the university 
faculty be dlschazged. Dr. Shields ' smeJUng Company 
was said to have ttHA that Dean A. 
E. Bennett, of ttie OdUcge of Muea- 
doo. and Pirfassor S. U OdaiBs 
were guUty of fadtoerset ModecdMk 
uonvziesr 

llw beard todayi however, instead 
of requesting the rvtfgnauons of 

MlM Rebman and Dr. Shields, vln- 

DETROn , Mwy \l As one of dir-atrrt thf-m nnd OUSted President 
the main outlets for Ihr t^rrcm of Wit\;i .wi :<.:.■[ l l' mlirc fsculty 
Oanadlan liquor smuKuIed mt« thp < onUnw »l on rase 2. I nlumn 5 ^ 

trnlted States, the Oetroit section 



ANOOUVHt, May 11.— 'TVsver 
felt better In my life." ex- 
claimed Premier 8. P. Thknle, as he 
stepped from the train to the station 
platform tonight on his return from 
the East, where he has been enjdg- 
Ing the nmt real holiday he ever 
took, '^du aan t^l the man who 
.iftarted the .-itory that I inteml to 
resign from the office which the 
people of BrlUih Columbia have 
elected me, he will grow so thin be'U 
blow away," 

AlUxough he hR5 hern hol'.diylntt. 
iiid Itif benflicial cffi--.:".^ of hu 
[lorlod of reiit are manifest In hu 
:i(.'iit:hy uppearsnct and springy 
'dep. Premier Tolmie has been do- 
ing a great deal of useful work for 
British Columbia while he has been 
away. Be tOM of some sC the thliifi 
that have hen dafanlag his aUen- 
Uon, and tha xesnlje that were at- 



DKFVTY aoNivm coaoNo 

PoUowlag coofcrenoes with the 
i>o«alnlon Ooremment. DepuQr Min- 
ister el the Interior W. W. Oory wUI 
arrive In Victoria within two wedu 
to complete necessary arrangeoients 
with the Provincial Oovertunent in 
reference to tiie return of the rail- 
way-belt lands U) the Province. 

Another Important announcement 
made by the Premier was to the ef- 
fect thai Hon. Charles Stewart. 
Minister of Lands, bad oonaented to 
assist the Joint survey to tN> made 
by the Provincial Oovemmrnt and 
the two traziscootlneii raiu-ays, 
of the natural resouroes of the P.O£. 

CentSaned on Paga % 

HBIHIIES 



mm 



KHOWma thatat- wy ■iMisi that they nlcbt be blown to 
atonic, workers aboard 8s. Balvase King, all day yesterday 
fought with superhuman rffoiLs to ch«!lt the ficrcoly burn- 
ing fire in the engine-room of the motorship Boobynlla In Eaqulmalt 
Harbor Owned by the Pacific Sleamahip Conipuiiy and commandpd 
by CaptAln E. Thomaen, the BoobyaUa was proceeding from^Port 
Anfteles to Blaine, Anacoriea, 8aa yraaelMX) and WUmlogtOD wlUi 
a cargo of shingles and pspsr. 

An but those on the Igraveyard" 

watch were In their bunks, aiul the 
freighter was fonrtt^g ahead in a 
hf[ht mlit, Thf twin OLcsel engines 
rt- riiimmi? lirinintniy and sU ap- 
peared to be In order in the engioc- 
nom 

FIRE BREAKS OtT 

Suddenly, niUiout waminc. a 
'otiifuf fltt'np sliix -.ip nt'ttr the 
.tiirbnar'I 'iii;]!!'* wlifn Ihr noi>b>- 
alia wbjs tour miles east of Dls«'\pry 
laland. m the Strait of Ju&n 
Puca, at 4:30 o'clock In the mcmuig. 
Flames Hmka out In all directions, 
and Inmwdlately Vlrst Asslitant Xn- 
gineer WUllam MCUaod and Chief 
engineer B. W. MflOlaiighThi aoond- 
ed the fire alarm. 

Before any means could be taken 
to qqell the blaae. It had grown to 
tremendous proportions, threatening 

the lives of the entJrr cnglne-nnm 
watch Mr McCiluiKrhlin snd his as- 
sistant engmeer. s^-nnK that nothing 
could be done, ordrn-'d 'lir men out 
St once to help in r'ni.'iiii; the rest 
of the crew in an rfl ir' to prrv-'nt. 
the fire frcni (rprrodmy to th" cargo 
and paint locker 

on.ER MI.SSING 

On'-f on deck, Mr. Mmiaughlln 
cherkM rvrr )Ufl mrn One was 
mi:-.ii ,- ■ 1. .r.- ■,»t>omlny, ihe nllrr. 
( ontii\U'<l .-ri l'\re 10 I lit II run 1 

BIG mm 




Water Board Will Be Ulled 
Upon to Recommend Ac- 
tion Upon Application for 
Campbell RiVer Power 

PROTEST TO BE 

FIRST THOUGHT 



Tmil>rr Corporations 
Take hxception to 
Damming Which Will In- 
jure Forest Holdings 



May 
Any 



M' 




last year absorbed wine. whi*ky and W**// Hirfl V/ffllfl" 
beer valued at $50,000,000, accordingi'*' " 'M/fi .fiiriiff^ 
td estimates made by observers here. 

The estimate wax Bn-lved at by 
computing the vsluf of Honor wmt 
from the Ontario Picport rvtcks at 
Wmdsor. Ont. arrowi the rvtrolt 
River from Detroit, nnd nhrr nearby 



Holdings Sold fn 
Vancouver Men 



Oommonwealth Mines. Umlted. the 
necessary capital having been pro- 
vided It holds properUcs In the 
Sniidon dif>tnct, nnd wlUun the next 
flxty days Mr •,'<r\i:.i expocU tn 
have ore ihipty-l i' antli-ipated 
throuuh thl5 l";4nudm.i ■ i-.-r;inii^ 
unit lo provide f-i rxpaii it: - nn- 
nertlorm throuflli the U'-innr i. 

M; Yound, who was in Viciuna 
d inrig the day for the purpose of 
mrcung men Interested In the min- 
ing business, and to sec his falher, 
Mr. J. M. Young, who resides here, 
va'. iL<k»d ^ vws with regard to 
view of the 



W ell- Known 
B*C. Holstein 
Man Is Dead 



VAMOOUVBi May U.-A rsal- 
dank or BrliaA Columbia for forty- 
two yean and well-known dairyman 
and farmer. John Mackle. aged sU- 
ty-rour, of Marina IMvt, dlad Ph^ 
day at 11. pm. hi Bk fKul^ HBa- 
pftal. 

Mr. Kseklc. son of Ttacows Laird 
Mackle, was bom in Bootted and 
oame to British Columbia fOfty-twa 
yaars afo. He settled on Sea Island, 
where he lived untU his retirement, 
a tew reara sgo. He was a promin- 
ent mwnber of the Agricultural 
nnrlety of British Columbia and wu 
provinz-tal Judge of dairy eattle for 
a number of years- The breed in 
whlrh h** ^perishaed was the Hoi- 
stela, on which hs was a reressost 



b'.rtlrr cltlrs OMm-Mhly the liquor control ol ihc- ll«l Bird mming 
IS cleared from the Csniidlsn docks prnp^rUr.s in BrltL'.l>, Columbia to a 
for export to other cnuntrtea. Orcsl ^roun of Vanrnuvrr mm wsa an- 

BniAln imports but imie liquor from npunVed ^- - 

2H^S!";iJf*l-.?!^'i ITl-?!?!! ! Spokane. 'pr'<yiwe"m of The Rrd iilfd 

rnmnany Although the coosldar- 
atinii w«ji not announced, Beeson 
Mtid that the oontroUmg Intersit 
waA sold nn a basis of tlAOOjOOO tor 
Lbr propf rty 

R. R. Stewart. W. B. Parrts aoft 
associates, the purchaser, wiu begin 
at ooce development work, for whlrh 
aM.000 ha/ been approprtatMl. Bee- 
ssld The Ri^ Bird tnleresU 
;trr ]i'riit/-'t at '.hr ]iin. Ltnn of the 

rend Oreille and salmoo Rlvem in 
BrttMi Oohuibla. 



biUeve that any of tt goes lo Cuba 
and ather covntrlea. 

uf mm or oallons 

Translatlnt last yearl tturea of 

UO0MJBOO Into terms at tafibns. the 

liquor dock* nf f . n, - i-^r Dries m 

1938 exportr l cillons of 

whisky. 2.M7 44*i n^ilnii^ of brer ard 
an amount, of wln''^ gin and oiher 
brvrrnerit nm"uii(inB to more than J^on 

(W> ihV) 

ronUniK^ nn I*a(r IS. t'olBmn 4 



I ihn ni'-'.il II " V''* tn 
SPOKANK;. vJitA-.i . May 11.— Bale I great Dtimn-unn. 

COPPEB smiATlON 
r>ea]inR uith rirpper he said that 
, prices !Lhr.ui>i t>r stabiUied during 
nounred today by l._ t. Bj'eJton. of 1 ^j,^ months. The Hgure 

would probably be about 16 1-2 cents 



171-2 cenLi. with a slcsdy demand 
Owiru: t/^ thr- Rutomotic revision of 
wmgcfl. incidental when copper risen 
above seveotsen oente per pound 
maldng any lUiftier prtoe of ItttJe 
CoattBMd OB rage la, 0«bM» • 



Vancouver Roy 
Enlan^lefl in 
Rope; Drowned 



WOMAN IS KILLED 
IN AVTO^ACCIDENT 



VANttOLWKR. May 13.~Mn 
Helen Chester, twenty-s^en. Jervis 
Slre«t. died In the General Hospital 
St « IS oclock Saturday mfht« as 
the result of injuries suffered when 
tha car lo ebleh ihe wm riding, 
driven by Oeerge XNanwod. Grao- 



Traffic on 
PAt.E. Tops 
AU Records 



aaamA. ont. Mar n.-etaaley 
DhappsU. nineteen, awe bosM is 
behevMte^ha hi vanoovvsr, nc. 
was drowMw whs h& Vie dragged 

into the St Olalr River here ^oi^r ImTeaiet^ wmt aviati aad^over- 
by Ihe mooring csAile of the Steamer \ turMd at Dm— nh and flomby 
Hurrtfitc- on which he wss empk>yrd i siieeto. by another a»ito driven by 
The rope suached W Uw cable be- rved Krre. brtrkUyer Welwyn 
rsme tjinglerj sround Chsppell't ieg>street Kyr* trss fhsrged by poUce 
w Ihe .-abie slid off the dock, and ; with man.^l*u»ht^r Mm CYvfmUr 

Ihslwas a daugt^_oC £>r 



It puurd htm into thg water. 
MdV ttto BM bi«iM0in 



VAHUtJUVlK. May S1<-TralDe 
on the Paelfle Great Kastem Rail- 
way during the paet three months 
has bsalan all records m the hMor% 
of the read. aoeordlBg to a state 
UMit by Robert WOMi^ snsdvttve 
asslsUnt The WBhMa eff iMUftft Is 
far beyond thst of av similar 
parted since t^e road wag MIL Pas- 
sragrr trsmr is also very aattsfac- 
I lory 

L)ir'-"r'r,- the road are ooo- 
! ndem thHi Ihe ita report wiu be 
M.ithe best ever Moed. shavtag imia. 
^ir anv. aaaa on sMMfln, tt ia stala& 




Thousands of Acres of 
Parched Timber De- 
stroyed in Saskatchewan, 
According to Report 

FORECAST GIVES 
NO HOPE OF RAIN 



WlNNlPtti . May II.— nwest tlrsp 
gained headway today In a sctwe of 
iforthem Mkaltoba and Saskat- 
chewan dlstrirt.* deBpli* the efforts 
of hundred.* "1 rol'inteer fire fight- 
ers. Th^ fire^ In four days have 
deatroved ihnUAands of acres of 
parched tlmt>er and threatened 
scattered settlements. 

A rhsnsp of wind In Manlt/tha haf 
hali'-d t-hf" proerwui of dfwtnicUon In 
mme srea.^ but Uir rnnflarraU.?n was 
reported to bsve InrreiL-w^d In «'ot»' 
m Saskatchewan. Fire fighters hope 
tea rains thai waslhar fiweissis fan 
to promise. 

Plsfflttt wtdeh Ibfldied the Bcur- 
geoo River In seven glaess last night 
were lesmMI today to be dsstraylag 
vahuMe timber bi frlaee Albert 
National Park, 
fire rf/iild be 
the territory dss^rite gisat dibds ol 
smoke whfc:h blanketed Ibe area 

In the Torch River district, north 
of Nlpawln. .SMkalchewan. flame* 
■■»•-«- 1* 1 rt to be under the ronf rol 
I'tdred man. No UtT m- 
:<n-:Mtt.K>[i was avaUaMe from the 
PMgue and Ponophie itj e m ea 
whsra aatbmka ysattfday were 
Ueted as Ite oast avlas eC Hd 
sepanto ftigi to Basbslii'luiaaiL 

t tsmegm flam MUt SI. a aev sel- 
Umeni atar Otto flow. teU of a 
de^ierate iffOvt of laslfliSTta tosave 
the town. A few led headings wese 

thafln 



ONDAY afternoon will sec the 
(qxnlng of the contest which 
Is now being waged by poaar oor- 
pmmtlens for tha aoqtditttan of the 
eowted water devekipment of 
OampbeQ River, on Vancouver Is- 
land, The subject will then come 
l)efore memtjers of Ihe Executive 
Council, when the protest of the 
Canadian Grown WUlameUe Com- 
pany will be heard agalmit the 
throwing open of the wst^r nt ihr 
river for application for u.^ by any 
and all comers 

The position taken by the Prown 
'■' Mumrttr r'rmpunv Ia tJisl by vlr- 
'.ur of the rlghtfl thai were scrrded 
It by the former Mmister of Land- 
Mr. T. D. Pattullo, an Uaprc^jer 
oouna was followed In opsnlng up 
(he ns<ii« and allowing othert to 
make appUcathm. 

PBBUMmART AMDMBNT 

The sitting of the executive to 
deal with the matter will open ^ 
S o'clock on Monday, when the Min- 
ister of I^ndi. as the minister 

directly concMTied with the mstter 
mvolved, has decided thai all com- 
P«nleA msk)ne ftppMcatlon may pre- 
sent 'h''ir -.•i-wi It m Anticipated, 
howrver, (Jial the hearing before the 
executive will be ronflned largely to 
the hearlntr of -hr Crown Willam- 
ette's prn'r'.! Mr J, H Liiwsnn. of 
Vani-*.uve7. 1* aciing ss solicitor for 
the company, 

r<mUnwe<1 nn Psce 1, CAlwmn 1 

Outside Pulpit 
Is Erected nt 
New Catliedral 




nte lalati eSSwiaf feature eC 
the new Gbrtet CUmrtft) Catbe- 
dml to be tmdertkkcu. the oot- 
stde pulpit and Ua entrance from 
from the south ambulatory, 
were flnlshad yesterday morn- 
ing, the last stone being laid Just 
before noon. 

The pulplf Is a seml-ortacon 
in form, and has a noble and 
dignified appearance n cao be 
jwn from Bu/dett Avenue. The 
lower portion in hullt of New- 
casUc litland »l'»(ie The upper 
part, having s q < ja tre f ol l on 
li oocwtructed of Canroos 
adth a bold ctpinjc '>ver 
of the same material rive r*-- 
telnlng wall, marking the outer 
boondttp gc ttw sbMa to the 
pulpily II iHmiia to ihree 
nelghta Tt» palplt u thv gift 
of glckr braBBbes of the Wo- 
«— b Anmmt In lag 



Air Minister Announces 
R-lOO Plans lo Cross At- 
lantic in Fall If Trial 
Flight Is Success 

IS WORLD'S L iTEST 
FLYING EXPERIMENT 

LONDON. MS*' liy— (By nalted 
Prsmi — Iht wortrs laMat and most 
expensive uperhnsnt in aircraft 
ooostnicUon wU] be given lU first 
In late May, wtien gas Is blown 
into the hags of Lbe R-IM and the 
R-lOU graat Britams new «4>l00;lMg 
aMMpL 

sir Samuel Hoerv. Britlah Air 
Minister, recently announced to the 
House of Commons that the two 
new airships would make flights lo 
Canada and India in the Fail If the 
trial niRhu were suocfssfut. Air 
experts of the world perkpd up their 
ears at this announrrnr-n!, for 
Great Britain s failure In thMe two 
ventures may mean death iBr ftttgra 
airship constnicuon. 

The R-toe. the air mtadiby tm 
decided, win g» to Oanada, white 
the R-101 wUl toaka lU tint long 
flight to India and mypt afbsre ar- 
nagaiasate already have been made 
for hmdWng the ship. But so far. 
air Samuel has refuvd to divulge 
when the shed tests snd first tmi 
nights will be held, Prnvious delays 
and wihsequent questlonlngA In T*ar- 
UameiU have made him rauttoua 
The Ualtod Press leAms, however, 
thet the bags wiU be fUled by early 
Jtme. after which tha An* koM 
fUghU will be made. 

MCAR < OMPLRIOir 
The oonstnicUna tt ^haae two 
ft,MM,000 CUblr fsat IM filled air. 
ships Is rapidly nsarmg eocnpletlan. 
■rter mnumerable delays onraalonwd 
by changiw m plans and the addl- 
tkm of many ne w de vlees vbkb 
oevff ta^ove have been em ployed en 
giant atnbipe. The R-IOt. to par- 
tteular. moreamts several radical 
departures In the i iamnailhSl ef 
Kitr sleel frame and |n Ifeg ggsigiab* 

meat of the totrntar. 



THE OAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNHU 



1''''' 



We've Pure £i!k liui.e lo Match Your Sho« 

What Shoes WUl You 
Wear for the .24thl 

Fr. (a'hrart's and decide. Hever llad ft Cner bolida; 
sliuwing than rigbt now. 
Shoe* for the Be«Ji Show for Tennis 

ShoMforDrwe U^^'^S^^ 
Shoe* fer the SMMt ShMlor Csldft' 

And a Tnfl lUnle of Shoes for 1^ RMdk* 
W« Oomatee «b« Bert of VtSaea 

Wn. Cathcart Co_ Ltd. 



UOSDotq^Stteet 



Phone 1125 



A Protective Tariff 
Now Advocated for 
Provincial Growers 



50c— 75c— $1.00 

ZONE CABS 

PHONE 29O0 



BEDDING-OUT PLANTS NOW 



A«tcr% OUwt^ UUnd. prt Ho*'- 



All miids ft pfrTHlirfJi ui SV:« < 

SYLVESTER FEED CO. ,.r«. 



r'An(inii«>>1 f ram Phv ^ I 
I'prnlns i>f thi- rii* U'-i I ■. i!'m! up 
Sf-i the lio' Ii(iu;.t Loiiiau> lifiii. aa 
heavy -ihuiMi'-ni.-i of tniporl«d flotd- 
grown stuQ had beta RoetTed early 
enough to prmni BrlUah Colum- 
bia shippers from veUlng good 
prloM for ttwlr flxit offertosa. 'the 
mufeet ocmunlBttoDer Miiii li. and 
•utfMa tb«( the only remedy U ft 
blChcr tartfr on nrld-froini to- 
mato*'.-; nntlih Cnliunbla n»ild 
t(nn;iKrf:-%. oli Uic '.lUitT haiiil, *frf 
WL-U marfceted. and while prices 
wm aoih^ they ware satlafMiory. 

GEATs moDucnoN 

Orape growtn« In dultMml pUcei 
throughout the Okioaeui could be 
made a seal factcr la (ruit ahlppcd 
fresh to the BritlA OoIoniMa and 
i raMa manset, the 



■tataa. Ocmaea from JCdovae fttoif 
a nady naM M year u thoee 
from Ontarie mm aol ready to ihip 
uDtU after the Brttlah Columbia 
grapes were off the aaarkei. 

Export of apples wa* ItrrrrA iipfin 
the Aaaodaled ' iniwrrs hikI iHi' 
(111 ! I's service t< > t J i c at 1 v n e f i f 
tl.f small .iliipixTs who niiirh-eL*d 

ii. [u'lif- ^)n^nutbl^■ iimrlietj!. than Uie 
f»!K)it uiarkct-s the report Uullcat«. 
ajiit suKgc^tu tiuil ftocne naane must 
he devised W e^aUae reWma a« 
between thoee bearisc the tnMo< 
export and those net taiai the 
bwtfea It ia e im e rt ed tbat ttUa 
mlsbt be «ay el boane on ex* 
parte or by order of the oommlttee 
of direction, setting a proportion 
of Wport trado assigned to all 
ihlpperL 




Only OriA Week 
Henudning fom 

f \NI.V (Ml*- ininv wefk re- 
^ ' maUifc (t>f flfilors of VU-- 
iiirl;» and fJftqutinalt elifioraJ 
dif'ncts. who did not vutc at 
the but Provincial eleetlon. en 
IS. IMS. to make applt- 
mnirtaramem Ap- 
irtt ha xweteed 
Mr. QpSiVi & lAibon. regu- 
trar « tMMn, the Court 
Hoiue, BaflUon Street, up un- 
tU Monday. May 30. 

One iiii>n- chaiire irtlll re- 
rfiiiiri.'- !(«■ iiri;hk."'i !' vn((~r-' in 
Uie«? two ei»M;'.onil dULrltLo to 

get tlielr ounee on the Pro- 
vtnclai voteca' UsL and this is 
by such electors api^iDt in 
person to Mr. ICaben, at the 
rourt Houee,- «a MOQday. 
May SO. when the'Ooart^of 

Hcvihiiiii m session 

A i hiiiu;i- I ■! .11:1:1 r-.-.'- (.11 Kc 
the la^l pr in iir't.i' f:--'iM('!! n* 
quiff- ■ m itifii-ji' I'-n * ' .t.iiif 
or In persciu t^ Uiuee m cJuug' 
Of 



B.C. PREMIER 
BRINGS BACK 





Diamonds 

In the 
Popular 

Step 
Setting 





TO PRESENT 




rrtuitles Ocmpanr aad. through it, 
with the International UtlUtlee 
Company, whereby araple fa<tllltles 
will be araUable for the develop- 
ment. 

The fourth oeoipany maklns bp- 
pHftlttWI Is the 8trathfo!'.:i (' >!:!- 

pany, of which Mr- E P urpinnrr 
and Mr. Oavln Burii-s are rrpre 
aentatlves. The connci tiutw of the 
laAter company are ii.>r rt*"finitc)_v 
known but It U reported to be Oid 

oumitfjT 



/t,'^^ /\w>/ Mitres 
tirsf Shi prnrnt 
Eaal to MoiUreal 



Nowhere will yon find a proater selection of highest 
qusUly dUmoods than here. See the new step settint; in 
white or mtm «old. Priced at fTB, 9^00, fl^. 
npto Z fSOO 

8fi£ OUR WINDOWS 

W. H. WiOcerson 

Watchmakpr and J s aeltg . 

(At the Sign of the Big Clock) 1210 Ootiglas 



FOR RENT 

Furnished 

^ Mount Adelaide' in Esquimalt 

On the waterfront; 1 0 acres of woodland, 

lawn and gardens; uninterrupted view of 
sea and mountains. 

Immediate Possession. References 
Required 

For farticnUrtp Apply ke 

£. P. Johnston, Executor 

P.O. Bos 280 ^netarU, B.a 



Let • BCATTT WA8HBK do 

the boniMhold vaahlnV' Come 
in and let na explain how usy it 
ii to huj 




Steree Fran Coeit lo Cseet 

ins DoocUa Street 
Pboae S417 



Bedding Plants 

All Ved-ieticf Grown from 
Croea Baleluf«% 
readj. 



TBB OAXDBN 



Young&Potfiipr 




( 'otiUoiiril fmni rofe 1 
llie exprullvp having already de- 
rldcrt th.a It -A ti: wfll wtthm i'Ji 
IioiA'T 111 Mi'^'A' <"-prn the water for 
applU-alions Innu other roniptirU(*s, 
It Ls not Ukely that It will niter Us 
declAlon with respect lo this pha«e 
Thla befnf so, the merlti of the 
varloua appheanti will eoow before 
ttie Water Bo&rd of the Landa De- 
partment on Wednesday, when the 
whole subject will be gone Into. The 
hearing. It is anticipated, will take 
some coiiilderable time. It will 
prohohlv mean ccffialderable d*-iuv 
befitrt* rhc members of the b>Mril 
l.avc dcridftl ihfl matter. 

Thi' asKur&nr*> hiL*, b<»en plvpn that 
In thl.s ronnertlon ti>*«re wUI be 
undue haete in reaching ti pp.>T 
oonclualon. The rn'ris nr 
Tarlooa Wfnr*fi*— ' appacaiioiut 
be liiiaiMislSil to the fullest and 
the cenenl edTsatsgs tt the public 
takn Into Moennt'bsfWa ttie de- 
dsioa Is antfsA at 

Zt ti even prabable tbst reoeaeee 
may have to be called dtutng the 
proereee of the proceedlnga. In order 
to allow of the production of special 
evldenoe. so that the deolekQ If not 
Ukely to be ssrifed at fbr soale 
monthB. 

TIMBKR INTERESTS 
It Lt also pGulble that other In- 
terest be,«ildeji thoRp represented by 
(.he fmir power companies which are 
iipplicunta for the water may want 
tu t>e heard. It ta said that some 
'.umber companies with holdlnfa In 
the territory that la affected wUl 
appear and praCest Sfstaet the poe- 
BlbUlty of ilsmmtne w river to the 
detrtneat of the timber that might 
be tU T u lfB d la snch s line of action. 

The companies applying for the 
water for power purposes Include 
the Vancouver Island Power Com- 
pany, a sutaaldSair of the B.C. B3ec- 
trlc Company, which will be repre- 
sented by Mr. A. D. King and pos- 
sibly Mr. H B Robertson. K G. The 
RppliraUon by this company Ix lor 
the acquiring of power there 
for gensral developaeat of indue- 
tn« on the Island and for the eerv- 
ing of oooununltles In the piatter 

nf light and power. 

The Canadian Crown WUlametle 
Cooipany la subsidiary to the Crown 
Willamette Oonipany. an American 
organisation with large Interrsta In 
Brttlah Columbia In tlie line of pulp 
and pni>CT Ind'jitr^ Tlie avowed 
objert nf Ihf rnmpany> nppllrjitlon 
to drvrlnp pr.wf-r frir th' .S'lpply- 
inE of a LirFf pulp «nd paprr mlU 
:n the \irinnj 

ORir.INAI. HOLDERS 
Thf Cftmpbrll River Compfinv \s 
an orjrnntr-fttlon whi<^ haa had con- 
ncrllon with the site of power for 
a loHK time. For yesra it bad the 
(cmnt of the power sad waa eacagsd 
in carrylnff on the tlolatlaD df a 
company to operate a pulp aad 
paper mlH there. Under the ad- 
md^litntlon of Mr. PattuUo its 
rights were ranrvHad and the Crown 
Willamette riven an opportunity tx> ' should 
carry on invent iKnl ions. The Camp- fUghtJi 
bell River Cttmpany, which l" r^p- 
re-wnted by Mr W C. Mo^••.'^t>y 
K£, te reported to have made ax- 
nngemeofes with the Osaadlan 



CmiON IN 
01 0 COUNTRY 

WARMING yP 



Continued from Page I 
Me made u cieai that the main Qght 
uf the ConaervaUve Is agnlnst La- 
bor, and that the Liberal threat is 
M> noinM ntardad as eartondy as the 
p ""tsoelslM threat Vb Mkewlss iadl- 
<-nted that Ooaasrtatlve propaga nd a 
1 not dtreoted aealnet the moderate 
Labor programme now ' before the 
people, but against Socialism, which 
made the general sCrIk* pneelble, 
thus revWlng the aj ttaal f SUlT Is 
not fit to govern. 

He commenced his speech with 
the reminder that thU week-end is 
the third annlverriary or the coun- 
try's deliverance from the general 
strike, which he claimed war. thi- 
logical Issue Of the policy pursued 
for years by Labor leedera. Con- 
traallng the present proframme of 
the Labor partr with tts past 
sebemea, hs lettfinsay ■■nil where 
was the oapttel IsvTpraalss aad (he 
repeal of Mtoss Wbt-Bour Sey 
Act7 * 

The prhne llhiueer dsroted onty 
a email portkm of hh ep eec h to the 
Zolberala. He r efer red to Uoyd 

George's qUKtlon as to vhether he 
(Baldwin' would advise the King to 
send lor Ram-iny MacDonaJd ii the 
SoctalLsla were the leading party, 
and he quoted constltuttonai au- 
thorlti''.i to thf ft^rii that the right 
' of choculQg a Prime Minister la one 
incontestable, appsctslahV to the 
Crown Itself. 

It -la MMnllr billffM tba* Pre- 
mier Bsldwla^ addren ana the first 
blow of s moaater esapsign 
throughout the eountrr to tnia the 

people fro m ---r i n ! i Tm 

BIO BRITISr 
AIRSHIP WILL 
VISIT IMDA 



renttOMd rrses Fage 1 

The R-101 U being constructed at 
the Rofal Ainhip Works, Oardlag- 
ton. while the 11*100 la belnc made 
for the air BtaMrr br the Alnhlp 
Ouaranfcee Coeipany at Bowden, 
York. This company hnid.-! en op- 
tion for the porch* sf or tlile ship 
I h"'.' wl.-sh n T the first 



NANAIMO, May 10 Tlie re- 
cently organixed e^g pool, which 
Includes poultryaaen oo Vanoou- 
ver Island from Donoan north to 
Courtenay, yesterday shipped 
lUi first curload of eggn to 
Montreal PiW slnpment ron- 
alated of 4i*'i <h-.''s thirt\' down 
to the ca.se. and included i66 
caacs of extras; Bl caoej of firsts 
and 33 cases of pullet extras. 

1^ ccff pool for thu end of 
Vaneouver Island haa its head- 
quajiers In Maaslmo, at which 
point eggs eve betas gathered 
from all polnte of the Uaad for 
shipment to outside points. TSs- 
'-nl., initial shipment, is only 
.'iiier ol many which It 
IS tx^,ri.iosi will place Vanoou- 



rtettnsrd frooi ragS 1 

l.idd^. by iiiaiiin*; ta.o 
iiuvenunent alrpUtw.s. 

iTeniler Tolmle further 
with the Ontario Ooeemnen»- the 
extewlaB to that prewtaoe oC the 
markH lor BcttUk OflhsaMa logsa- 
berry prodaOtSb Md snt Wp> te s very 
.^a[isfMtary resuhs. 

ATTBACTINO Ai"IENIIOH 

Brttleb floliimhia Is c wnp e ning a 
great ds*l c< fattareet In the Haat. 
stated (he Preailer. and develop- 
ments hi thb pioriBoe ax? being 
cl<>.sely watehad by repltall i ti 

The United States tariff propoeah. 
he added, are the subject of much 
cM>mment Hi- (tave a/i hla opinion 
that rtiaiMr*'.. proposed by the 

Hoover meaAun- v.(}UlA .serimislv af- 
fect Canadian pr idj -tion and mar 
ket.'- Thl.> fta.-i < ; [ificUlly «0 Ul C*«l- 

I'v. :.->ri v.\\h shingles and cedar 
:j:ub<.i m UiitUih ColtunbU, drcaeed 
iK < f trade In Toronto aad Wfauilpeg. 
dairy products In Quebee and On- 
lano. aad the pork and Uve hog 
produetlao hi the Hast geasraOy. 

"I do not say that we should In- 
crease our tariff simply to effect ie< 
prlaals." he said "But I contend 
that If llio p ili; y of the United 
States will aid tuduj^I-ry and benefit 
that country (,'enenUly, a almlUu' 
policy would do so for Canada. It Is 
time that CutmLt.A wu operated for 
the b«iefib of Canadians." 



JATOSR WOOIWUS AUUKKKV CQATfi 

0 



POWn«AlfD, Ors^ May 11^— ned 
L. Boalt. fortar-flve. for msay years 
editor o( Ths Portland News and 
reoeotly appotatod saartsnt to B. H. 
Oanfleld, gcniffsl maeager of the 
Scrlpps-Oanfleld chain of Paelflc 
Coest oewspupem, died tonight at 
hw hcfiH' from rompUcallona 
brought on by a aevere attack of m- 



Sfndi'uLs Riot When Whole 
Fticulty Is Dismissed and 
University Is Closed Down 




Flanad Trousers 



fm Page 1 laggs. waited outside the eseeutlve 

Ptudenta. led bv Cedrlc Petwicn. ' where Dr. Shield.'; wan quar- 

pa.ssed a rp.*-! liil i, r; cndor'ilim Preei- t^red TTie dismissals, which In- 
dent Wayman TT).' Wsyinan-ShleldR eluded every employee of the unl- 
controverxy, Peter-o:: suid. aturted ■ ^*i'*ily. are elfectlve. June 4. All of 
about a month and a (inir aKo when 'he dismissed persons may file apph- 
Dr Shields asked I^rr id -ni Way- cation lar rc-el»TU or rtv&ppoinl - 



That Are Built for Comfort and 
Hard W«ar 

WHITB 

FLANNELS 
97.50 to $15.00 



ORBV 
FLANNELS 
f5.00 to f 11.50 



An Excellent Selrctinn nf Wide-Bottom 
Trousers W,ith Pleated FreaU 

Blazers 

The New Blazers are here. Plain shades 
or fancy designs. Priced . 

f5.60 to f 15.00 



MSirt Aink BOTr clothes 

mhim Owaraneat St. 

Phoee go* 



RATE CUT AUTHORIZED 

WASHINGTON, May 11.— The In- 

tmtats coaaaessg c o mmium «»- 



day graatsd p s rmll i ii i to rsUroads 
lervlBff lake Ms ports to rsdi|BS 
ratss sa vhssO 1 l-de a inM on 
export Shipment tff AUsttHd p«ta 



man to request the reaiguatlon of 
Dean Bennetts of the OaUsgS ti 
ucation, and others. 

CHARGE MADE 

Wayman, Peterson said, could 
find no reaeon for tbetr dismissal, 
and BO tnformed I>r. Shields. It was 
then. Peterson aald, that Wi^nian's 
poattion was threalsaed. Dr. Pear- 
eon idiarged IiAbb Rebman with 
■ending Canadian students who 
followed Dr. Shields from Toronto 
to Des Moinsa, Mo h)S daseas to 
-Hpy on hiin. 

Thf aiinnunremsnt Of the board's 
action brought forth a student de- 
monstratton for President Wayman 
that was quelled only after poUce 
were summoned. While the demon- 
stration was at Its height more than 
ons hundrsd studsala, aiaisd with 



ment within ten daya of that date. 

Dr. T. T. Shields, president of the 
board of trustees, toolght ordered 
the Uutttuttoo cloeed ladeOaitety 
aad placed it under poUoe proteetion 
after a saob of Rtudente disrupted 
the eloslag se<tsmn of the board. 

The Baptifit Bible Union of North 
.\inerlca, which controls the school, 
wui me«t Tuesday at Buffalo. N.Y.. 
In annual convention. At this meet- 
ing the university's fate probably 
will be deckled. It wee underetood 
tonight Dr. ehlelde and litaa Xeb- 
men are believed to be planning to 
attend. 




Bff eottfs Mar U, tl» sflMnoon 
to VaaooBfir alll laasa Tki- 
(orla at 



Batchelor's Cash 
and Carry 



THREE STOKL5 



Psopla't CMfc 



SaKetaviea ^JDouffim St. PoyolBr__DDaglaa St 

Monday Specials 

10c 



Pearl Naptha 



Lilebiioy Soap. 

3 bars — — 
Nabob T«a. 

Ih, 



MarrnalMa, 4-lb. 

tinv each — — 



Strawberry and 
Apple Jam, tin 

Peaches, 2 ib. tins, 
tin ■ — 

Com Flabo^ 
3 pkts. 



22c 
59c 

39c 
35c 
17c 
25c 



Vsntlls Flavor, 
4-os. bottlca, at.^ 

Sliced Pineapple 

2-lh. iin^, rarh 

Nice Pink Salmon, 
3 tins 

Heinz Tomato 
Soup, per tin 

IPikharda, Ur|re 

! tini, each - 

I 

Xx>bster, small tias, 

saeh — I .1 
Pumpkin, large 

tins, each 



Work and Save 

—the Royal Road to 
Prosperity 

The highway to pros- 
perity is butltupoa thrift 
and aeeority. 82de roads 
and short eats are full 
of daagereus pitfalls 

Dwpoait your savings 
with thia dme-teated 
iasHtaiSaa. 

on 
depoeita. 
WilUihsaiUs 
io alaortiAa. 

a 37 ~ 
^/ tru*te« 
^*Iq debentures 
^r .4t00 and ovar. 

Large, ii imla as eggaD, 
-<ActlOBg aff« 



Huron&Eri« 

r^tmuM caapoNATioN 

liOS GovonuPMnt Stfwt 
K B. 




ONI ' R» U ri.ANXeD 
It it )^ It. : ■ ' air ministry 
iTicani" {•■ Ii.ivc both iihlps mann'-^l 
i.v th'' panii- crew on the long-rt. 
uMi.-r nic:l'<:.'> to Canada and ^yi>'^ 
1 , . ,Ls« both fllghU wUl be 

< Miuniiuidru by Major Q. H. Scott, 
superintendent of airship flytagM 
and a orew of fifty oncers and men 
recruited froai the Xofsl Ah Poroe 
and the sir Battdatry stofl. No pss- 
sengers. it Is s nmyinn si i iflll bs 
Uken on the fllghU to ttks t«e esa« 
tinenta. 

As the R-IOO is fitted with ordln- 
xrv [)etrDl engine's. It was selected 
fnr the flight to America, whereas 
the R-101. equtppe»J with Diesel en- 
gines. Is more nultAd lo the warm 
atmosphere which will be encount- 
ered on lha flUM India 
Bgypt 

Woman Mt utifrr 
May Resign lo 
Go Upon Stage 

UON1X1N. May IT— Mrs. HIHon 
Phlllpamv after serrtng three term* 
In the Bou#e of Commons. 1* con- 
slderlnR resuming her career on the 
Ktage. The former Mabel Rusnell 
tonight said she had been offered a 
pnrt In a new play by John GaU- 
nor^hy ead pNtabty would accept, 
although b« tafeirait in piiUtles is 
too etooat ta psfadt a dsdWaa b»* 
fwa ths gMal dsrMs 

In tsn tfko «oa slUnst two ep- 
pooeati the seat hv hiMNnd had 
l(wt 8ht iMBsd It saothar 
cieeaaa ttid sad scsfai la ifM. 



WnaH*a linl- 
Mni It Bsnetzatesr diaaa 
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Urv W. A. and Lucy Clemens, Alter Carciui 
Analysis. Place Yields From Fraser. Skcena and 
Rivers bilet a$ Approximately Equal to That of 
1925— Skc^ Oatlook Good 

Suggest That No Fish Be 
Taken From Naas in 1933 

8. U Bxtw9, as Commissioner of Flaherle^ for ihe 
ProTince, has just received the repcrt of Dra. W. A. and 
Lucy Clemens on the compoittioD of the aoekeyc runs to 

Provincial waters In 1938 and containing their forecasts as to the 
sockeye run of the approaching season. The report In question la 
the fourteenth annual "Contribution to the Llfe-Hlstory of the 
Sockeye Salmon" of the Province, which has been Issued by the 
Fisheries Department sincf 1913. It w a digest showing the age- 
groups, seat, length and weights of the runs, determined by ac&le 
reeding, of eeeb of the prtadptl nhDOn streuna, with a general 
review of cnnxllUoiu a.nd of eaob of Ineept at Rlrera Inlet, and state 
tiie year a catches The report win [that "when atudy ol re preaentatlTe 
be printed in full in the 1938 report sftmpUng of rum. examination of 



of the Fisheries Department, wmch 
wUI oome from the press shortly. 

In dealins wlUi tbe aookeys salm- 
on runs ol UM Dn. Oleouns call 
ftttotlaa to tbs tact that the oatebes 
{ram the mns lo the four main 
ar e aa tbs Tmm, Bkeena. Mass and 
mvTs mis t we r e below expeetaner 

Veotlve Hay ta. the aftenwan 
boat to Vaneoufsr witt Isave Vla- 
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pack statistics and perusal of re- 
ports from sjiuwHing beds have been 
made and clear mdicatlon of steady 
decline In anN lycle. coupled with 
poor eacH>emenu> lo spawomg areas 
are found, a U obrloui that tbs 
amount of the catcbas should ba re- 
duced so that greater escapaments 
may be Insured. With the socumu- 
laden of knowled g e covering the 
oydSB of tbe runs, it would seem 
that the tboe bad ant?ed when a 




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catch for eadi river gjvUm mllht 
He nssve- 

Tbe featurv of Di» Clemens' pr«- 
eiit paper which to of tbe most iir.- 
medul* int^re-M to tiic flabetmfn 
and cannrj^ is the foriva.st of tbe 
aockeye rum for tbis year. 

FKABUt M4T aqOAL IM2 

In dealing with the Fraaer River, 
khey aute Uiat . "The socaeye run 
to the FT»aer In 1829 m\\ br dcrivrd 
from the spawning bed - "f ^ 
ThU U the cycle of Uie uin nm^ blk: 
wat: and U»ere la a rea.Mjnabie fX 
I.rriatinn of thf njn of IB-D bi-iiif 
«i ■ .'qual tJ> tha- oI 1926 TliLi 
njiiiiuoUJii appears jiuUlied (rojn 
the rfport on the spawning beds lo 
1825 which staled: 'A wmmary ot 
obaervatloaa on apevnlng eoodMloni 
la the Fraaer Rim bactn ttth .sea- 
aoo wamntf Uie eotwhiainn that 
Ihe eieepement of MMkeye was 
somewhat rreaier tbao In any year 
ilsKe 1913. However. UM numbar of 
aockeye that reached and apawned 
In all sections was not sufficiently 
great lo produce much, if any, In- 
crease In the run four years hence ' 

Of thU year's sockeye run lo Riv- 
ers Inlet, which consist m v^iiy- 
lag prtHXntlou of four-year and 
five-year old flah tbe report stales 
""me ran of 1*29 will 4)e Uie product 
of tthe spawnlDis <tf U» yeara 1934 
and uas. in isa*, asconUng to the 
report from the ^lawnlne beds, 
there was an uroiaaaUy larfe escape- 
ment and the aampUngs In tliet year 
sbowed that the five-year-old fish 
inade up 56 per cent of thr nin 
The pack coiuisled of \H.H'Jl r.vsc.s, 

Tlie report from Uir- .[]jv,:iiiin 
beds In 1025 indicated ;ui rx. filf-ni 
estapement , but, in t ti.»: ve.ir 77 
per '-cnr o[ ih*- nm mii.-.L^'Pci i .1 
in e- year ■•Ad f L-.1! ajid i" n"' ex- 
pected ihM Ihe progi :iv i ' ■ fi ,! 
will appear until 1930. The !uur- 
year-old fhh fanned » per oeoi al 
the run wbl^ pndueed the large 
pack of 192,331 csaas. There may, 
therefore be a return of a fair num- 
ber of four-year-old fish In 1939 
Taking these things into considera- 
tion and alio the fact that the 
year 1929 bilo:igs to 'he five-year 
cycle of I»09-lBI4-l919-iy:4. there 
would seem to a reasonable ex- 
pectancy of a run which may pro- 
duce a pack o( beMveeB MMO and 
95,000 cases.** 

SKEENA OUTLOOK GOOD 

Referring to the run of sockeye 
to the Skeena this year, Dxs. Olem- 

ens state: 

"'ITic run of 1929 wUl be denved 
from the seedlngs of 1924 and 1925. 
In 1924 Ihe pack cotulsied of 146.- 
747 cases, and the samplings of 
fish taken In that year showed that 
the flve-year-old ftsh made up 75 
per cent of the run. The reports 
from the spawmg tied inspections at 
both Laktfse and Balilne lakes 
stated that laife nnmbeie of 
sockeye reached Uie atreams, and in 
general th(> nms were exoepUonally 
good. The proqk«:t of 4 large re- 
turn of flve-year-old fish In 1939 
should therefore be gocxl 

"In 192S the pack amounted to 
77.7M cases and the run wa.s ninde 
up of 63 per cent of ffir vr.,r-oid 
fish. The spawning bfM wrr«> re- 
porT^^tl as h;t'. iHk' I"'-Ti vfrv well 
seeded. In view of li-.cv.' facts It 
would seem that a lar^e run. possi- 
bly producing a pack in the nelgh- 
bothood ol 140^ MiM. nay be 
expected." 

OUTLOOK f*OOR FOR NASS 
Drs. Clemens make no forfca;;! 
for t-he erratic Na&s Rlvpr rh*'\ 
call attention to the (act that thr 
UM pack of eockaye waa tlie naii- 
eat on record— only B,B40 cmses and 
atate that: "Altboueh the certainty 
of aa onmlstakahle deellne in the 
ran a< aockeye to the Ns« has im- 
peesied itself during the past few 
years, up to the presoit time it has 
not been necessary to face the pos- 
albUlty of complete failure In the 
near future While predlcUoos and 
expertanry In the Nasa run are In 
genrrai unreliable, one cannot con- 
ceive of any condition irtllOh OOUld 
produce HI i933 anyLhlag bet an ex- 
ceedingly small run. 

"Unless the taking of sockeye in 
tbe Nais River Is prohibited in Lh'> 
year 1M3, we can look for nothing 
but oompiete annlhllauoo of the 
run which ooeura in the thre-year 
cycle. 193S-193S-1933-im.'* 

The full text of Drs. Clemens' 
paper will appear tn the Provincial 
FUhertas Report which vUl shortly 
batMMd. 




BmriSH RADICALS 
iSSVE MANIFESTO 

LOMttON. Msy 1 1 Tnr Com- 
munist party issued Its manifasto 
lajit night, and It had the lliHiei Of 
oonclseneits and brevity. 

"A revolijtlonsry workers" Ocreem- 
ment In Britain would natlonallae 
land. mine*, rallwaya. large fac- 
tories, shipyards, banks and foreign 
trade, aad would grant oonqiMe la- 
dopendenoe to the colonies^** it 
sweeptngly asserts. 

"It would establish Brttam as a 
workers* Soviet republic." It con- 
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Ftedertdc Pahner waa arraigned 

In tbe city police court yesterday, 
before Magistrate George Jay, to 
face a charge of supplying liquor to 
a minor on May 10. The accused 
pleaded g^illty and was fined $300. 
Mr. Claude U HaniiKjn. city prose- 
cuTor. related the clrcunuuncea of 
the cft.se to the court 

TTiirty-^evrn Chinese were 
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the accused. The Chlneae were 
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Thff case nf J c Kellow. charged 
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One reuon why Oermany his reftttad ttie 
latest proposal for the spttlenirnt. of her reptt^ 
Uons problem 1b advanced by ' AuFoif," wiittnir tn 
Tfie FortnJghtlr Vevlew. He points out thiit itu- 
Inner ctlaU of tbe republic In Omnany is not 
■okrcd 7et> or, In otlMr vocdik Chat the republic 
has Dofc mnqmir Ba QanoMBj, Thm an fovon 
wlChta tbftt eosntry rawly to attaele on* aaotber 
and dr>rinlte trends of public opinion ansloaft to 
upift 'he pxl.stInK Government- These forces are 
being held !n ch'-ck by thr fear of provoking 
external compUcattuns. Tlie powers that be Ui 
Oermany hare realized that any final settlement 
of wparattoM wlMoh woold impose a hean 
bofden on tbe aonramnt of the Belch might 
conceivably rive hope to the forees of revokatkm, 
because It would stimulate a movem^t towards 
the centrallaatlon of the state. Oemany, In other 
words, Is on the homa of a dilemma. On the one 
aide there are possibilities of Internal distraction; 
on the other, the alternative of external compu- 
eatknuL Tbe latter, for the- momsnt, from the 
standpoint of tbe Ooremmenfe fli Khe BelQh. U 
the less dangerous of the two. 

THE COSMIC CLOUD 



Profeseor A. 8. IMrttrnton to a lecture In wOch 
he pays tribute to Dr. J. B. PbMkelt'a ■ ■ tf o tfiy - 

ical dliicoverles from uttle Saanlch ObMrratory 
has been dealing with what lies In space far be- 
yond the tenuous shell bounded by the Heavtslde 
layer. In which wireless waves circulate the (lobe. 
He Bummarlaes the latest f hidings In that wider 
region which Uee beyond the apace to be covered 
were It possible to send a message to Man. The 
ret^loti h'' dp.Hcribea Dr. Eddlngton shows Is to- 
conretvabiy vxst. but. aa he Is a convert to the 
Einstein theory, he does not believe It Is tnflnlte. 
Astronomers nowadays are of opinion that all tbe 
known matter of the universe ron.slsts of e lM ie n ts 
jwhlch can be studied In laboratories. 

Interstellar space, according to the discovery 
made by nr. Plaskett, conaUits of a tenuous cloud 
of matter which Ls at rej5t The cosmic cloud Is 
rarUled and presents no real obstacle or friction, 
so far as Is known, to the way of the stars. Dr. 
Sddlngton's ssplanatlon of this dond Is that It 
Is of the order that would be found If a tingle 
puff of smoke from a pipe were expanded to fill 
a cube ten miles m lengtli. breadth and height. 
Hitherto the conception of such space l.a.s been 
one of Intense cold. Dr Eddinnlon says the rosmic 
cloud Is hot. and kept at a high temperature by 
the colllsiona of Its own particles. The elements 
already detected to th« eloDd are caletum and 
sodium. 

Through the rosmlr rlond ll^thi sets out from 
a distant star traveluiK At 186,000 miles every 
second. There are sparsely strewn atoms in and 
around Ite track. Occasionally there are depreda- 
tions made to that light by a calcium or sodium 
atom, and It reaches the vlslblUty of human be- 
ings on this earth depleted to those oonatttOttite 
which th'' at.<-<mA have appn^rlated. The heaviest 
handlrap which the astronomer faces Is **tbmt aU 
cele.*-tul epectra are cut off abruptly at wave- 
length 3,000— ft point at which, the laboratory 
physicist would say, spectra axe Just beglniung 
to be really totonsUng and InformaUve." The 
mischief Is done by a layer of oeone to the upper 
regions of our atmosphere. Hie sUnUe used by Dr. 
Eddington Is that "we are In the position of a 
listener trying tn follow a piece of niu»ir witJi 
a loudspeaker that could sound only the ba.'j.<; 
notes; we lose |lU the treble notes in the sonK of 
the stellar atcuaa. Sodium and calcium have deep 
chesty voices and make themeeetvee heard." 

Dr EddtogtoB says that one proof of the 
density of the cosmic cloud rests on Einstein's 
theory. For material of any given density there 
Is a limit to the slse of glc^ that can be made 
of It. The example he quotes Is, that it ts quite 
Impossible to have a globe of water more than 
400.000.000 mllas tn diameter, ■tnsteto's law of 
grnvltallon claims that mattf . causes a curvature 
of the spnce that It occupir'; The Rrcument Is 
that If you try to put togethi r u«< nnirh matter 
In one lump, space curves round so much that it 
closes up. Dr. Bddtogton's summing up Is that all 
space Is wlthto a mhere; what Is oatildc Is "no- 
where." and that It Is no use trytog to picture It, 
as minds are not sufficiently elastic. The cosmic 
cax Is of such low density that it can build a 
plnbc at least large enough to contain the whole 
stellar system "through which It. Is supposed to 
ext«nd. Dr Eddlngton's estimate Is that the tetal 
naH of the eosmle cloud Is about half the maai 
of the Stan. 0«t of aD maUer of which there U 
any kaowladge about two-thirds has condensed 
to form Btara. and one-third is left uncondenaed 
and aiftiWrt through space. 



ON Momio mrmiOM 



The world owes something to those who mix 
fh^ netaphors in an amusing way and is rr^ady 
usually to acknowledge t.he d^bt. with grateful 
applause. One Is apt to su.spert that fwjme at ipii.«t 
Of the most Justly celebrated examplee of mixed 
metopbor were due to deliberation and manage- 
ment on the part of the atur. Oaa It be postfble 
that the perfervid tem p e ian ee orator was la real 
earnest when he uttered the words foUoirtng? 
■The demon of Intemperance." he declared, "has 
Inundated our fair land end blackened the coun- 
tryside with hts ronsummg fire and bent his 
Tlotlms to his cruel will. Let us bring the viper to 
his fcnsM uad bury him a thmisand f atbons 
deep to tt* pit 1M haa dlRM tor oUkeM.'* 

It Is irr'l'T***'^ said that language grows out 
of thoughts that thcnght is clothed to language, 
that language is the vehicle of thought These 
and similar attempu to set fortli the relation 
between thought and language serve at least to 
show that Ihla relation is an totlmate one. and 
aoi easy to dsAM. A genial «c«1ertUBttg once said 
10 % iinniilMi MB: 'It ii ipegk Mnforttoc to 



find a bit of a purist like yourself trtpplag ' 

was not trtpptng In the r^t-us*- snt^'nded to "Come 
and trip It as you go. >ui ti.-- huht fantastic toe,'* 
111" Hi Lhe aense of a shur'. jMurnry lii ttif ■'Trip 

to the Hebrides," but tn the seiiM- "l siunibhnK 

aakttiv a Hkm step, no dout^t tr i^n uthiete 
oroTSOamvepedeMlan oanerr to this way we 
are taktog no great liberty with lan gu a ge irtien 

we Uken walking m running to writing and a 
physical mlastt-p a wronK ctiolce of words. We 
iiMV go further If one writer may •^luiuhl' or 
trip." ao may another, so indeed may rl.».'^.'>»-.s 
of wrttKts. toclttdtog even the puriM him.-^' it nud 
that a^^rpe deeoHbed by a.pleajung synecdoche 
as a *n>it of a purist.** 

Mow, ih»M.- is nothing blamewnthy In being a 
purist. The punsl, like the liorit-iit merchant, be- 
lieves to using iioncii money Words are a kind 
of p^ier currency. They stand, or at worst pre- 
tood to stand, for honest thought, just as a paper 
dollar sunds for gold, stored sp somewhere. The 
honest merchant may upon oeeaslon take over 
hi.\ fiuiii^-i .» .■■iririi^Li., coin or note and. falUng 
to detect ii.. rn.iv il on at Ite face value. 

Everyone agre. i>. iiitnu . ilo.sirabJe that the 
Intellectual and moral a.s w-il as the monetary 
currency shall preserve n r<>asooably accurato 
relation to what It stands for, 

Nevertht le.ss. by a poetic licence to which a 
sound iiviii. justly enLltled xs anyone else, 

one wlio mixes his metapliors may t.iir:y be com- 
pared (at once and In the same bre;ith' to 
athleto taktog a false st^ and a purist forgetting 
for ttMBODMnt bis dirty as a detector fo spurious 
moral and totellectual curreiwy. to potot of fact, 
If literary athletes stumble, and Uterary hankers 
handle doubtful paper why may not the purlst 
trip and the atiilpt^' i-c debased currency. We 
all Uva to glass hou.scs ih>'.se days. 

A questton of tolmt to toe majority of men 
raised by a new^aper eorrei^ondent U toe right 
time to strop a raior. Instruetlons Issued In con- 
nection with raiW)r strops Ls that the razor should 
be stropped after use. on the other hand a bar- 
ber invariably strops a razt-r immodi.iU ly before 
ustog It. tt IS an Issue between the pre-raaal and 
the ptft-raaal sdioaiB. the makers of rasora 
and raaor strops ought to know what Is right, 
but then so should the professors o'^* jof 
shavtog. The amateur irtS* itftotaa hlwmlf 1» left 
plunged to mystery. 

BbOaad to be about the healthiest 
country to Burtipe If death rtatteUca are sny cri- 
terion at lea-si the expecUtlon of life toere Is 
bcUer than in any other country- The deaths 
yearly per thousand are 9 0B In Norway the 
rt^oi. per thousand are 10 6, in Denmark il.l; 
Oermany llA; 5nglnnd ii 6. Switzerland 117. 
Sweden 11 J: Bcotlaad IS; Belgium i?-3; f^**^"^ 
13.4; Ireland ICS; Austrto IW; lt»ly and 
mnoe 

When the 1 m Alone ra.s/* coiqM brforc an 
artotratkm board one fact which should sUnd 
Btrongly to favor of the rontention-s advanced by 
Canada la that while the crew was taken to New 
Orleans and proceedtoga taltlated these were dis- 
eontte""* to fact, the charges were withdrawn 
U the tintted SUteo thought it had a ease it 
would hardly have adopted this course. 



TkmWmaOmr 



lieteonloglal OCfles. Vlelafla. nXS^ at I pjo. Ma; 
11, IMB. ^ , 

Rain Mm Max. 

Viotoela — 

Vancouver ■ — 

Kamloops — — — — ■ ■ — - 

Barkervillc — — —- -" 

Bttevan Vaini - — 

Prince Rupert - — 

Atlm - 

Dawson **— '* 

BeBl.tlf — 

Ban Pranclsoo — ~ — — 

Um Angelet — — -- 

pTOtlcten " 

Vemoo 

Grand Perto 

Nelson 

Kaslo ■ . 
Cranbrook . 

Calgary ...^ 
Edmonton - - 
Swift Curr^-n 
Prmce AHwrt 
Qu'AppeUe . 




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rORE5CA3TP 

Vlct«rta and Vicinity Modernte in fn 
WMi winds, partly cloudy and warm 

Vancouver and Vicinity - Ughi to moderate winds, 
paitly doudy and warm. 

SATURDAY 

Msximma JJ 

Mmlmum - * 

Aver«c - - ?• 

Minimum on trrv-s 

nnitht ffunahine. 13 hours. 43 BUutea. 

General state of weaUjer, dasr. 

S PJM. WBATBEB BEPORTg 

Vlotoria nananmrr, 10.13: ealm; dear, 
VaaMuva^-BareoMlsr. 3lU0i wind. N.W^ 4 aUles; 
olsaf. 

■saikwiiM nsiounisTi SMt; wind. N.W- 4 mOss: 
fair. 

BarkervlUe— Barom^i.^ r .nooB, --Mlm; cloudy. 
Prince Ruperts- Baronirt.or. :10.12. wind, S.W.. 4 
mUes: cloudy 

bUvan Polnl- Barom«'l.er. 30 18; wind. R.W,. 4 

miles; 1ors> 

T»i>xwh Rammrter, 30 14; wind. W.. 4 mlleii; logay. 
Portland Ftiirnmrier. .10.02; wind. N.. 4 milea; lair, 
Seatilf— Barometer. 30.10; Wind. N.. 4 oUIea; clear. 
Ban FYandwD— Psi isiislsr. 30M; wlpd^ 30 
nulBs; clear. 



Wbera may we aee. a Mile lo kind sad tender; 

Or bear a vote*, that tails m Hft and nreet; 
Or m wlio tllla, our uvea wiUi rayi ol splendor; 

Whsn nay «s fhid. a love so aU compieteT 
Always sfae waits, for each atray Oiougbt we aeod her. 

And to tasr prmyers. wmild ruide our tniant feet. 

Once riw young. *iid neaUi her ulkcn tnmu, 
Khooe a (air brow, above the anccl eyn. 

Aiiti ihoufb ions yeani go put., hn aoft carcAm 
(Mine round our heart, and Mc new hope ariae. 

Could we but MMuad ber MUfa most deep receeaea, 
Then we wMiId senae, tbe OMkome of the aklM. 

When the vrand structure crumble* whlrh (luhtou. 
And frtrnds depart, and we are all alon* 

Hwte U but oni*. whoac flmtte of sweet roinp-wv^lcm. 
UfhU thr flurk void, where oncp tnit (liory shooe. 

Feeble and old. ahe aharva her dwindling raUoo. 
When all tbe vofM would essfi to ua a 

Vtotoda. May II. iMi. 



—Maty J. Baimo. 



A tOgTAL mriBANCt 



the ^a"*' — pottoflVo^ ts tuu bordenlng its letter 
earrlcn and cluMetlng up the mail boocea oC hooH- 
holden with advertlatng circulars toal are Mttoer 
addrcMod nor stamped The p rae tt ee tavolvea rWi of 

Ion to important prlvair lc(t*T«, tt l.^ a nutaanfw to 
rectplrnte. and by kI'-Ihk hnn -mrrirM lh«t rrKiulrrs'. no 
Intelllcenn it degmdfNi ijir postman Arhou«h num- 
erofu •tMnplalntit have rotn*' trr^n ntny w.Mir(y« thr 
poatoOlce haa not only continued but colaccm the 




Whatever we miiy tlittik about the 
IKiiltlca] and kciutaI principle i Of 
Rt Hon I'livid Lloyd George, the 
leader ot inv L.tt>eral purt) v» en- 
dowed wlUi • very nimble iongu(^ 
and an egreedtntfy pgeKy wil in- 
deed, tbsn. all is M« iMtti tbai pro. 
ceed« from the raontb of Mr. 
George. Condder referenoei In 
a recent apeecn to U»e iJn^L-cdiiifc:; 
of the grand councils of the naUom 
at Geneva. Tliere are not many 
leaden in the pubUo Ule o< Oreat 
BrltflR or any cttwr oouofery who 
would have had tbe aoAaiatevMk 
M Mr. Oeorge spoke of Oie crave 
comedlea or the Nrrious famut beln| 
played in a babel qI longuu on the 
sieiei or the inismaltmisl ylsy- 

hou.T .\' '"".t npva. 

• • • 

When Us. o. B, Shaw «ld. after 
paytat a vMt to the beadquarters 
of the tMfoa of Mattou and Ustsn- 
ing f or a time to tbe debafeas aad 

the intrn>rrM-i I... of the debates 

by thr inleriircUTT.. that the 
League was a Joke, no one paid 
much ittentloUi bocays* the clever 
Irish piaywrtghl appaan to bsUeve 
that no good can ooom out of any* 
thing with the e awptt on of Mr. 

-v^iio (if nurse I* a person 
m.nii tiQt a ihins But idi- Oeorgc 
is quite a diflereut person from Ur. 
Shaw. He la a man of posiUon 
and has playad a lane pert in thf 
afTalrs of natlom. Thentate, wbsn 
Mr. Oeorge eayi that the paeto aad 
the conventiona adopted at Geneva 
ure of no more value than ihc paper 
i;[jon wiiirh liiey are inscribed, he 
probably knowa what he U talking 
about 

« • • 
At the same tbne it nay be that 
Mr. Oeocte lidlnileB tbe tir oo e ie in 
by which tbe Lsscue of Kalians 
hopes to ertsWIsb psrpetaal peaoe 
in the worM be ce esa he has a pet 
iirheme ot hts own by which he 
hopes the wounds of the nations 
may be more effectively healed. Mr. 
Oeorge declares aU the resolutions 
which have been psssed and the 
pacu and conventions which have 
been adopted should be forgotten 
or torn up and the dnned natton.H 
proceed to disarm— for it is nations 
in arma that laiaaoe the peace of 
the world. 

• • • 

But If the aatloos wn to adopt 
resolutions Hemsnrthn dlmrmaaunt 
and adopt pact* or conventions 
calling for dlnrmament, would 
there be a general ad(H>tion of the 
provisions of the resoluUoos or ae- 
ceplanee of the pmlrians of the 
conventioai? Paartng of laws wUl 
not assure maintenance of law and 
order, as we know in this country 
and they should know from the 
fruite of experience In anotber coun- 
try. There must be an effective 
ftarce behind the law to inilst upon 
the law's observance, or that law 
may become as farcical as the pro- 
ceedings of tbe LssfUB of NatloDs 
are said to be. 

• • ■ 

Mr. Oeorge la so eloquent and so 
exuberant that we fear hli state- 
ments are not always well-consid- 
ered. Wo hardly think it can be 
possible tbat the rtsndlng armies of 
the natloni are larger today than 
they ever were In the history of the 
world. Bui tf thf stAtemrnt is cor- 
rect, dUboodment of the inn lee and 
disarmament of the natkma would 
not be an effective pnventtve of war 
If there ataould be an outbreak of 
war fever, ArrrK'-i ran be qiilrlily 
organiied in these dayn and arms 
can be manufactured at a prodigious 
rate in this mechanical ace. The 
big guns of Oemany may be qdked. 
but the big gun faeterles la Oer- 
many havr not been des tr o y ed and 
nrr 'i.;; f|iiipr>"l with machinery 
that could be speedily used in pro- 
dudng artillery aad rifloi. ihere 
are Inunenie etores of guns of aQ 
kinds always In stock m the Unlt«d 
Stales, and ibey an fbr sala If tbe 
be free 



There Is only one sure way of 
preventing war. That way Is tbe 
aUnpleat and eaJtlest o(*>all r«nrtMe 
ways Let the reprewntatlvee of 
the natioon rease thinking and talk- 
ing about war, and there certainly 
Tin bo far less dangv ot war. Vbr 
it aeeais to us that every time the 
represenutlves ot the naUons begin 
!() talk aboitl mstter.^ prrtalnlnR to 
the late war. Immediately ihey open 
their mouths they say seosthlng 
of a provocative nature. 

• • • 

Ihs qusstlon that Is causing aU 
the Intemattonal dlsoord al the 
prevnt tlinr I.1 the tiiiMllon of re- 
parations. As might have been ex- 
pected, when Oermany was asbsd 
If she oould afford to pay so Baeb. 
Oermany hnmedtatehr saM she 

could cot afford t/> pay half so murh. 
The Unli^ siat^ iiaji been asked 
In ill Mill. r*"' I wrn\ 1* fihe would be 
willing i*> nbate her *^'*^f| de- 
mands, and the Dhllei atates t»a 
mtlmated in a direct war thnt uot 
one Jot or Uttle of ber demands .-.hall 
be abated. Germany should not 
have been vseeUoned at all; she 
should bavc been told vbat she Dwt 
do. Tbe United Btat« Should net 
have been questioned at aU; she bad 
slated her termn. which hud been 
accepted and were bring met. 

• a • 

The prospecu of andunog peace 
were fair until the repreaenuuves 
ot tbe aattane bsfui tslUai abevt 
the aoain ad Mr nsitfibiin m- 
St ■tirthiff sMsUy t» tM 



To My Aged Mother 



DUDl£Y a ANE>£RaON 



Ues Ae lUe rase thst fair and Icai 

The ,^X^s(Br tfSl wMwttn dt, 
Tln^ wrinkled brow »ho>w> »wBct and pale; 

TKiae wups ■ ! Lii .(I'J hands. 
Like tfaooi-ed stenu. tix bummer peat, 
Tndbk as b ^ AutasH*s Uait. 

Fsin w«ul^ I weave the Suausr dqri 

About Uiy form again. 
Bring back (he warm uin'a golden rays 

And Junr's refrcahiog rsio. 
60 thou. My Rose, aboold'at bloom m pnms« 
Not fcwnir &s cUt «C Wblsr 



Yet kindly dodi tlw 

Life's petals 00 tlie now. 

He wtio no bruia^d reed will break. 
He hath ordsmed il so. 

That m Hu garden by HU grace 

Mf Rose Bay iad m ssMiarwaB* 

(AO RigkA RtMnni) 



own bnslnisi Now the nnrwWiinni 

appear to be more oompUcated than 
ever The conditions are so com- 
plicated thsi one aothofity declares 
they can never be slmplWed exo^t 
fay aolloB ol the UhM States. 
The nggested act of pacification 
wUl never be an act of the United 
States, for the traditional policy of 
the United Btatea Is to stand aloof 
fnm the tao^ed affahe ef lurepe. 



Love and Industry 



By ETHEL SBmOlTB 

Love and Industry, the two great 
controlling powers of Utc. in our 
twentieth century separated ratiier 
than united, would. If combined 
make every life worth llviii«. rvcry 
undertaking a success. 

A little Riri. Mary Ann Evans, 
opened her f\(r. une dark NoVem- 
ber morning, at the early hour ol 
'■>. nt ArtRiry Farm, Ohilvers Ooton. 
Warwickshire, when Oeorge m was 
King. 

Her faEher. grsy-halred wlieo 
h-- hn'.c Eirl was bom. had by in- 
dusixy. predsloo and obeervatloo, 
raised himssU trosn the status of 
an artisan to the position of a 
highly valued and nniHmally oom- 
petent land agent. 

Bv mother, of study British 
yeoman stock, was a sseood wtfe; 
active, hard-worklnc; 1A0 bad le- 
oeived a better irhnlasMr ednoatlan 
than ber hiishand 

Before Ibry Ann bad come other 
children ; a hatf-ri8ter» and a braUier 
whom she adored. Vban were none 
ol the modem excitements of tod^. 
Nor wa« It a very prat^ part of 
England in which the IllUe gtrl 
viSLf. biini. and In whlch for iwen^- 
one years .the lived; hedges and 
tleld.1, a brown canal for water; but 
beautUui trees, an English garden, 
a pood, and lUh In the canal. A 
household well ordered by her 
mother, and soUdly comfortable; 
good service Indoors and out. 
A LOVER OF BOOKS 

From earlieai childhood RobPrt 
Evans' "little wench ' loved tjoolu, 
loved them so much that fncndft 
would give them to her instead of 
playthluga, and having few she 
read thsco many times. But 
"Waveriey" was lent to hv half- 
sister and fvtumsd befon Mary 
Ann had time to flnMi It. So be- 
loved had It become that she began 
to write u out for herself as far 
as she had read llr— tnily a lest 
ol indusHy for a Shlld of fight years 
old! 

When aiwut nine siie was sent 
null hrr lnilf-Mitter to a boardms 
■chooi. * I iTT rfm*iri*-d until 

she w»A ttiiri^'fii Hrr indu.itry, 
abUlty and ' leiKlv hard work gav 
bST DMSlery uf her gubjecis, and 
love attached har stroogly to her 
schoolmistress, fihe was the young- 
est pupil, shy and senslUve, proud 
and reserved, not a child to push 
herself to I he front, thr ring round 
the schoolroom flrp wii." formed of 
the older girls whn did not realise 
the suffering of tiicir little school - 
mate, unable tn olitmin .<iifncirnt 
warmth, and. rhap.^ from itu^ 

caiine al»o. terror assailed hrr at 
night Four ye«r^ nf this nfT^-rtf-d 
her ncrvr.s and Iwr Rrnrral tit^llh 
for life 

At thirteen, she vent to an ex- 
oeUent school at Coventry, tmder 
a remarfcaMy able nU S tres a . whose 
devoted admirer sbe becaoie, adopt- 
ing with intense eagerness and con- 
ber principal. Immeasurably su- 
pertor to her schoolfellows, xhe be- 
came the delight ol her tcacbera. 
and a leader amongat the girls. She 
received a wund EhgUsh education, 
and from a<mmpllshrd infl-Ht»'r* a 
t horoux h K now ledg e <"i ; Ye orJi, 
German nnfl niu.=.U 

She wa!t. at thirtrm. a rreaturr 
full of eager. j>aA.slonare longtmc \iv 
all that was beauUful and glad, 
thirsty for knowtodge; yeaning for 
aooselhUig that would link taietbsr 
the wonderful lai^fesrians ttf this 
mysterious life and give her aanl a 
borne tn it." 

That was her osed. the ebselaU 
need of lovr 

fax her fmliT she had immense 
respect and admiration . was de- 
voted til her mother; adored her 
brother, but her kiiiI wbj homplnm 
aiiottonal. int^-nv. rapable of keen- 
eat sufTrrinn and keen-**! Joy, sli^ 
yet ' ri,ii,*-ntly fxriiixlve 

UF.R isT»,i.i.*:<Ti Al- i-jr>; 

At hfr nu'll'T^ death, despair 
overwbrlmcil tlw- dawchter nf stx- 
'.*^n lifTi y^r li^r halt -slider 
married, and Mary Ann. wfaoes 
eohOld day« were ended, became sole 
housekeeper, ber dean* for perfec- 
tion oauAag bcr ko eaosl in aU sbe 
did. aiw added wofks ol efaarlty 
to housebasplng, while stIU punn- 
ing her latelleetaal Ule: nofitfaiiihig 
with "pssriflciale naUtfS" and lun- 
gry mteueet" to atudy Oeraasn. 
Italian and music under good 
mastem But her longing tor ookd- 
panlonxhip was not assuaged. She 
wrote year* after 

"You may try. but you can never 
mmtm vhai n M i* tmn a 



force of gentUB tn you. and yet to 
suffer the slavery of being a glrL"— 
tDanlel Deronda). 

At eiiihtern, with her brother, 
she niMde hrr first visit to London, 
and wiih ciuxactcrtstic thorough- 
ness "worked hard at seeing sigbtK, " 
eschewing all which could be re- 
garded ft.-^ worldly ple&surr 

At runettTn tu-r brain wa.-^ tilled 
with Shakespeare, c'l.'Hpec W^)^d.'> 
worth, Milton. Addison. Uux:on. 
Latin. French, Oerman, Italian; 
music, geometry, entomology, chem- 
istry: newspaper toples and "at^ 
solute despair of ever being able to 
achieve anything." Ambitious, in- 
tro^wctlve. pesshnlsttc. she stiffered 
even Ihe-n from headacbes. 

Ber father tn IS41. moved Close 
to Coventr> There she met In- 
teresting people, who Unpreaaad her 
(iPT Rreatiy: .she look up literary 
wurJt. tr.in.sl8ttn(t witli Rrral .luooaea 
from Oerman mto Engii5li Strauss' 
"Leben Jesu." 

Then came her father's lai« lU- 
neas aad death, with ibniiiaslisi Mid 
hopelsssaesi for hsrsetf. Blv, 
Coventor Mends took ber abroad. 
She spent the wtuAe Wtailcr In 
Geneva with the Conservateur ' 01 
the Atnenee and n**Jl|fi>f d'AOMTt, 
happy and fully fffrnpls'l tnoslat- 
ing - Spinosa" from XiMn Into Kig- 
lish. 

On hrr return lo EnsUuid for -h' 
next twi.i vi^rr MJS.S fc,%Mn.«; wntte 
review; (ind arr n-U's. beioming in 
IflSl aAsif'liiDi ediior at Ttip We.st- 
minster Review She wmt now liv- 
ing in London and met Herbert 
Spencer, who brought her uf e -. 
happineaa. Introducing to her that 
year Oeona Bsmy Lewis, a man 
of sotdsl charm, dtamatto faeulty. 
extnordlnaiy vertatttUy, and said 
to be tbe ugliest man te Londca. 
At tint she disliked him. even to 
vituperation 

By May. 1854, ML-ss E\'ttn.'i. now In 
her ihlrty-flfUi year. wa<i again a 
prey 1^ "despBlr of ever achieving 
anytliInK worth doing. " 

But by the end of July her life 
had clianHed. U)t on the twentieth 
of thttt month lx-"«n Iit iminn with 
Oeorge 1-* A i .1 ^ ■ -.i! union 

sprang «lawi> but .surely 1 ao&r nol4?d 
worfca which btoi)|ht hsr (ams and 
fortune.' 

MTFKARy ArilirVEMENTS 
Lltlle by llltlf her hu-^band's con- 
vicUon grew tiiai "Marian" pos- 
ieaaed dramaUc power. Encouraged 
by hbn. sbe wrele those ahort 
stortes knowa lo the world as 
"Olerleal Bosnes." by Oeorge Ehot. 
published by Blsdnrood. who had 
no idea they were written by a 
woman. 

Then came her flrst three-volume 
novti, "Adam Bede,** seven editions 

In nine months for which she re- 
ceived Vimo tioiooi; --rhe Uill 
of t he V\r.st •■ well over 0,000: 
"Rnmnla, fnr which £10.000 Was Of- 
fcrril I an rnornious sum at that 
i.imei but refusing lo hurry it. she 
wa5 [tftid noon. -Pelljt Holt. M.OOO; 
' Daniri Derwida." "Middlemarch" 
and others, altogether UOOOn *r> 
140,000 must have been paid tu her 
for books, and their tranilntionji 
Into many languages. 

Industry she had possesRed for 
many yean, untmag laduatry: but 
that was not soough. it needed 
love— the gist, tbe eon. the pitta af 
life— to make ber what she bseame. 
the most widely known nOreUai of 
hrr day upon the exeellence of 
whose work the most famous men 
set their seal of approbation. 

MOTBBB DBAS 

Td her, whose name we most rewib 
Our hearts go hondag, Metbevli 

dav~ 

That Kweete^t day In all the year. 

Compounded in thr month ot May 

The m onth of mUvLrel^y and mirth. 

Of dewy meeu, of myfXtrXrs. 
Of niwUlag btXdS, of SprUig's rebirth, 

or golden-fMghted Axioslsa. 

Ailurtnc mon'h of tender flowoB, 
H'-H idT^i k- bud.-. f.-r every hue: 

or that lovelmeee embeweis, 
*Htf MPi 1lf , MOthtr dear, in you) 
— JSapne TaldM. 

AVSTRAU4\ POOLS 
WON'T TAKE BLAME 

RYDNFY. NB.W., May 11 (OSna- 
dian Press Cable via ReuterVi.-Any 

Auggcfftlon that pools or other shlp- 
In Au»tj»Iia anifictally with- 
h''!d whrat nvatlable for evport Is 
.-nt irelv » 11 hout fouDdatlon. de- 
elarwl rrprej-entatlvea of the Austra- 
Maa wtwat triui^-. in regard to .-rtate- 
■uats made in nme quarters tJiat 
the ran m the worU prSc« of wheat 




Safeguard Your HealA Widi a 

Monarch Refrigerator 

Kl t.P your food free from tiic b.iLtcria of decay dur- 
ing the heat of Summer' keep it fresh and purr 
with A Monarch all-metal refrigerator • . . Sdcn 
tifirally designed 10 make yoor ice last longer. * . 
Completely ineuUted with cork board* - • -> Door^ 
(calrd with airtight rubber gaskets. . . . Econom. 
ral, efficient ind, given erefaary care. 10 durable ' 
should ls«t a Itfetlmc. . . . Three sizes, ftntslx-ii ir> 
white or grey enamel, from $XV>SO.' Come in ai iiiu 
dme and let us escplsin the snpiesior advaaiages of tbe^'- 
higk-qeaUtr refrigemtors. 

WEILERS 

Complete Home PomUiufV 

Government Street Eetsblished 1862 



Save Twice 

1^ JONES BROS. ''SS^ 



Bojr Yoor Tires Beibi* tfeay Ad- 
vance. Boy Goodyears fbr Lowest 

iVr Mile C'^t. 



aarntar luiiuraoTvuu 



For Better Walls and Ceilings Use Gyproc 

iaae> (fwa raak. it fti>«>)Liicif aiii do*, bum- iiuiau MkU cold knd mbhS. Wa*c> t 



THE MOORB WKITTINGTON LUHBBK CO^ LTD 
M14 BfMfls Km Vldsria. B.C Phona 3»9I 



Rbeiaatism, Neuritis, Seiitiea 

Yea Caa Sank or Btaf 

I-ON-A-CO 

Tbe SaraHa WOl Stvpciae Yoa 

Phone 197— Evenings 3859R 
H. AUSTIN GOWARO. Sales Manager 



Don't 
Wait! 



Snjoy the PopuLir 
Say age Exerciser 
WhikYwPayForltl 

T»k$ advauMfa of the low 
imtid pcke — aad our special 
payment plan to have the 
benefits of pleasant "passtve" 
vibratory massage la your 
boot* or office without 
acaiB M your poelEOt-beokl 




]lfod«*l-B Senge has var 
iable sttokc— wide snd 

nanow oscuLiDr bek^ b stghdy, 

silent and Can ba used on 
desk, table or Savage Pedestal 

HcAiTH MIoTon 

CsBAcsaaK AMD aaovcaa 

MmeSp^MlMtyl aiPtSsMt 





U due pnmartlv t^ atl^mptj of the 
CuiadUD and Australian wheat 
pools to hold up suppUea 



FIFTY YEARS AGO lODAY 



•nm K".:<ni\% r^ionlat ol Umr IS. ISII) 



St. 



Hr Mftmsi 

a*r»r* til* Siosis 

IhrwffB ib« 
AM* imito mnwr* 

Hr J p WftS*. tm SMM tmmm. aa» eat ismi* seviM •« 
«i um suvtmm c*^n b*iw. vili p r si n g m Oaasiar H tfea olyneta. i: 
au mCssMa laart. w. wans easai laia lassaa at tat 
In wsMssa mm. iisr is, Mr a Jnsr 



Special Notice 



DBNmtoirt 

SUfc L»U s Cms Psoer 
Usoally Ids pSr Veld 
New Price 
1S« Per Peld 

Why Not Une the Bp«t' 

full I-in*- f --'^ \Art ti) Stcnk 

LITCHHELB S LTI. 

awifcesllsiB aad Ustfeasn 
110* nftwaat St Pheas I7M 



LMSE-LEAF PRINTING 

Paper RultnK-Bookbtedtag 
Phone 19l> 

asM ftsmiBe a^ onm mc, wSmnBi 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. aC SUNDAY. MAY 12. 1929 



»ABUBHSD Ittt 



Ladies^ Arch-Support 
Oxfords, $4,95 

SPECIAL VALUES 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

64c> Yattr^ Sirt-rt Phon« 1232 

WHKRE MOST PEOPLE TRADE 



MR. ORMOND 





For the Ambitious Student 

Wr Recommend the Famous 

Roth Violins 

Oiaranteed correct cr^pics of the g^cftt 
Prices Range From $43 to $250 

Davis & King, Ltd. 



717 Port StTMt 



JooM Building 



PhoM711 



(lUB mm 

— » 

Round Tabic lo Hear Dis 
course on "Yesterday and 
Today" — Dean Quainlon 
atKiwanis Luncheon 



CANADIAN cum 

FETETHVRSDAY 



Delightful Small Cottage 
IB Oak Bay 

Bunpalnw, with two bedrooms, kitchen, din- 
ing-room and sitting-room connected by arch^ 
three-piece bathroom, garage and bascmonf. 
'I'lic !"t i-^ 48'; ft. hv 104 It. I.oc.'ttcd on a 
quiet, bUnd street with little iratlic. rbc taxes 
are less than $27.00 a vear. 



Price, $2,100 on Terms 

92,000 apot caab. 

WaaUd— Other Uitiip iu Oak fiiy 

We can sell if the price is right. 



E. S. Woodward 

Bxeluiiva Bttat* Agent. CamplMn Bldf. 



CUV CAueifDAa 
UOMDAY— oyio Club, OhimlMr of 
• Commerce dmixtg-TOom, lUM t Mo n t 

iSttQ pjn. 

UONDAY— KumtUlU dvto. T.W.OJL 
dlnlnf-room. mppcr. 6 pm. 

TOXSDAY— KHraols Club. Empress 
Hotel biillrooni. lunchran. ■ 12 10 

P-m 

TUESDAY Round Table. SmprMs 
Hotfi pnvaM dtalnc-rooni. «np- 

per, 8 p ni. 
'niURSDAV-Rotarv Club, Empress 
Hotel ballroom, luncheon. 12:10 
pjp. 

THURBPAY— ^nadlan Olub. Im- 
preu Hotel banrooiUf wpper. 6:30 

p.m. 

PIUDAY— OvAdiftM Olub. Dominion 
Hotel dintnff-rofln. hmehMo, 11:45 

pm. 

Mr, AJbPtt E- Ormond. prehiilf:nt 
at Onnond'5 [.iiiiK<>d. will b« thf 
spe&ker at lh'> ■vfclLly supper meel- 
Ing oi til'- vi' Tortm Table or The 
Loymt KiUtfhUi oi Uie Round Table, 
which will take place cm Tuesday 
night at 6 o'clock, in the ttnpreu 
HoM private dlnlng-niOBL Mr. Or- 




maod «tt ^ aa. ■Mnm «». 
them*, t rnt rn t aw r mA May. 

Very Rev. Oaan Qualnton win vivr 
a i\r m f m on tlw topic, "Soau- 
Tbouthts on Adult aducaUoa." at 
the Klwanis Club luncheon on Tue*- 
day In th* Fmprps.- Hot*l ballroom 
•t 12.10 pi.. IK' ri.UTtAmmPiit 
will he providcU by Itie Klwanl* or- 

VlctOda KJwanlttiis will leavr htre 
on Wadneaday at l p ni on iMe 

Ss PrlncMi^ KKlhlftfM tor V..n<-ou- 

gathcruur on Ifie Mainland that 
night. 'I lie Inwl i lubuu-n will be 
ftccoiniMtiutd by tliPir ur<healra 
Tlip Irtf in Llif l>rmlnal dty will 
be attended b^^ delegations tron the 
Mew Waitmluttf. Naaabno. Vlc- 
torU. North Vaneouver vaA Vancou- 
vw Ktwnais Cluba, and praoUM to 
bt an outatADdlitt cvwfe In tiM 
tnct. 

Mr. BiaU ADtn. CAX. vbo lor 
thirty yean waa In the Indian OlvU 
BirvSoB In Aittun. aavtern Bangal, 
and other pa/to oi India, will dlscuu 
*Troblema of British Admlnlstrautin 
In India." at the BUpper meeting of 
t2ie Men's Canadian Club on Thurs- 
day, at 6:30 o'oiock. In the Empress 
Hotel hallroom. 

GYftOS TO DANCE 
The programme at the Oyro Club 
yityt^iwi tomorrow in the Chamber 
cS Commeroe dlnlnc-room will be 
directed by Uie wholesale group m 
the olub. under the c^al^nanAlup of 
Oyro Louis Olacen. Tiit- sf- '-n i ■ 
t«at for the attendan^p sr. •pi.,' ^mU 
commence on May 20 liu- u^^in • .ip- 
talns being a.-* folio*:, tiynv. J jIiti 
Puller, Oil Patrrnan, Frank Gregory, 
Herbrn Spenct'. CUrcm-e Jobna and 
Edward Fntt The Oyroe wlD hold 
a dance on Tuesday night. May 21- 
at Hanialerly Lakesldf. Elk Lake 

Builncfis tran.'?flcied at the rewnr 
Rotary conference at Vancouver will 
bo dlacussed by members of the Vic- 
toria Rotary Club at its weekly 
iunchfoii sRs&ion oo Thund^ ^t 
U to pjn., in the ttn p r eM Hotel 
bftUroom. with Prestdont Dan W. 
■vans PTBildtnff. The Rotary or- 
chestra wt4 render seleetUms. 

The Kumtuka Club wHI bold a 
supper meeUnK tooucnm hlfht at 
6 o'eloek In the Y.W.O.A- dtnlng- 



CATHEDKAI. TO 

m mimi 



Oil \ H \ 



\ I! I - 1 s nv 



WW Ma4e by EaslMal 
Bnf LA Ouairftl aa4 OMr- 



t, A y & ^ M H < Ft. «:r Tr()U«iit»<l to 
mM al llip Msj^mic Trmplr. Pi?««rtl 
Streri. on Uouimr. Hmj 13. si > 10 p m . 
Ui Ktlrnii tb« tunerm] ot ttir bnxiiFr 
J>m«i UcLcUbd. Uu mcmkf «l at- Joba't 
Lnds« No Ma. IMlBittlr. ■isniei. MMriMta 
i>( othPT inc«i lodsM ue vMaraiae 

hrrthrrn In lood •UDdUIC ar* <»t<WHy 

inviird to ktlrnd 

B\ orMt at ui« Wor Hutcr. 

J. R. MUHUSBS. 

SwTHsrr. 



FUNERAL NOTICE 

Members of W A. to Pro Patrla 
Branch, Canadian Legion, are re- 
quoated to attend funeral of late 
Mfs. SauRdcn. on Monday morning 
at 8:10. at Sands Ptmeral Parlors. 
By Orter. 

MRS. CHAMBERS. 

Vlce-ftBSldent. 



iMijm clatma upon the ttraa dt the 
organist and choirmaster required 
for the new Christ Church Cathe- 
(lr»i have resulted In the decitlon of 
Mr Harold Davis to rrllnqulah the 
position he haa held Himx* 1933, In 
favor of one who will be free to 
devote more time to the work. 

During hla term as clioirmastcr 
at the Cathedral. BiCr. Davis has 
given much attention to developing 
the boys' choir. His abiUty In this 
difficult work. wlUch calls for much 
patient and persevenng skill, Is 
shown by the successes gamed by 
the boys In recent niuj^ic (esttvals 
held In Victoria and Vsjicouver. 

In maklnn tJ-.e a nun un cement ol 
Mr. Davi^ n iHt iiiint, xhe Dean ol 
Cohimbiii ■ liiNi'fl ' Por auc and a 
half \eATs Mr Davi". has labored 
wlUi con-tpu-uouft consclenUnknesB 
and devotion. To the boys In partic- 
ular he has been ftteM and big 
bruth^T. and both clergy and chorto- 
u rs will view his departure with 
genuine rfgnt and a sense of real 
loss." 

APPODrnNO SUCCESSOR 

Concerning the nomination of a 
successor, the Dean said thai the 
appointment had been placed eu- 
^pply in the hands of Dr. Sydney 
Nichol-son. formerly organist and 
choinnaAtfr of the Royal Chapel rf 
Wlnd-sor, and now warden ^ ^t ' !u- 
College of Bt. Nicholas, Chuletiurt>i, 
Kent or. Nicholson waa in Canada 
a few yoan ago wttb the Windsor 
Obolr. and la aoqualnted wttb local 
eoBdituma. 
Dr. Nldbolson, the Dean stated, 
a member of a eonunlttee ap- 



when plans' 

banquet wtii 



for the club's annual 

bf- uTider coHAldenstion. 




British War Ace 
Dies When Moth 
Airplane F€iUs 

LOWELL, Mass., May II. -Captain 
Ronald Smith. BtwUeh aviator, waa 
klUed here today when the Moth 

alrplnne he was testing rrashed. 

Offlclals of the Moth Company 
were unable to give any re^n tor 
the crash. Smith had been em- 
ployed by the local company (wn 
months as chief test piioi ^iki 
coTLtlderrd one of Uie ablest in the 
country He was brought by the 
Moth Company from the Brltlata De 
Haviland Works Ui England. He was 
testing a plane with a "full htad" of 
1,700 poonds of innd and was about 
to aUgbt wboi he efaahed. 

Captain Smith bad live German 
planes to hla credit dtoing the world 
war He wa.<( hlma^ Bhot down 
Oiree times srKl one ODB oooaelon 
severely wounded. 



room, f eBo w ed ^ a butlnaas lesstoa. pujnin by th* Archhlahopa of Can 

' teibury and York to Investigate and 

report : ■ the conditions and 
nceti.-^ . .'fi church music. 

The I'- :'U .1' " volunteered the In- 
fommuoii 'ii'i' H hoped someday 
to have a Cathedral Choir School, 
xith IU dally eduoaUonal BCMl mw- 

cal activities. 

The rcilrlng organist and choir- 
master. Mr. Davis. Is senior partner 
in ihe firm of Davts A King. Limit- 
ed, which baa developed into a large 
and growing muMal boitte In the 
dty. 



Obituary 

MTTROATROYD—Thc remains ot 
n. idie Jowph Murgatroyd, who 
pa&sed away at the residence, 761 
Marttet Street, on Friday, are r?- 
ptatng at Hayward's B.C. Funeral 
Chapel, from where the ftineral will 
take* place on Monda> uiu-rnoon at 
a o'okxdt. Interment will be made 
la HOas Bay Cemetery, 



Sheer ISinon Frocks 




A Collection oi Out- 
standingly Lovely 

Styles at 

Instead of represenliiiK tlu-ir lashionablc 
smartness nnd bc.-uily, tlic jiricc-^ of tbcsc 
lrnck> morely repro^iciu the i;rcM care that 
ba.s been taken in their chonsing-. If they 
had been three times the price, lovelier or 
more fascinating; styles could not .have 
been provided. And in this display^ of col- 
orful g^owns there ajte;«tyk« for w ery 
occasion — tN>A fleeve and Sleeveless — pret- 
tily pleated — flared — flounced and frilled 
to meet every demanrl for a Sumihertiin# 
frock, of unusual charm. ' 

Navy Blue Coats 

Correctly tailored or with a novelty cape 
of iarU a pronounced Ikvorite iliis sduSIf 
is the coat of oavy blue. An unusually 

$29.50 



fine collection Is now 
displayed at ....... . 




MMITKD 



RAIN IS NEEDED 

FOR B.C, CROPS 



TRUCKS 



HILL'S DRIVE YOUMSLP 
CARS 

View 



Ritky's Siora^ii Co. 

pAOKOfO oMtnro avoWKo 



nusUft fltntM 
•atSUB 



Automotive reglstrnflons are in- 
creasing rapidly m India. 
_ I 



Phone 485 

Walter Walker &S«Ri 



Limited 
Douglas Street 



Motor truclu are talcing Che place 
of animal caravans in transporting 
freight over the highways of Persia, 



STRA 



Sound, 

refreshing sleep 

HoKJOK**. taken bot at night, 
taduotaiomul, itfteeUag ileip. 
Nerves arerratAd. wnu Wi ment 

and enfrcy «tor'-.f • !■ IV vrj 
byoveronc-thir J i f n r . ui ur y's 

' HaOt Hfnifit" * Ixiild* yi^'i op 
when you are nui dntvu. S^ild 
Id threeconvMiifjil fiUrs, in hcr- 
c-loasjara. 

HORDCKS 

JValiiral or C hBeala l e Flmoe 



SHAW-Tlir remains of nie lafe _ . i_..w_— t 

Mrs Mar>' EiuUy Shaw were laid u Spring Is bukwaid and genenlly 

rest In Royal Oak Burial Park yes- very dry, and rains are needed, 

terday afternoon, the funeral tak- iceordlng to the crop report Issued 

J. p. Weatman ofBciaUnft In the i Statistics. The ropon staiM that 
pnaenee of many liicnd> llielFUl-sown ^rain crop^ h.t\f <a iittrr^ii 
hymns sung wef "l NcfMJ Thee well; thai alfairn stand-N arr fila*' m 
EvAry Hour' and ' Nearer. My Cnxl. ifrowtJi and paAture.^ are ImprovinR 
to Thee." M»riy btauuful floral Pour per cont of xhc Pall wh^at 

ciTerlngs wcrr rrrrtvrd and placed ' 

on the casket uiid hearse, and the 
foUowtng genUemen acted as paU- 
bearera, Messra. C. Wood, J. OorUe, 
C. Freebam and O. R. Alcorn. 



h ykdting Preserves Health 

Mcdowell & mann 



has been Winier killed n& against 
3 per ccm Inst year and ihe ten- 
yrar avrniK^ ^ P*"!" c^n! leaving 
13,400 arrrs to b** harvpsted. 



Tbe last of ih*" tall .rc .if uic 
huge Church of the Holy FamUy, 
Barcelona. SMtfa ]»9 M*^ bMn 
completed. 





4IOOO IN WttiiLV PUUtS 



Mail Ihis Coupon 

icatioo 




Mr omai a 



I. BrtfT puniMiiT OfwM 

Mountain His(*»»y Commi.iiilf npvn 

ntvw KU nf Ih- 10 w.#kl/ f**a prifM. 

t Tlw lollowin •'•II hnawn 
IMT* 4«rpl*<l Ut* rMpoMlbUlir ol 
■fiftrvlcns in* alM*n*'>t of pnt* 
Msnn 

ftm. T7 c avttr. vsacoimr. BC 

W Rar W MelBtMS. Hsa -IMr. 
KHIy. tMMSlas a Co.. Lie. 

II. L UrDmeall. I 
U:i.>ouBaIl. MrtMi*** 

iw a ■ W«rUiin«taB. 
VL.K«uv*r Dras CS-> 

u H Usesal- tvm^nr S*o 
iV .f-1 \»il«nr« a l^an^t. U«. 

[konaM Si«"*rt a 

fi iLcii ro«>ira((or» 

Brmim B Br»>wn. prMUMt Orwiw 
TsieiSMTir PuMtdty »ur*au. 

S A finoB purrbaalnt tiMtra tfua 
UrtiM will t» »iif1hi» lo ri;#iv» ■ 

■ •»at\ Pn«» fo' t*ft\ I""»l P'^rhM*S, 

4 Earh •'•K in# wlnn-T» tbail 

k« «*i'TToio»<l and ittr i»»tn» %"* arf- 
SfM* at wen »PlM wtAfMr pv&llab^. 
TIMM VHM Wiman tb« ptM WW- 

hi M«a n»rt| wr tti 

evivUM of tb» flansatsn 
tUglttl* la rwMv* UM tSS.SN 
Priia 

s Tht iVt.rnn ar»n* Ffto» «afl 
■waMad 11 or tr^ WMftir 
Wlmm ■( ia» *r>a of ttm OnaMr 
Cmua^aKf apim cuipaiiB. 

S. CM* tit*«t m p uw is w 
«M M «T«va ynor mr «w W famoM 

OfMM M sw K aa t " 

f«w lesii ii M i " . »«• *• ^ "r! 

6S — — 



CMWS 



Tickeb $1.00— Bay Yoirs Today—This Week's Coatest Closes 

At 5 iKni., Friday 



Aei N'»w! Tnti "rnmf Into « fnrtnno" wben the O fwid Frlse nf StSJM H mmt0'M4 Mllbe eM 
Mnontalti Omi^r rommtinitT Spirit <«mitalgn. Tbink mt wlwt ysM mdd de wttb SiMi* II 
rmi indvpraMhart fei Ufc . . . bay eve et Hm* be 
the world haU m Mmm ttmea. II oaftr takfa a 



hi 



It 



«ak«|«a In 




BROWNE— Tlie funeral of thr lat? 
Mta. Emily Brownr Uok plRce yps- 
rday mommg al in o'cloclt Ironi 
lip rt-.tdencf, 122 Hoi^e .Stmct, [irn- 
(.er'dmg to St. Luke's Church, Crd:ir 
ilill. where service waa conducted 
by Rev 8 Ryall. asdstad by Rev. 
P. A. f^iMy at 10:30. Ttae byittns 
'^nng acre "Pence. Perfect Peace" 
ihd "Abide with Me." As the casket 
viae ' Mcea from the church to the 
rave the Nunr DlniltMs wa.*: sung 
\ Urge numtxr of Iricnd.^ atimdcd 
ind many beautiful floral dr?-if;iw 
-'overed the casket miU iipan c rii'' 
pallbearers were Mr H L. SmttJi. 
itajor W. O. H. Plrtb. Ux. H o 
Lawaon. Mr. J. R. Ssondcn, Captain 
O. Parker and Mr. C. A. Cornwall 
The remains were laid to rest In 
St. Luke's CVmetery. 




GOG 

HEALTH AND HAPPINESS 

Harris's Wonder Health Restorer Giving Tiiis to Tiiousands 



RAUNDEH.'^ Tin- 
lat*> Mrs Rftrnh 
parsed ii way at '. hi 
HoaplUl liMt PHday 



Tiiri'^al of the 

s.iifriilprs. who 
Itiiyal Jubll*^ 
>lll irtkl- ii'.:u 



tomorrow morning, the cortege leav- 
ing the Sands Funeral Ctouspel at 
8:M o'clock and at 9 o'clock mass 
will bf naid at Kt Andrew's Cathe- 
dral. Thr rcmain.\ will be laid to 
real in Rovi Oay Ccmrtfry 

AI!l,F?-iON TTirrr p,-wird .iway St 
Ihr rr id'-rirr (ViCl '["npa/ Avtniir on 
May U. John rtirliiird Ablr<4nn Rfcxl 

seventy-two. born in .Vtoulion Can- 
ada, and rrstduiB in (hu city far the 
past thirty years. The remains are 
reposing at Hayward's B.C. nineral 
Chapel, from where the ftmeral will 
take plac»* on TupMlay aftemoon at 
3 rVlork InlrrmPnt wtU 



nAltUt'<« H<)M)iR iKMrii ai.>ro 
BOBS noNnF:K-.^ »oa raoMi-MlNT 
Vt< TOUAN 
Vift'Tia DO Uarrh 7. ItJt 
Mr Oronr H»rrl» .H>-rtialUt'. 
C«l'*f>. Alta 
Dvar Sit Fr.r tfif t'lut trvir rMrt I 
Uav* twrn a rrrti tjflrrri nf Rri"timat0ld 
ArUirlUi i n»v^ unruiful Biiil Irl^d r»»r»- 
(hlnc p«walblr bus -win'ri H- !>• ••■tllna 
*'fttf iriX'-td pf ^Mtft I prjiciiealiT 
l^riplrKi una unabk tft mi v'.t mj 

..T-'C. r.ii lr>» thai I wrni down ta 
I ' ' I -r Tjni Ka CallfsfTiU. 

ina (pent Ihmi- 
■ ■■ 1 1 .1 1 ' iin mr <.»»t 
I , in Dir i)ift:ourai*4 atwr when 

n '• n' n'.iT in C?alaaT> ncsid ot mr 
t,.ii. krid »irqnil( advlwd JM to trt 
Harris * WMiSar MmIU SMlvrvr. I n»V« 
Ukm in all about wn botllaa. and ihc r«- 
I'jlu navr bwn wondniul. harini catnvd 
iwntr-n** freund» la veisbl Md Ut» 
■ n«w man. and wmM atrMistr •dvla siU 
«in"r«r» to fi»» tWs woBdatfal t«wdF a 
-rial 

I hui- i.v*« la VMarls for oatt 
ihiriT-flvf vvara sad Id* a Dtuiavr n( vpan 
waa aUaroMn and psUds^ easuntanoBu, 
and ««D knwwB to sMtt sT Um rSMdMU. 
1 win ks *lsd t« tall any syfftrir of mr 



Tsa WW «M Uls Mter u Nfl ftL. 

uuma u ArrutK. 

100} Undm AT*ni)*. VtcMIIS. SO 
l(ou*f Phona MSSli 

tmomtmrr tacon na maw was 
inuuaa wrrw minum 



m Rii'.-. Iipiy ( ■rni'*ffr\- Ilir Iste Mr. 
Ahlrson lea-. p. fn ir.onni hl.'s loHS, 
twt. sL'iLers. Mr^ A'.irr Wrldht and 
Mri Will. am Vnuchun in Vlrtorla 
nnrl ti\'i brothers, William Thomas 
Ablrion. of Prlnc Rupert, and 
James Henry Ableaon in Detroit. 



LMomba Hurwrir* 
Doar Bu 1 ha»» bf^n tna> 
movt of mT Utf and t\»ir nww. - .ixiaa 
IMit hard wtwk until a fnw yeatii ai" whm 
niT health aurtad nn tttt dDwaward r-ui^ 
M) han(!» an<l f**t »»»» rtaad with poor 
r. n-.ri I aUo niftcnMj umM« 
- V bmlv I rratluallT »K«aM 

, . , ui-.m t *•» hflplFfct *« mnch *© 

l^KC place, I f^ia no* trtia d»i*» c"' I 



nri i-i t --■ " I m 

a»r t M (Ti} ID A R ni BJ n 5 
Mr CtMxnv Harria iHrrballati. 
r'ar Sir BUlht T'ar* >«o at ih* mmt Bf 

t»»r i. [ wai iak<!-n down t ■>■ ■ h-ijrnatotd 
• ri'in. . ur hand*. >■"- and 

khmilrlrra vrrr badlr aflKt'd. IDDCb W 

(hai I *■> a> n«i»iMt aa a Sabr. X wtm 

■ bh.iii-.i-ir d't^<rni*al on W PSSSatS faV 

M. I'f, arc* ilrawn nut af •hapi>. am] 
a. I fii:.i:' Harlot •uBteslMl braakina tht 
rncl* »• k maana of atrSlihtff&inf than, 
bui iriT paranu would Mt eonwat, 

I waa In a mr *«ak BOndlUaa. sad nv 
bicHvi (Ma u> poor taat mf riwalail— «aa 
pr^;i--»ji> d*ad. Uka ami ta mr MUiu 
••1 iinbrarabia, aaH aaljilas HSaMd tn 

help ma • 

Ur mnthrr waa lasMnt UiraiMh t 
it«prr and. thank Oed. iIm hw jour *a 
vartiariMnt. thovlnc lb* w«Ddan Wat- 
rto*! Wawdrr BMHb waa dolna 

fnt thla wrnbla •fflteUan. »• I d«cld«d t« 
tin It a trial. I taok a koUU par wMk. 
and for ti** BrM fra ketUaa tha paiiM 
war* vary aavarf, bui I acrwrrad and 
an IS ooUaa mf Msed cireulaUan 
trr; also im pailflda. wUali bad 
far roars, ralatiMd aalii anal 
acala I ha*a takan roar nadleliM now 
far Btia raar. and I am Ukaakful i« mt ali 
ttaa pain, atiffncaa and awelUnta hava aonr 
out of mr loiala. and I faal a dlffarwnt 
^raon I wuwt iralaa roar modlclna too 
hiBhlr for tba w«nd«r« it haa dans la nr 
Md I frri It L« onir riahl Mkot auf- 

Youra •Jr* trulr* 

'■_9; V^Mvsr. BC 



HmmaATMn a ■b uaiwa at h 

Haifeb U, ItlS. 

Daar air.— 

II ta vitta araat plaatnro I «1A w M 
rM haa« wba( ■aarVs Wa»«ar Banltb 
■aal— haa dOM for m. 
I eana bata s« a few of aOblMn. sad 
•lahlv-lsar, and for Uia 



car 



' - ■ * 

baaan 
as bait 



iwMMf yaan I bavi aaffarad wlUt rtwaw- 
llMS, alan ha*o had imaeli iroobla and 
DMinua tha naarllla balns ao bad Ibat I 

could not raiaa mj am. 

I iriH all kind! of madlcrtna aad ab- 
lain*.) nil r-iiof and havMnad to aaa ifca 
wnnii'rrNi nifra la itat aapar fvwa aal- 
r»r'r< mada ra awi rlaa. daclM 

tc> (Is- four madtcln* a irlaL bad 1 aa* 
rUd 'rt UI lhat. a/tar harlna taSan tbraa 
i.'iiii'<., I ffli a wondarlul tmwTvnmmt^, 
wi.:.-i. i-iiiourMMt ma to canUaat It far a 
7<-*' .IF..] It ha* br 

•li«iip, wblrh 
cortaid»nn> nr -aa* ^ 

I was aaa Of tba -'tril Mmm la B . 
and waa a mambar af t>arHaaMM fsr lour 
raan. I fm now ablr ta da pfb^ii t ma 
rptonimrndina It W sO HV 



H t ■■■■■■■ VP '* m 

iirMMM aw Mweatb to 
t liSk la ■■nrfisi 



Toura iralr, 
SM3. 



ri ■SlilWIB AVt 



SHUX. 



HAMILTON— A largr number of 
friends atrendcd iJie (unprai of the 
late Rnbert Hamilton, which took 
place on Halurdav aft/rnnon from 
Victoria Hall BlansJiard .street Col, 
H H I)ohblP, fl.-,sl.^trd by Mr W B 
Fisher ronriiirrpd thr '^m'lrp Mr T. 
H Maynjrri nffl(-lBl«l al t.hp ifravp- 
side. Interment tras made at Rots 
Bay Ctmctary with the fotlovtng as 
p^bauvr*: iffwsn , T. H. Majnard. 
O. O. Raaway. Petttereer. A. J. 
WoodwmnL B. SoUwrbuMl tad Mr. 
MfCarUiy 



BROWN A ngmber ot frl^ndF al- 
ifndrd t.hr funrral ot thr la'.r Frank 
W Brown, wliii-ti look plarp nn Sai- 
urday afternoon from MrCiJl Br.* 
Funeral H«ne Rev j w I>euthLon 
conducted the servloe. after which 
inbertoeat was made in Royal Oak 
Burial Park with Ihe following aa 
pallbeams: Mcaara R. Cains. R. w. 
J. W Cains and A. Banner- 



pm\ oftM. Tba dbatori wtd 1 had mu 

riua. hfoufhi «n b> iw-rwwii Th^r did 

•vATTlhinr w.fci- r- t ■< ■ r.'i' mr ton- 
dllion rrartuallv /" 

A frlwtrt ol II"-" ""^ E^**' 
hrmjahl Ifnti (fain i Unnr ti t^-t m»d' 
rln^. and who ti\*m t'rr'bk m»l 

I w»< In «*roi>«l* »d'ia»d iTi' 'o "fy M»f 
ria'l Woadar Uraltb R^aKarar I ran dad' 
Ij Mf thai briofr 1 had nrtTi'd f F"*' 
ihrM botttci ittf pain t»f' arrt m 

work b<*t«r' tn b* a ptaamtr in mr I wai 
a r»aw man and had WM't r*ll (»H"ar in 
mr We after talilna tha m^dicina Int n% 
mantha 

t am wall inovB (brooahaat tr» arot- 
inmv hatinc rartdodUi ttia Wtat fbr,a<*ar 
tvwato'daa rasra lEaa Mr bm th - 
In aar war sea 

Toon irulTi 

J. N m. MSOONALD 



LOer vas or i.iMn* wn rrr-r 

prbruarT i t»* 

Aaolher Cbljarr ladr writn 

I foal n a SVfwIWa and p\rmJrjT' 1") 
p*OPI# know whai Harria'* Waod«r HMlib 
aaa H rar Haa dona for m* I aulTrrrd iit- 
told aco«UM from Rh«iuna4l«B and for 
mant montha I loa tba ■«» of limba aad 
tMi TTiroaah (ha adwaa af Wanda t 
Marud uktna ran wanamu risiii r . and 
I am alad t« Mr Mara J hsd UMa lb» 
rr,t.rih notlW I was SdMflsMy MMsa. nM 

UI. u, uiia saia J and m i iiwr im 

at tha diwaa*. 

1 asa WSaif rOFatnmrn'l tl 10 all WTiO 
aa 1 gli.— Aral r full* foun 

uTUt w rvurnen 

7 ftoai Blfwk ratairi Phnna LSStl 



MAB rrorm'UimKs nm se 

Archibald nanliw a wrH-aaaWB CTM. 
man of raliarv Mtta: 

■■f atifT»T'-'i fx tw»Tii» nin* t^ara wlih 
eanvulaHM-'i bm'UlM on thmoah aalUDt ffi* 
Monarh paiaaood I Sari'wad with aw- 
t>altat> 9aA M#ri: Ma nf man*r but ram* 
10 th* roRtJualan thai Ilia i« m* wa* a 
fHm loba and a '■rtm* tm ma M fitir-ia 
T tan pr«*<> witbOHl a daabt that ■arrta'a 
«f>«dM naaMb Ba rt orar rid ma irt liiia 
•rrribla ainuuon in IMS than 
and btoanht -Ko bnak to »li 
I win b« alad M anptelB ibr 

VSMMl Aa* 



Mr« Mar«ar»i T M'-r.'-nf a^* holdi 
lha »r««S rarord Of b*tra xtir flrti whtl# 
woman W Wvat^m Canada, mr* 

■ I aaR^rwd for tao »»ar» with rliruma- 
IMd arthrUla H* handi ware rt-formMl 
and aracUcallr hvtnUaa t ><w>a Totir 
WondrrfttI RamvA* In* al* mmiCi.v and II 
ballt op mr whol' ivaiawi t ran prwra 
thai mr raciffr? waa nM i^im^rarr Sol 
pvraMMaat Mr datMht** u aww takin* It 
vua wwndfrfal twanlla " 

MAfUIAttrr T HclODfBIII. 

/ R-iit« \ Palrmrmi AMrtSMIto 

sm Bmsa R;ri-t v.i.'. .,.^f. ao 

PKot^* Bar'i'w S441X. 



Cottonwood, 

phnna BaTt-in 



wru-RNOww VAIfOorm "vTaj-rT 
NAILWAT HAN SAVI WW U WOPTDKaTUL 

tMar BU gBStotll asojiM ba mM la 
pralaa oT KanWoWwiCT BmII^ ■ ■Hi W i 
for What It dW tor in« f naVatwd far mtm 
oMM modUu with tnfla iw a i nr T 
itan— 4iaada an iwaUi^n tin. and mr I 
dark ao aor* It waa twtara for mo to 
mr arma, I- had tbraa dlffaraat dantora* 
who did avarrihina poaafbia, bat dU fisS 
halp mr With thr Irarfut pait> and toai 
ol aliH>« I WW watahl varv 

Afbar tha Rrat boa of rf ">r <'aoa«i«a I 
waa bark to wark taatuw a dirrarrni 
I think It U wwndartuL for I harf • " 
raiaad XI fta and nrvrr frit brtt*r ir - 
Hfa- 1 vID bff onlr too <lad in 1*t idt 
•nlMtir kasw at lar ra**- 

1 ratoa to . rwwra ^-rr tniiF 

JAB MrOOKIOI r 
IMS Qu<-bae S<r*pi . VanobaTar 

Ovaa TEA ax or aok- arMAnRAai# 
nrroVKav rwiM airi* 

Ura Oiaa Vr^ittM. UtrtUh'i -a*!! known 

Oilaarv larl^ vtn haa rval<l*4 hara ovrr 
tw<^lr-'<'- "*rv Hara t hav* auffarad 
with H*ur<i.* and Btomaah TrowMo far tha 
pB^i 4it r^trt TlM naantu cot aa bad 
mr I'U arm «%• uwl'u. man M a al a 
lirr* I rould not draw Mrwtf T IrWd 
manr diffrtcat rama d iaa. blaa ala»tri<- traat. 
m^nia I am plaaaad to to*. b^rnr* t hari 
Uk*n ail bOtttokSf BarrlrtW— dar B-aHk 

mr a i frti ls was all sbati alas mr 



MrXJBXAW— The funrral nf the 
late James McLellbn will takr place 
on Monday afterno.n m o r-rinck 
from McCbD Brw P\in«TaJ Home. 
Interment wUl ba made at r»air«l 
Oak Burtal mt. 



nam 9 CMifu-aa. ekHtf eloife. U- 
rraia^i offit'. Mr* 

"I hatna w iOarod wiib Aatlima Umo to' 
rasci. aad trtad BMsr dorMra and baa- 
pHai ireatoMvto l aaa Mr vltNmit faar 
of FontradletM thai wMtt Marrli^a Waado* 
■MHb iilirir I baaa cainM ftfir-ihrM 
onm^a. sad bam brooaht ba re to worT*at 
baatth. sad vCD ba alad t« t*n anr Mflam 



■AIUT 



DirNCAfI, 
Va 
Vbli 



•tomarh la 
anrthina 

I intand to Uks Ik fbr mm* tima r*<. 
«• 11 cartatinll BSSPS iTatrm bvlll bp 
I hart racoaHiMM M to manr at mr 
frtmada ■« 1 tbM ttia faaalM.sw msa- 
d<tr3 far * waann o<mr flsBto rsara 

' Addrato 

waa OKAS- Totfin. 

I3S4 earantoanth A«* wbai 

Harrta-a Wdw Waatto B*«to««* la *fia aT lb* aWbHM Maod bnOdara known Rr«sort 
t« Iif* and It tafeto rlrh n*w bioMt u> riatrt tbn* toffttla dMaava, R roar bWad i* 
■ and i-onrtii flB Tmi nr*-! >'t»ni irf tha -ff o ' iw «nr athsff eiwa ak. % »»» 

rr*'.«m bu ll 'Id ar.d ua* -"'ni^"- Th* rXM >* aal* abnOS HI SMMS BSr (far 

Tnaar %t»t»m^rif a-- r r,. (- - , j,rfc Amifh of M*w Va*k nt Jfl»in Brawn, sf Mi'h. 
aan. bol f'om rr«<rin#ni r'liaol* p*op|f otiM* »t»'aT.«-ni« •'■nil 'h# a»r1^t»al fn 

aaatlaation Th*» ar- nW ant'tm* in h»v* lh*lr phooa in ira p«r-i u^ji ar» itt •In-i-r* 
w Uirlr abiiomanu Uo>i of ih««a naa»4a bava latapbaMO and ara aalr too alad to to" 
van or Ib^ oaMS- wntara la 
r*«ana« 

H*ni1 for a bnnk of loatll 

r>» n-^ .r-rt PTir- of tiaraV* Wtmdwa Wa^th mntoear "pw 8S.M prr bolOa. wr 



npo 
to 



ihraa boiUM lor Mi.sa Biitor Taale tooMad wMa Sasa bottia L 
eua aor bnni SMSHa inalodad Doltaorod to anr wart al IM 



ArchM U AJtkan. Ml 



VMsKto 



mm. mm. Herbalist 



Smowanssitts 



THE DAILY CQI^NIST. VICTORIA, SUI^DAY, MAY 12. 1929 



Real Baked Beans STMEDt IS 

CONDUCTED TO 
COPPER VEINS 



Hein^ Bcdii-, ,.rc Mvcn b^kt-l, \'uck. Special Mon<Uy, fUt 

3 , „ W 

I a\\ iin-. 2 r<.r 

\ 1 ,.,< ( ! .1 'iju'rHT Quality 



Knwgn Pr< W ¥ » d PmCK Rcgina Brand Broom* 

1 ..r.^'c liiw J KcK. - 

Ml iimni iins. 2 lui _ SSw^i t«T 10 ^ — - i _ , D' 1. D »»» 

Reception SaUd Oil D«n«rMm Sufar Ucvelni KiCh rroperiy 

- " 3lb». for - i^^^ Alberni Ginal — 



Reg. 50c botUca -88^! 



National Dog Biactiita, Snacka or Biacuita 



Royal Rod Sockaya Salmon 

l ib. tin 



Importod Brit Bread 



er lb. 



.9B4 



SpC finl. lb 10» 

.10^ 



Clothes Pins 

3 dozen for 

Johnson's Floor Wax 

Reg. 85c lb. 65f 



Phone Your Orders 



Qooda Dalivered at Your Door 



>wn rtiDcrni 
Od>er Claims Staked 



H. O. KIRKHAM & CO., LIMITED 

D.l.v.ry nrpr S522 FOrt StfMt 

GiiKCiy Hiuiiei 



ni-m Frwu 5523 Fish Dept. 5521 



REMOVAL SALE 



STEWART 



THE 

SHOB 
MAN 



Don't MiMit 



J ^■>l f)ntt;:1.t:. ^T•f-^• 



AinAnER lii: 



Atvater Kent ww alwayi a Bood radio and 
it has improved with the prosreai of the 
uida»ii7- Today it is food ia more than 
tJhrec mnnoa homes, choaeo'^w Vetoitte of 
fli UaHleaa pcrtarManec. 



Goucher Belmont Radio Sorvico 

_ — 1 



156* TkU- 



raw* ma 



OWNEKS 4RE 

ENTHlISIASTiC 

PORT ALBERNI. May -llv-Port 
.Mbeml U at preaent wltaaBalni a 
. opper atjunpede. To one un- 
..rquaiiitt'd wlOi the fact*, the m*h 
.iiid hurry of motor car* arrlTtng In 
town from ouUyina potnta, many 
i^transe faoaa whlflh one aaas, tha 
mtncUnK oT waU-draaaad b nalne as 
men with tbe toner and miner down 
at the wharf, and the eantlmii» 
rhui-ehUK of motor boate whkHi 
hnvr been hired atnuitacB and 
irx-al resldenu alike, all most be 
cry my»tl(>"tnK 

On 8uDdav altfnii-on la^l, 'ix 
motor car?^, miMl v..:h passfngprs. 
[ irnved in one cara\ an Inquirlfw 
MCprtalnwl thr (iw-r^ thai vL-iltflr"-, 
hfsdfd by Mr Leo Ainirrtnn had 
driven over Trom Cnurt««ay I1u-y 
i Immediately hired the two laatest 
' boats which could be aeenred. and 
;n a few oolnutas Kad disappeared 
dom the canal In a ihower of 
opny. In the early eveoteg they 
were back scaln. each penon carry- 
ing umples of ore which appeared 
to ranite from huge chunlLi welghin* 




I la a iport enthuHact Wlntera ahe 
walks and idcatea, and Bummers she 
walks. roUs and phiyi tennis to bar 



_eve<l in f 



GRIP-FIX 



ifik Apanal AM* 




Special Offering in 

Summer 
Frocks 

For Monday Selling 

Tomorrow morning our largo stock of Summer 
frocks goes on udc With our BIG REMOVAL 
SALE neving ite eloae* time drcssM must be 

sold. 

Here you may choose from dresses of white 
georgette, pastel shades of French mull, silk 
crepe and flat crepe for tennis and outing wear 
These dresses were priced as high as $35, and 
tomorrow fnomiag go on sale at tha one price of 



biyfcr lhao a watob cAwm 
whMi iSvkled la vartooii colon 
the laiabov. i 

A number of ppr»oas Irom Victoria I 
have alao amvc<i. hi.ri>d fast boaiA 
and dteappeaxed doun ihr (-aii»l. nr- 
riTtng back with fiamp^t- 
<">nr wi-ll-kni-i*!! V'-t'iMH Ki " ' 
v^ti.. i;. riM' -'W'.s 'ti'' f-.:r..: Ill iiiii,lllg 
lju' .iL>.i 111 Llir- l.)(;.ini>f 1 ry wine In- 
du'.irv arrived twck In town oarrylna 
a canviu bag aaa proudly exblbUed 
tlie eontenta. aaklnf If anyone had 
ever aeen the like of It hi any part 
of the wold, itattag at the ume 
time that ha had taken a prapcc- 
tar*s pkk and vitbsnd tbe aamplea 
htmaelf. 

CLAIMS omotD or 

Ail this Bxsltanenft has been 
eatiMd bf tbe opstttat-up of a num- 
ber of eepper claims eituate about 
ten miles from this etty, ihowlng thr 
richest ropper ore. vrhlcb anyoiu- 
who has in(-p»-cti*d the property lias 
ever ¥*ifii Unktiu*ii to aii> save it 
few lnttT<?.;.t('rt partK^ , thf l.slanU 
C(q>per Coinpiiiiy. Lid . has had flvr 
men worklii* at the claims for the 
piu i monthit enwhig and ex- 
ainiuiuK vsrloHS Ssadt and vetna. 
The oompany originally staked five 
da&a, but owing to the vahias 
found, have now secured seventeen 
daftta, ooverlnv about seven hun- 
dred acres. Tbla gives a very targe 
Quantity of ore. 

Ifir, Ove Nerdlund. who has been 
a aiahiff enatneer. not only In this 
I MOr l nee but alr>'> m Eiirop«. and 
iallMtjr reprf:..:Li ;iik nn'L -h inter- 
ests In Aala. h.t.^ bfct> ret-iin*d by 
the company lu din?c:t.inK fiwralioii^i 
snd blocking out ore bodies, klat^a 
lhat II Is the rlohoat ooppsr em that 
he haft ever worked, 

Airrsxly four ncparat/- veins have 
be^n ex(K>sed. Irom four lo fliteen 
feel In wldm. Mr tt E. ScovU. for- 
merl> of CobaU and latterly of 
Stewart, has been retained by the 
company as managed. He atatee that 
ao rloh la the ore hi plaoss that the 
colon Burpaaa those oC the peaeoofc. 
and that his examination of aam^ 
of copper ore in the Museum of 
Minaa falls to disclose anything 
rich. 

ADJOIN TIOKWATKR 
One very valuable tea Lure o( the 
nroT'^rtv Is the fsct that all the 
!hi.:[ . are either on the watrrfronl i 
i.r «i!i.ui five hundred yurda of tide- 
411 i/T w that no money need be 
.pent lu I twtJy roada or trawipona- 
iion chiiiTH'fl Mr ScovU states that 
the various iMd.s. at the present 
price of copper, averace between 135 
and $na a ton. according to aany 
returns, while the coat of mUUng 
and shipping would be In the neigh- 
borhood of $5 a ton. One of the 
claims located la not a copper claim 
at all, but the asMiy shows $39.ie a 
ton of free mUUng gold. 

Bunkhouses are already built, and 
preparations are now under way for 
the crecUon of wharf anfi bunker 
in order to load thr urr U i.'. ex- 
pcfted that a few ;im;ili : hir'nients 
will be msde lo thr rafurnii ;,inelter 
nimnsi, immedlateh . and Uiat by the 
nuddl? of Hummer racular ship- 
ment.'. *iU be under way., 

This properly t^ only about a six 
hours' Journey from Victo ria or 
\ sncouver, and the dUeoton of the 
rnmpany extend an tnvttatlea to 
anyone Intensted to eom and view 
the work Which la geing an. 

CCTENBIVB REPSBTOma 

Julian Oliver. Spanwh lyric tenor 
I heard through the Ni.C. Systeoi. 
boasts a repertein of twenCy-Ave 
; operas end Uummmble Spanion. 
I rrenoh. KigUih and Italian concert 
ntimbers. « 



i-ri.'i o*lr KsMarivs Vlsu ■ 



I'sOfvcS- 'VISITORS INSPfCT 

JUBIiil. HOSriIAL 



MuoM- U> lloUl I » «in|M-llU»ii 

-Local M'K>r,c i^mi^iftr the conduct 
,[ iui e.-.-'Av .<.iiii[»-nion for children. 
i^!.,L,- . f *!iiiM wil! be pubUshad aa 
;.*x.r. as they are i;onipiel4:d. 

CoOwtien for InaUtJitlen li^ataa 
— bCr. J. North reporu ooUecUons 
totaling t4(Uft yeat4ffday toward the 
C3St Of trsnsportatton and enttttaln- 
ment of inniaLca d( the «Mv nWMI- 
Uons on May 34. 

Property Twmrfeea— Baal estate 
aalea recorded fry the city asaeasor 
for tbe first alght daya of >fay total 
m%m^ TUB brings tba toul 
nhie of real estate tmnfer aa far 
this year ui * ' 71303. 

RotV Or-ii.-ii- Tlie Victoria 
11...:, L>:i h.. L,.i .* ..rded tt ((Ood 
r..-.:fpii(>ii 14*-. We<.lnr-.-dii\ evening ai 
\\\f Uuyal VirUiria Theutre OH the 
occasion of ti»e lecture given by Ad- 
miral oordoo OampbeU. VX)^ DAa 
lite boya, under tbe Isadicship of 
Mr. O. H. Rowlss. played for baU 
an hour preoeedlng tbe lecture. Mr. 
Rowlm haa received congrntulations 
from many dtlaens. and ha.-- ai^o 
booked several engagements for th<^ 
future. 



Many CHlsens Take Adv..Mi,(:.- 
Be^tal Day CdsbraUao lo 




Floral Frocks 

Greatly Reduced 

Florai frocks in the larger sizes, will also be fea- 
tured in our BIG REMOVAL SALE tomorrow. 
Our entire stock of printed crepe de Chine 
frocks has been marked at a price that will in- 

tere??t every thrifty woman. These frocks are 
new stock and grouped together at the one 
price of 



19 




Every Garment in the Store Must Be Sold 
Previous to Our Moving Next Waek 



MadameWatts 

DOUG 1 A AT FISGARD STREET 




DOORS 
\ OPEN 
9 A.M. 



„ TlralalBg Camp— The 

Blihop Of Oohuibla and the Dlo- 
oeaan Bwid of RaU^oua Bduestion. 
at a mestlac ef the latter body u 
tbe Memorial fiaU Ubnrr Isst week, 
warmly wrewad of the plane ef the 
camp oommlttee who have arranged 
the "Lsadscs* Training Camp," to be 
htid at Long Bay. Oambler Island, 
fran July 15 to 33. prognmmei 
may be obtained from Anglican 
clergymen and Sunday school 
superlnl'Pndent.fi. also from A,Y P A. 
offtcloJa and l^adrr.s ot liirb' 
branches of rJic W A. Full deUUs 
wUl be etven at tbe Memorial BaU, 
Vancouvrr Street, 



Htl l«U«V 

■SSrw of tb* wrll»r 



aaitw «ui . 
ThlTrato 




Tilt I.ADV S-SLirPER 
6lr,--We. as members of the ^Brtt - 
tlsh Columbia Alpme Wajr. Ofow- 
rr: ' A-WU lallon, havr noured a letter 
of recent date In the public press re- 
(erring to the sale of our native 
lady's -slipper <cal]rpno balbOBS>. 

II will be only a short time when < 
this beautiful flower will become a 
thing of the past. «nlM» io^lff^' I 
ure Is f orUKNumt to pceblMt the i 
sale of It , , ; 

If only a small percentage of them 
could be establt.'ihed in our gardens 
there would be no rau.v lo worry, 
but we all know the difficulty inci- 
dental to this undetafclng. 

We heartily endorse the writer's 
sentiments on this subject, and 
deeply dspkire the fact that any per- 
aon would, unknowingly perhaps, 
hyirt*" the end of this dainty flower 
We trust that the "poweri that 
be " will take the necessary scUon 
to prohibit the sale of one ol our 
modt charmiinj tand soaxw it la be- 
coming) plants- 

NORMAN W, P. RANT. 
Honorary Secretary. B.C. Plant 
Oroweis' AaaodaUon, MS Surdett 
Avenue, Victoria. 8.0. Mky 10, 
UOt. 

A DISCLAIMEa 

Sir,— As on lici ounL of a simllariiy 
of names I have been contrratulated 
so much on wlnninn a recent case 
In the courts about which 1 have no 
knowledge. I should like to mention 
that 1 am not the suooemful litigant. 
«nd that I had no connection with 
the case. 

ALAN B. FORD. 

elo. Peroberton 9* Son. Victoria, 8.0.. 

May 11 i^'-'** 

VElkKA.N ANNOUNCBB 

MOton J. Oress is the oldest an- 
nouncer In point of service connect- 
ed wllh the N3.C. He was one of 
the ploneem In the early days ol 
WJZ, when the slatiott operated in- 

df»P*'nd''nllv 

Annttiinccmentt 



Ho^pltal day wa.s celebrated if 
hibilf' Hn'.plia! only ye>ierday ' 
,i.i,>--i>h ^. li-viiig dispensed »lUi 
. fiebr.iiUKi i.iwin? to Its (orthcomiut: 
f.irinwi optninB ol the new umi on 
May iJ Nut quUe the uaual number 
of vtsltora took sdi^nlage of the oc- 
caaioQ to vtnt Jubtlee Boapltal. but 
gnat Intwait was displayed by 
(hem who were present, and a bevy 
of imrwe dstaflsd by M^.-. Mitchell, 
dlreolor of nursing, acted lu^ tcnides 
to the various noor&. wurdh. ojm t.i' 
inK theatre, diet kltchen.s, X r ■ 
departjnenr, sunrootm. tu: . wert- »ii 
thriiui. nptti. and many even seised 
the occasion to Tlslt the pavlUon. 
The medleal supertufeeadenK. Dr. X. 
M. Pearoe, and msmbeis of tbe boa- 
pltal board were on hand (o wel- 
come the riaitors, and afternoon tea 
and a musical programme by some 
of the nurses added to the plsasura 
of th»- occasion 

Ten 'va-- M l "111 b. tlie Florenc- 
Nlghlingule Cliiipt.i r I O D.E,. the 
table In the main corridor of the 
old building beina anisucally deccr- 
ated with red tuUpa, while narcissi 
and white double anbus. Mra. H. 
Oatterall convened the tea for the 
chapter, of whtch Mrs. Kyrte Bymona 
U regent, and asrtrtlng were Mes- 
dsmes James Baker, Hyalop. Jones. 
Haugh, Bmest Kve. Lucas and 
others. 

m MiMsrtRS 

VISIT tOURTENAV 

, Hon. W Alkliison Bnrt Hon. J. 
HInrhMfTr IJImu''-- l-.iir'* of B*- 
speeUve l.'rparlincnls 



COORTBNAY. May 11.— Two mto- 
irteia of the ^rittsh Cotamibia Oov- 
emroent visited Courtenay yester- 
day to dlseusB various matters with 
the reddenlB of MervlUe. the soldier 
settlement seven mllr.-^ north, and 
also educational taxaiL<:in matters 
with the authorities of the Comox 
district. ' 

Han Wllllnm Atkinson. Minuter 
of ^Kri- 'i;iurr arcnmpamed by Dr 
W H CrtMJd.-.-. - olonixatlon r>:imnii.->- 
■;loner Bnd c\i!niu-: W 8 LattA. di- 
rector of Uie Uiiid SetUetnenl 
Board. .SJcni a rcn- id' riiblo time at 
I Mer^ ille talking *uii the settlers, 
and 'Tidpavorlng to prwi thsmselres 
iby perAonal knowledge aboit Uie 
proMema presented by the adjust- 
ment ot dllfleulUas with the set- 
tlers. 

Later they met a committee ap- 
pointed by the presldenta of the 
local Agricultural Association and 
Board of Trade with a new lo 
Atlmulatlng Interest in dairying and 
general arirlculturp In tills districts 
l^ils committee vaA formed as a 
consequence of the recent visit of 
Dean Clement and Profeevsnr Hare 
of the UnivPT.'ifv of UriiL-ih Colum- 
bia to the C<iiii>« du^^rlct 

Dtret-lcrs ni Uu- Agricultural As- 
M c iuuoii accompanied the MlnMer 
on an in.^peotlon of the agrlcultaral 
grounds during tbe day. 

Hon. Jo^ua Hmchllffe. Minister 
of Education, was received by Cour- 
tenay by Mayor Pearae and membcni 
of the school board, and at thr City 
HaU met re p resenUtlves of the city 
cpuncii and school board ahorth 

al'fr iirriviil. 

Oif- Miiilater manifested great In- 
tcrcAt In educftUoiial matter.^, and 
showed that he was working on 
plant to adjust .schoo! (.inat-lnn more 
equitably Mr HinchrUrfi', who wn,-; 
tendered s vo^/- ni thwnlcrt I'-f ' a 
marked mipresaion on in-i audlej7cr\ 
irrespective of political alfUlaUons. 
of hU> Kra.sp n! educational needs, 



4 Willis Grands 

and 

1 Chickering 
Grand 

—hive been sold tothe 
C.P. R- tor use in the p^ v v... 

lU I «l ■■ a ■ I beach Open for .•u'li.^on. 

new "Royal York Hahl |F«K 
at Toroato, whMi it ts ^ 



Tour wedding is an important 
event in yoiir life Invitations, an- 
noiirK-emenW. at home and cake 
fftfd'' ttrc Imporlanl fni .i weddlntt 
ft u« show you Uifl IlDftst m print- 
ing Tba Colonist Job Mnttog 
L>epartment. Pbooe ItT. 

Btoolralyite in the bands of a 

oompetent operator la perfectly 
nte and absolutely permanent in 
the Ueatment of fncUl disfigure- 
ments, such a-, mnlr.-^, birthmarks, 
ate Recommended by the medical 

^eaMon Mtu Hawman, aoi Say- 
ward BuUdlDg. 

came Seaad the Werld with 
ralrfleld. Pord*. fun, food, fifty 
oents. Cars leave Fairfield Onlt«d 
Church, Five PoinU. on Wednesday 
evenhig. May 16, *:10 to 7 o'clock. 

on the 
Escrllenl 



SMfiiiT M)oi» ciiAN<.bs \ry t:< T 

THK BODY TRfiMENl>OrSI.V 
My cmndnlece we:t£h''d ie.s.-' at 
(iRlu months ttian at birlh, due to. 
Infantile eczema ' Wa.-s plastered [ 
with ointment-.-' and Hnb;*:li''.1 I'>r , 
■.(■M-n ninnthv -entire lioasehnid r.x- 
hnust'^d rrom lack ol aleep. I added I 
vegetable Juice to each bottle feed- 
ing, aothhig more, After two day> 
she sbvrt lonrteen hours without 
waking: Olnttttents then dlscon- 
ttaiusd. bafihi rcsumsd. No rash, no 
Itching In four yean since. Why? 
Vegetable Juice alkallnrted her blood, 
killing the atid-caiued ecsema. Al- 
kaline aornsn Mrai hai kept her 

blood alkaline ^im-e 

Alkaline rtoman Meal w\m ravwJ 
mv life when the urcat Oslrr told 
mc twenty year^ bko I could n-n ;hp 
four monlhfi Now at seventy not two 
per rent of men of thirty hmve 

m uscles. stren g Ui or endurance 
equal to mine, built up out of 
sikatlne Roman Mesl. I'll send you 
a free booklet. "HOW TO KEft 
WVLL." and other literature. 
youH write for It to ROBT o 
JACKSON, M.D.. 8ia Vine Avenue. 
Toronto 8, Ont . or write for free 
.'sample of Roman Meal. lAdvt.) 



HtiMZMAN 

Canada's Git^ Pkno 





Mother's Day 



EAR half-forgotten tonga . . . poiffiF 
^ ant, romantic SMttoiy niutic of 
youth! What better way is there to expreig 
the spirit and sentiment of Mother's D«y> 

The Mothers of today have a glorious 
opportunit>' lo y.\ve thrir children the ad- 
vantage of a muucal education, for pianog 
of todsy are Emt and nodam nedwdi of 
tuiboo are easier and quicker. No clearer 
demonstratioo of the utter lovclinc^j of 
fManoforte tone roulH Ur founH anywhere 
than in the great Canadian Hcintzman. It 
will be a plcanire f or t» to ahow it to you 
in Ike newot linbhei and ctbisc* dettSM. 



Fletcher Brosi 



LIMIT 



tv I • T 9 n • A) 

1110 Douglas Street 



Suits Made to Order, $32.50 

Good Workman-^iiii-'KHlcst Spring: Cloth Now Iti 
{tit Guaranteed— Money Back If Not Satiiilied 




& CO. 

VlcMria, B. C. 



PLATE 
TABLE STOVE 

\ (treat convenieiii e — i^liiRS in at 
any wsll receptacle- controlled 
l>v off and on swiirtiri. 

Priced ai U.9i 
W ith J-hcat switches, priced a' 

10.00 end 9B.M 

Hawkins & Hayward 

1121 DougUt St 
Cor. View Phone 649 



USB 



Sovereign 



THE KTVG OF TOU^ST 
PAPERS 

SANITARY and 
SOLUBLB 

SniUi, BavidtM t Wriflil 

Victoria Vancouver 



SEA FitONTAGE 

KESIDENTIAL 

FON! SALE 

COLES, IOIIELLtCo.,Lld. 

PhMM OS * Victerls, ». C. 



he oBettcd ^ui month. 



\\ h.it t;rr;itcr te^limonial could 
i.c oluaincfl <^^ t(» the nirrtts of 
the "Vi illiV an*l t hi- Vci'i 
Pianos C^taiiiable on V an- 
(ouver Island only from this 

sl'irr I 

"Wiih.--" pianos arc I>ciiig used 
by the lending inntitution^ 
from Coast to Coast. Here are 
fi->nr other famous hotels that 
purchased "Willis" 

i,,i'*ml!t: • 

Empraaa Hoial, Victoria, B.C. 
Saskatchawda Hotd. Kafbui, 

Saak. 

Vancouver Hetet Vueouvar, 

B.C. 

Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Ont. 

li von woul'l hUr to own a 
I'l-" RTiiinl wp believe we 
.til make it possible for you 
t.:i do 30 by making a literal 
atlnwance on your prtaent 
piano and accMnmodating 
termt (or the balaace. 

Willis Pianos, Lid 



The Brnlhetiiood l^fe of ■■ l 
Thery-ophlml Soolrty mtflinit ' - 
uid Ubrai7, opening dally, . 

4-JO. an ponbirtaB BuUdtng. 

MMMt PimoOm fartt mm Opml 
lee oraam. U«ht tunefa and leas 
Arrai«e to have 3m P*enle at 
Mount Douclaa Park. 

Owaer niivtog to Sukstnon tMI 
take one or two psssrnaera Pay 
part expenses. Leavlnc about May 1ft. 
Apply w J iiover, Martccdd. 

I To Boehart*! Qatdi— Plve mln- 
utev by launch frooi 
Oerdrn Brent vood 
tAken at any time. 



G.F.Cooper 



Axaduraae Tea 



Ntto-Laddcr SUk Stoeklacab «1.00 
and OUi a pair; B palsa. OLIi^ II 
you aek— ttie Bealdi» 

itWftve»-CMr 



tfaia. «ark 
taitfna. 




YOUA 
JIONSY 

BACK 
IF NOT 

SATISFIED 

!avf Your Suit Made 
it Hc^p^s mi You'li 
Save Money 

COME 

TODAY 

Charlie Hope 

1414 Oovenuneni Sc Pbotw i699 



KoMer 



BrreeilM MNr u. UM 
boat to yiMllHi win liaia 

ucla daily aO im. 

Obsputr. Thursdap 

Omiifli*.'^ Rlreet. 

Vlct«tia 

PMteV. May t^t 1' 
■oCla^ HalL 

SMner ll*t*l uta <'afe no« M>rf- 
nc fried chicken dmnen daily Tik 



1003 



Oov^ 



PhGOC 




necttee May U. ttoe aficnom 
CtA \ boat to VaOB«ttv«r win M«a Vie 



\ Udy who Uvea la Kelson. 

BC. wriiea: 

"1 have used •everal brands 
of canned milk, har when I 
eaca trief Factfk 1 wanted no 
olber kind, tfe rich, smooth, 
creamy flsvor t« like 
natural cream ihat I like il 
a drink )u*t a< n cumcs 
from the can." 

PALint MILK 

ac. 



Factory at 



AVTOUiTtC 
CMpacltl*. M« wall' I* U CW. 

Cletrac 

13 a » «• tSS h.» SnvMr 9^ 

Crossley 

Machinery 



BroMio, Fraser & 
Co., Ltd. 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORL\. B.C. SUNDAY. MAY \2. Vi") 




Women s Clubs and Societies 



Women's 

Clubs and 
Societies 



Ai Uif !>pecXaJ meeiuig ot the Lt4]r 
Douglas OhAptw, IX>X}M.. oUled cn 
Frtdfty kltcTDQon »( Munlelpftl tmA- 
qurtan. H WM imanlmnmly dedd- 
•d that, the elupcar wfn undertake 
to fnmtih m rooin Id th^ nfw « ine or 
Bt. JOMpbl BoSplUl. liH.l th.'M- 
be a bridge partv hrlri nri ! i. 
Jun.' 4, in iiul 'tir ii.mL-.luiii' 
fund Full pururulai- ,.' v'.^-'- 
hfiur wia u* «ivM! i.ti'T H! 'if pims. 



Chapier 

A lUvar wlU ba bdd on 'TUai* 
day at tha boma ot Mn. J. R. Bart- 

llV, 1773 ROBI atTfpX Mpmbfrt ha»- 
los aajr ooalrtbutiutui lor nir talant 
fund an afkad to hrtM Uicn. Vla- 
itora win bi at lha taa 

hour. 

■ ■ • 
Oafc Bar I'^-'^iur 

At tlie kind mvUatloo of Mn. 

Obarlaa V. UUMn. tha Oak Bay sub- 

dtvtalan e( (ba Oatbollc Women's 

Umgm win MA a bridge and five 

tam^lrad party at QafMgb Houm 

Sohool oo FMdav «l 9 4*iflock. 

• • • 

Ksqulnmlt Laano 

I'hp R.Mittlmatt lubdlTMoo ol Ibe 

c&aiuiic Women*! Loafua wlU bold 

tt card party at tba Iwma tt Un. 

lADdaia. SM Maar Sferaak. 

malt. at I 0*0101* an iMutday 



AD members iut 



"—And, as 
* a parting 
w<»rd of wisdom 

Ali»a}fs look after every detail of your 
aWetvtttKc — man}f a gifted man has lost 
opporianit^ after opportumi}/ simply be- 
cause of a core/eu indiff&ence to fuM afh- 
pttarmce, — •Choosing vour clothes is tm- 
porlant, of counc. hut cure of them is a- 
senliai. and it » simpl)) a matter of send- 
ing ihem rtgtdariig lo a good Dry-Cleantr 
for that pi.^fcisiowd atlenlion tk^t Ihejt 
dom can jtve.'* 

New Method 
-Cleaners 



Dry 



TfllspbOfw SOM 




SPORT SHOW 

FiUiStNTiJi m 



in SeaMla Qllli f litwa d in Boter- 
«l «aval TIalarta 



but luemlier^ are aAki-U to reserve 
the dale and to work unltadly to ereniog. 

ss«"-A "sss-sf^ "'ii "'r or <«,. 

oontr1buUon£ are urgently raQuested. 
Members are asked to notify a mem- 
ber ni Uif i"llowiiiii comraltlee. If 
they »ish parcels called for: Mrs. B- 
W. Walker, telephooa MMl; Mlu 
am, Mra. Teaadate, or Un. T. a 
Brawn, wbe vould vdeopa uyoot 
wOUiv to help at tba aala. 
» • • 

Ta Hold Gattioffiag 

The last report U that all but tM 
of the ooet of the new outMde pulpit 
at Christ Churcli Cathedral has 
bern contributed by the various 
girls' brsjichcd of the Woman's 
A'ixiUftr>- In ihf hope ot raising 
Its fitiorr of the balanoe. the 
Cathedral Girls' AozlUanr bas 
planned a musical aftamoan, oom- 
mencliv at a oeloek. Burtramantal 
and vocal aelactiom wOl be given 
^ meniben and their Mends 
vtalle a group of 'Tiny Tote in 
Ttralninc*' irtU aerial by oontrltout- 
tat ■ mnbar fiT aann m4 ntfta 
tlons. 

• • ■ 

ftlnccBi ^atrtelfc Ixidgat Otde^ of 
Daufbtera of 9t. Oaorge. held a sU- 
vir taa at tbe bama of ibe wortny 
pNMnt. Mia. Jane. 119 ouv 
Street, on Friday. A pretty glass duh 
was rafflad. Mrs. BUUng being thr 
winner. Refreshments were wrvf^ 
by the hoBt<«w, Thoe*- prt-w nt wprr 
Mn. Jane. Mrs. R. Oreen, Mrs La- 
tham. Mrs Wolfe. Mrs. BtUlng. Mrs 
Burkmar. Mrs. SkeUand. Mrs. Coop- 
er, Mrs. Carter. Mrs. Burke. Mrs. 
Mi«m. Mia. Holding. Mrs. Orovea, 
Mis. Huckln, Mies Landy, Mrs. 
ObrlsUe. Mra. White. Mrs. Blair. Mr. 
Huckln. Mr Tinr and Mr. RUttar. 



Duchess ot Abertorn 
Dies in London 

LONDON. May 11 (Canadian 
Pran Cable).— Tbe Dowager Duch- 
ess at Aberoom, aged algbty, former- 
ly tady-ln-mtbic to tba late Qoacn 
jjggandw^jttad last night Bbe waa 
(MB at IiOiMkin^ most lamous boat- 
esses at one period, and waa tbe 
mother of the present Oovamor ot 
Northern Ireland, tba Pufca ol Abir- 
oonL 



Three Divorces 
Are GroiUed m 
(jouri ai Nelson 




NELSON.lday IL— Tbooas Hurst, 
Ndson oonunerelal ttvnm, was yes- 
terday awarded an abaolute decree 
of divorce from Margaretta Hurst. 
Denis St. DenU. lately resident of 
Spokane, waa the co-rfspondrnt 
aicaliuit whom damageft to Ihf 
BDiount oC $3,000 and coitt^ ol conn 
were aisessrd 

Malcolm McKay waA Rrun(«d h 
dlTOrea from Mary McKay, ol Proc- 
tor. BJO, TtkC case wa6 not defended 
and damages anountUoff to «5.000 
ware awarded tbe petttlonar against 
Jack Roy, oo-respcmdent. 

On proof of marriage certlfleat* 
and residence of the petitioner. Mra. 
Annie Laurie Mclnnes, rcfildent nf 
Prince Bdward Island, the court will 
grant her a divorce from George 
Mclnnes. Nelson, l^e action was not 
defended. 

JA.MEK BAY P.-TJL 
The remiiar monthly meeting of 
ihr Jltm»'^ Hay Parpnt-Teacher Aj.- 
•jjciatioii will tie tirld in iJie aflsem 
tjlv liuil o( ih.' S.iulh Park School 
■oimii!i«ja fvcMini; F'llipwing the 
t)iLvinc'..s of tlic rvtning a quiet game 
i-f cardK K-ill be enjoyed and refresh- 
ments served- Members and profi- 
pecUva members are oordlally re- 
I (|urated to vttmd 



Made in B.C. 

A large percrnta^ of our stock conftists ol good.s made 
in British Columbia. We take spccia! pride in showing 
you Dining-Room Suiles. Bedroom Suile.t and Chesler- 
fir! ! Suites. THE VERY BEST IN QUALITY, made in 

our <j\\ii province. 

As an example, look at the very pretty Dining Suite in 
our window this week. 

Oaouine Walnot •*Pieee Suite. 



nt 



$250 



Home Furniture Co. 

-*BUIX«T ON QUAUTY-OROWXNa ON SBXYIOr 

FK8D W. BAITTHOIiOllBW, PMp. ^ 
•25 Port Street FhoM ItU 






BRIONT. Italy, May II. — Mm. | serious Illness thai lor a Ume had tion on April 30 for tht; rcniovul nf 
James Joseph Tunney. the former , threatened her life, li wa* leamrd ai! old undiscovered appendix ab- 
Polly Lauder, haj^ recovered from a| today that she underwent axi opera- c*>5k 



LlbSfal Women' ^ Korum 

The monthly meeting of the Lib- 
eral Women's Porum was h^ Fri- 
day afternoon, Mra. H. Croekar pf»- 
aldlng. Mlsa Snyder geve an Intor- 
Mttag and butjoetlve addxaaa out- 
UnU« the splendid work of tbe So- 
cial Sarvtoa League, after which Mrs. 
W T Tbdd deUgbted the ladles with 
a v>ng entitled "The Piper of Pan " 
FV>llowtng tbls tea waa served by 
Ward 3 ladles. Mis. Pllgrtm presided 
ht the tea Uble. which waa attrao- 
uvc-ly decorated with taaskela of 
Uliw and bluebell!. 

• • * 
pjtblaii Sisters 

The Pythian Slaters held their 
legulsr meeting on Thursday. *lth 
M<wl ExceUent Chief Sbtcr White 
in the chair Through the courtesy 
ol Mesam David Spenosr, Llmltod. 
a home ccxiUng Stall wOl b a_ta^ 
.'^iil'.irctny momtOf In SpMBV'S 

basemeai. AU aaomban ara aaked 
to leave tbalr dnnatlnrts at tbe Royal 
Dairy on Prlday. Next meeting 
night, May 33. !■ belm t^ld in honor 
of Itttbar's Day. It Is hoped aU 
Will attend on tbla oo- 




KEN 




cALi "Wool 

BLAN KETS 




Mrt. Pagan, of Biqulmalt, was the 
vlnncr of the handsome table bowl 
with wax pond-Illy presented by 
Mia. C. B. WUaoo. at tbe card party 
and sUver taa on Wedneaday after- 
noon. Mrs. MasaraU. Oovemment 
Street, was the winner of the doll 
The prODeedS of the afternoon and 
evening, tinder tbe conven^rship oi 
MzB. J. B. Plumb, at tlie heme of the 
Misses O Brlrn, Weliingion Avenue, 
will be dftvoted to the organisation 
fund of tba Oatbotte Woaaao*s 

League 

• ■ • 

SL M:«.rT> W.A. 

TTi'- '1 ' '■ventng branch ol 
the W ' ■ ■ will give a con- 

cert and drai:inlit. entrrutivnent on 
Ttieeday evening at i i ^ irirtf^k a 
Orst-flr'' pr'«ramme ha.- iwf-n ar- 
rangf ': -ttst* including a fea- 

tlvftl e .1 :iif (i«.lli(i. Members are re- 
q;:rst'-.i to btMnd bring tbatr 

fncndA. 

• • ■ 
P.-TJt. b» Meet 

The May meeting of the Victoria 
Wast Parent-Teacher AiworiaUon 
will be held In tbe sehool on Tues- 
day evening at S o'clotdL The meet- 
ing will take tbe form ot a .vy-ia! A 

?=pr> ial progTaromc of SOlofi, dnrn-es 
And rectlatlons has bean prepared, 
nnd rrfreAhmrnU will ba aswad. 

• ■ • 
Esqulmalt ( tiapt^Y 

The monthly mp^ung of the 
Esqulmalt Chapter I o DJL, will be 
hcM tomorrow afternoon at S tftlUA 
in the Municipal rooms. 



MAR<-i MiiTF. PATUCU 
IIINKHNAN 

Tesierday Mr. Hamilton Douglas 
presented his "Sport Show" at the 
Royal VIetorte lliaatre under tbe 
auspices of Uia >ai^ Aerie. Seattle. 

Of tbe forty-eight numben there 
were several which w«r« of out- 
standtaig quaJity. Of these the 
"Three Dusty Roads'" merited the 
greatest applau*e The mlorful 
"Pancy WalU ' and rhr * T'w Bal- 
let." the latter being remliiiicen- f 
"Les Sylphldc.i. were two of the 
features Dobir and Lou. the "Har- 
mony Boys.' also aiioceeded In get- 
ting theb- nnmbom over tba foot- 
Ugbta. 

The children were ea ee i len ^ i Ac- 
companying IK a plctun at one of 
the "Teenle Weenies." Marguerite 
Patricia Klnksnan. known over 
KOMO as "Tippy Toes of Story 
I*nd." 

To Give Address 

POUowing Uw banquet to be given 
by the League of Wastam WMteri 
oo May IS In BeatUe. (he guest 
leeaker will be Major L. ouUo^- 
Wkbaler. of tbto otty. whoae aubjaet 
win be "Fran Sug Ji eo We to Sanyund 
Shaw " 

'Hu <\:\if nt the aSBiial eanvantlan 
of tht' w w. has now bMoi dallaifie- 
ly ci^' .1"] upon aa Oaiobvr 3 to s, 
In bun PrKncisoo. 




MAY 22 TO OCIOFlKK 11 
Pake the opportunity "f 
fares to go East this bummer 
Travel Canadian National , 
"The Scenic Route." Go via 
Prince Rupert, or all rail from 
Vancouver . . . sec mightv 
Mount Robson . . . Jaapct 
National Parte . . Stopover 
privilcgee granted throughov 
the system Sleeping an 
dining car service unexcetted 



PLAT£S 

Mnjoy abMdulc comfort with 
a scicnlifically made plate 
,\ciiirate fit guar; 
and withal, you ^avr fl* "I C 
from ^ i 

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Gypsy Cruiser 

It the grralrst vaUir ^ . i.ii i - -.c i 
cruiser?. It i*t scaworlhy. r(>nm> , 
«I>ee(Iy and within reach el 
rvcrjroaeV purie. Length 20 ft 
X (• ft., has 2 berths, seal 10. 
fur. on terms — SdSO 

Pacific Boat Co. 

Canaewayi Opp. CPJL Rotal 



r ANADiAH N ational R ailways 



HouehsM fioods'Gartfilly Moved 



Before yoo nova it la a qasattoB of j aloa a ft aiwa r da yon wrtsh H bad 
been a question ol ssrvke. We pot airvlea Srat at a reaaonatale prkt. 
Onr vans bs»e dosed doors, separate ooopartmaota for china and 
pictures; are beavHy psdded, aad we use looMdual covers to protect 
yOlSr l lirat d tf e SKainsr .-ny possible chance of scratches or mbUBK 10 
tranaib 

R [■: M I) V !■ R S 
SHil^l'INO 
AGKN I S 
CUSTOMS 
BBOXJBU 




COMPANY 



Warebi 
516-520 BsBtion 
Square. 522 5 JO 
ChaiKcry Lane 
Olike Pbooea 
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DUBUN. May 11.— The Irish FYee 
Slate has decided to esublish diplo- 
mat ir rriatlons with the Vatican. 
It Ls stated that Pope Plus has ac* 
cepied tbe proposaL 

Summer e»ntrsloa fares to East- 
ern Canada and United Btaten 
potnu on F»Ie at Canadian National 
Ticket Office. Bll Oovemment 
Street, Iffaetlva May SS. 



Ligh£ as a-Qoud 

. . warm as a 

robe of fur 

Ttt weight is tike gossamet; its cotofM . • 
luxurious as ftoin • robe of fur. 

Lovely ps-ttcl colors sod lusrrnii^ s^nn hindinj; 
jrivc it bcaurv' Virgin Inn^ij-fibced wool inskcs 

If soft, fleecy ami durable 

Hasy CO Isuodec, color- fas, and tuiihrinksbl& 

UmiTs ih« KtBATOod BImIml 

le is lold only by selected dealers. The Kct^ 
wood tsbel in ofie comer piDcects you sgainsc 

subscitudon. 



Kitty McKay 



wf sou 




BATH KObhS 

Made «f lb* aiae m« 

wen) mstsriii as ran nsd 
M Keawood Blsokeu 
widi facings of pure tilli 
ribbon. Theae robei 
IsMidBr perfectly. Ionise. 
goM. iin. green, and 



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Tba girt frtend mn an Wintv 
she's been dragiad to musleal 
oomedlea. and now she's dragged to 
tlw boMbsM games, and she doe* 



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Rheumatism 

CUT THIS OUT 
75c Bo« Fra* to Any Bnffgrtr 

Ovrr .[! SrTBruM. t*«w Terfc. a If**' 
mnn hat i»Hfi tnvnd thai hnndivrfi ii 
u*rTi (Bv -hr'.nai •pleodld raauit*" Manr 
inHaru-r* ti»*« bwn rv^oriM •Iwr* Mill 
• Irw day*' irMUneni kraushi «aiat 

rtWfi •t'rr ^nTTUtlM flK liM tSlM 

-' ■ ' ' dftfS SB lb* palHraow titts- 
t\'<i < atHe Mi tba >r«tm taT irl 

ina H'-tt aOS asmattH* lb« flo« al 

biiF. «M(t) pT u mmm rmlsr »a4 rllmUt* 

thf unc A«ld sue Umm Salt D f aUi 

M»s tor— ssi ehaa MM W MM avay aaS 

'^Thf 111 iiawt am tall H a I la be sb 
IMMO i» m tmS Ibai bl> m kaa a n aaS 
M acnw m osaa*s aaS^wsau avm 
aiaa obe mmn imm Sh a— la i i au or 
hM a friaa amtotae te n« a isc 

KkMi^- laM Itt prvra «h«t It MS 
wrr a praBy la wnl Hr CMaiM ••?» 
T'l rvli*'-* RhximfttiHn m niMiar h«« 
vff •lubf'nTTi or lnn« rtandin* th* 

•■ -,, I'lrr ^v»frlliiii« Kat r*..r.i 

I ■ , li .'. > hk*a Dvvn praito<iiJ t ua^.i 
U)* irva'.ui'ni. moS FM a fttJt-«u« 7v 
p»cku« ir iMt vUl nK sal tkis (mUc* antt 
MBd II viih tmr aS— aai miar**» r 
rmi «tah rM nar "md 't» "< '-» '• ' 

Um 

AMrwM 

Canada 

an •>triT".> 

DFI.ANfVS 
RUKtMATIC 





Tbb Rsallf Smart Wonua 

pftrtiruJarixes in the rhoir^* of 
her ehorff. First and frvrcmoat, 
ahe muAt havr; true ttyU . . • 
tbe eomct interpretation ol 
tbr 'VI •m'n gmartsit mode. 
*'Omtx" Atjlm . . a kmawm 

fTave OS Hemnnptraie the proper fitting ra^ntisl to 
loot oosnlort . , . make jtmt aeledaoA firoaa tlw aaaaoa'a 

Be aMgil^a mmimt^ iM . a . si a 



WBSi il> d re gaed 

arc diatinguiahed hj their 
heauty of line. inrlivirlnalitT 
of (icaigo and prrfertion in 

OlfTX** Stf las ofer 7n« 

feot 



MAINMfi'S SHOE SIOU 

«40TafeMltfM 'iVhacaUoatVaavlaTradtf* 



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THg DAILY COLOOTST, VtCTORTA. BC: SUNDAY. MA^ 



Social and Personal 



Personals^ Parties 
Visitors 



An enjoyttble (1uk« ma held on 
PYiday evening at the homr of Mr. 
and Mra. C. W Pangman. .Si Pat- 
rick Strert, In honor nt thrlr son. 
Douglas I'arri'ir;;iii The iiiVltwl 
guests Included. Muaea Mary Roes, 
M&rjort* Todd. Mwy Stewt. Nn- 
een DocmfillT, ITlMnnr Heteteramn. 
Jeui IMIDOOI. Brtty Becht*!. Betty 
Monteltti. Bwtera Twigg, Barbara 
Playrr. Randl Kor^nson. Adrlp Bin k- 
lin, F'ainrlrt Wiruilow. Dorir. ll;lrlk.^ 



iCulium and Jane McCullum. and 

lu«as. BUI BoonaMu Kan Boor- 
man. Alec. Ounolnt. BlU Murdoch, 
Austin Ooward. Ian MoCoonao, 
Cr«e, Jack Twlgf . Stanley WUUami. 
Rriddy Mclean, Vernon Blfwood. 

Bill and ix-nmoiid Harrvtt. Alan i Hotel ftvoo by the Mine* Mae and 



Tnvlor M.i.t'l-. WL-islow. Jnck Hel»- 
'<■! tiiuh I' r. H^iiiKv . < >uy Bowden, 
WUIred UtkvUL, titepben White, Ken 
Btsm and mak Stmoit 



Tea PaHr •* 
MlM Jaw adrnvda and Mte Jwn 

Offiere. who an Mra fimn Zm 
Axwalea vmmm Mlaa Uvuda' 
paranta, were fuaaU at Uwur at ■ 
daUghtful tea party at the ftncreea 



To 



Be Married in June 



. _ JHQTEL 
<MKMr7vinatu)Bc 



TEAS, LUNCHES 
DIMEIS 

Ry the large log fire in 
our beautiful lounge. By 
the pletm windows wMi 
scaM .ii)'- view. Parties 
large and small appreciate 
our Bridge PartiM, V/9d- 
ding a » n p ii o u i. Etc 
Vair AttCMtfn Wsiar Kacaa 



BOmt T«a 

A Buooaaaful tea vaa bald en Tti* 
day afleniooD by tba l aa inb afa a£ 
the VatontSne narray-Beaumaat 
Bogga Chapter, I O-D^.. «l the 
home of Mrs E Tomhn, \\: »■:'..■■<, 
Road, Mount To! :i i it Ilu- t fa 
table was decorauM wuri pink lu- 
lipH and fontfl-nir-iuiLi Tti? hosteu 
vtiLs- aX'Vli-Li in rc-.i-lvtriK by Mrs. C. 
L Ix>UKli«. ihc rf^'Mit. and Mrs, C, 
1,^1 r on iKnirftl k-h Mrs Qenge. 
Mrs forbv and Mr*. Prior, ol Mu- 
ri:< i(>i<i rt^jipter. were Ttatloo. Ttw 
u.,[u*nii LoofcrlbuCed «olo»: Mia. 
pred SuUafAald and lira. W. B. 
Davlft. IdHa OOK aod lAlaa Tbom- 
ttoD. oC tlw &a pianatle flebooL 
iruve feadtoCL 

• * e 
(telesatea Baim 

Mrs Dave Sheret and Mrs 
BhMnnftfld. deleiraW-s from Ihr Bri- 
tannia Branch nf ilie BK-Sl., re- 
turned Iioriit- >c.jt<Ttlay f nxn the 
anniial i oir. .-!»• iwii at ChUllwatk. A 
Krt'.em: ii— >' Uie atutUlary Will 

be hrld i'uc!^i<i> mght at 0 o'clock, 
when the d ikgat a a will pnaant 
their rtrporta. All memben are aited 
to attend. 

• • * 

Retome Home 

The many friends of IClB PlUJ 
Stunrns wUl t>L> pirajted tO fcllO« 
■J. at tthe hah rrt'iriiftl fr'nn an aB- 
lecslTa vtUt In caliZomia. 



■ Itfi ■ rnllrr WkO aad ■ 
Wklxlow S'( lit Aprlna ■ 

Fuller Brushes 

^1 SkUilrh rhi»'. ■ "I 




HOUSES FURNISHED 
ON EASY TERMS 

Standard Furniture 



Beancr Dtnadale Thr (tufsu werp 
Mlee Wllma Hendersmi M v }u ni\ 
Fleming, MIsb Jean Mi ■< id > M is-*' 
Bna Henderson Mi&s MjtiKai''i 
Adam, MI-'u Marjone ilaviii<>ii'l 
Itflae Hrli-i: i'ul[>fimn. MUa Kh^ 
Smith, Mtu tiiieOa Stewart and 

• • « 
Leave tm Biwlaad 

Mr*. Bromley -Jubb and Mm 
Wlnlfrod BrcDUley-Jtibh left by the 
afternoon boat for V^niouvfT yes- 
terday en route for i^rnKl.uui on 
arrival In Vaoeouver iht-y wi rr met 
by Mw» Edith BromIe>-.iul)b who 
preceded Ihrm a lew dai'.s ago and 
ha« been a guest of Miss Lena Keav 
before Joining her mother and sister 
on the trip to Bnyhipd, where they 
will visit Mrs. Jubb'i son and daugh 
ter, Rev. J. 8. Jubb. BA„ of 8ouu> 
Bbltfdii» and MIbs Coastaaee Bnm- 
ley, oC London. England. 

• • • 

Encaicrmrnt AnDouorrd 

'Hie engagemfnt \s announced of 
Vlotorta Kathleen (Vicky), youngest 
daughter of the late Inspector 
Strood UdooId Redgrave and Mrs. 
Redgrave, of Rarblnger Avenue, to 
Mr Alonzo Richard Lavell. only son 
of thf laLr Mr Michael Lavell and 
Mra. LAveU. New Westmlnater. B C 
The marriage wlU take place Ln 8t 
AodreWa Oathedral on Wcdneaday 
WMiilng. Jnzke it, at • tfUook. 

faaea far Malar TMp 

Mlas Angela Manky, of New Torfc 
and San Fnoclsco, U visiting Mrs 
H. O. Utahfleld of thU city, and 
both left this morning for Cowlchan 
to be guests for a few dajrs of Mrs. 
Avcrlll. of "Broadway " Later they 
w'lli niolf'f if> Nanalnio. end on to 
Vancouver, New Westminster and 
Ohmiwmck. 

■ • « 
RHnrBing to Senth 
Mn. P. Harvey, who baa boM vls- 

iLuiK her sister. Mrs. R. Tomlln. 
of 3S39 Fifth Street, will leave for 
her home in Los Angeles on the 
fCmma Alexander thu mominft. Mra. 
Harvey also spent two weeks with 
her daogbter, Mn. M. Planaiik. of 
BeatUe. 

« • * 

Ijeavlns for Honw 

MlM Jean Ori'ive, who has been 
vtMtinR hem. It leavlnv todar for 

California. 




mas nLBN hatwabd 

Mr and Mrs, E. C Hayward iinnouncp th«- engagement of their second 
daughter, Helen, to Mr. Peter Warren Wentworth BeU, only son of Mr. 
and Mn. W. W. BeU. Ttmnslt Road. The anrAaga wfll Ma ptaoe 

early In June. 



Engtt* 
Mr. COiartaa WoMlar 

Wonlry, of Alton, near Liverpool. 
England, arrived on Friday "u 'i '' 
Ba. Pacific Prefiident. and are suy- 
iQg Wllb Mr and Mrs. R, & WOKtfey, 
Island Road, lor the 



Mn. Oraham Johnson. Rockland 
Court, entertained at losoheon yes- 
•rrdav In honor of JfiL and. .Mn. 
Meadu.".. prior to their di|>aiUue for 

England ' !- wifk 

• 

Leave for l'<irtla.ru] 

Mr. and Mr^ S Porter, of 976 
Madison Street left yesterday fo^ 
a inp to Pcstland. when tbsgr vlU 
visit friends 



VAftlXD TAUNT 



Besides betnfc a t^rrar of no mean 
ability. Wcitell Oordon, heard in 
N.B C pmcThmmrs. us noted as a 
cellifit and a composer Among his 
compositions Is "Par Away Belli," a 
'u\ .iri'/- .roll" Mi-'^'-rt-rnacfc, 



ICE 



REFRIGERATOR WEEK 

May 13 to 18 




Act iVotr— 

to protect fi 

XQU cm new ksow bow wond^^ 
h%immnin aad a B d— I ICE ie as a nfr%> 
ennt oaifl yon use ii is a good nAwenun. 
A good ICC refrig uisl oc pravidos ttie proper 
bnoaof eald sir, dry air, moM air. tnd/rah 
nakaep faods U pftew caodbion and lo do 
mf wUi * « IH"jl i Hi 4f iMd eden and 
flavofs sfMcb eoHMltaiea laakea 4waB the ealdeit 

of fi>o(la 'li^tMtrful snd quite 

A Caod Jo» JiefrMer o ior 

Tnrtng to gil alangwkhoataniea 
r eWee ralarerwWi ■alaaJegMlah 

iaiflUanU or oM Uxhioned ice 
busl i^^ie—y-wii«e..[ioMrwi-foolMh.'' 
tee re£ngerKtbon meinif more 
ihiin frnonmr. A cnor] in: hox nrt 
on It p<iT» fir it«^M miirkly in y 
v^ttnf^ spoiUf^ una waMf of ri«ti 
W food»,bfiI it amvm thf ntHnli-iu* 
jwr* ud appebug flsvon of 



mil 



i and health 




food wliirh makr '■•rini; a h<'althftil plmiurr. 

IThox (^nxiiiuiM .J (.(x-kI Rffngmrtur ? 
Good looks alonr. wiih rffrifcTmton u with 
people;, are onl^ "skin deep." Ii't tlwi hadden 
qnaMtee thai eoanL A refrigerator sboetd be 
eawplctely addttidtly Iwlaluj abb oaikhand 
or iis equivHlaot — aever leas dna ens iaab la 
wood cabiaafr l aiil garalBta er eaa and onfrbatf 
-ineba MadoUatfi. It dwtiU 
be oaneetly oomnMitepcm^ 1 1 
flireircnlabaawUdh aabMBabr j I \y 

rleaM and frnlima tbf air mn- 
(Unt)y. I( ahnuld h*- Uri;e (wwij^h 
'f> BrromnKxUte the fra«l ff>r a fam- 
1v(lw iiweof TOiir* wilhoa! nnwd- 
i - r ■ firmUtMMi n{ roW air. loe 
iiij^Ht<irT nhrMiI-l 'n proportKW 
to th*- •■trr ot f<w«1 i liAinb^ 

«tw! '■fi^r-'- to pmrnt iSoa^ 

B?r n^i 



May — the Mantk •t Opp9r*imit$ 

rhr ic» induiirr waaU yen to fet the okmi 
pnMiMr frum yooi wr af tec Xtm 
i(« Tvf ngnator maira f •ciur^r*. tr^ rrl r . i; ■ 
dralcn — all *«h« arr in tnv »«t in(iT'-,tr 

iir " I r - Hi .on. rr. n(vrarin| lo m»tr iti* 

. 'wnitiB -'^k -.Vfrt'oi-j/ /.# Hffrifrralc'r H eek 
■ moat npf.ortunr ftccaiMn (at preparulf 
agaUMt Ihe wane day* thai will wep be hm. 




WITH 




DAVID SPENCER 
UNITED 



FREE ICE 

Mv arranpement with Th^ P. 
\\ iI»on Company, Limited, 
with every ReCrij^ator pur- 
r based 'liinni; the cr^minK 
wrdfrfrom either o( the under- 
mentioned stores there wUl be 
i;ivrn a book of coupons en- 

■ '— pnr. li.T^rr to 

200 PoMiit of lee 



HUDSON'S BAY 
COMPANY 



St« Mary's 
Scene of Ptetty 
Cetemony 

St. Mary^ Obweh, Oak Bay. was 
the scene of a very pretty wedding 
CO Wednesday, when Rev. A E. de 
L. Nimns united In marriage Gladys 
norencc. eldest daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. J. Brlnkmap. 1038 Cham- 
berlain Street, and Ilerlwrt suiiion 
Hammlll. onlv .ion of the late Mr. 
Oeoiye H-tnimill and of I^TL BUn- 
miU, 2338 BriffliboQ AveiUW. 

The bride entered (he dmrob wtUt 
her father to tSw atalna of tba 
Wedding March. Sbe looked wy 
lovely In a erepe romalne tndk in 
pastel shades of pink and bhie with 
long, fillm bodice, long sleeves and 
circtilar skirt, which hung in grace- 
ful points. With this she wore a 
picture hat and carried a shower 
bouquet of OpbiUa nioB and ear- 

nations. 

Tlie bridesmaid, MUs w ; ; 
Brlnkman. wore a lovely fro^k, ot 
blue flowered chlfTon with picture 
hat, and carried a bouqiiet of pink 
swoat peaa and pale btaie delpbin- 
luma. 

Mr. Stanley BrlnkiBaD gupportad 
the groom. 

Following the ceremony, a reo^ 
tlon was beld at the home Of the 
bride's parents where the gnaata ex- 
tended th<>:r £<y.>d wUkaa to the 

bride and Rroom. 

The happy i-ouple reoelved many 
beautiful and u<u>ful gifts, among 
which wa.s a .standard lamp from 
ihf brldr .s a^soclatea at the B.C. 
Triephone Company: s raj^r 'ijvpr 
from the Victoria Machlncr>' Depot. 

Where the groom has been employed 
for a number of yean, and a lUver 
teaimlee fton the leaden' eorpa of 
the YM.CJL 

Mr. and Mn. Hammfll left for Se- 
attle on ttw aftemooo boat, from 
there motorlsg to Callfomta The 
bride Cfkveled In a becoming en- 
.•temble suit of black and yellow Can> 
ton crepe with small hat to match. 
On their return they will live on 
KiiKaywm Avenue, where the 
ha^ buUt a new- house. 



Devora mdwomey, WJBB. System 
contralto, speaki (our languages. 
Engliiih. Ruaalan. Vtenoh and Ger- 
man. She waa born in Hew York of 
RuMiaa parents. 



Fashion Fancies 

■r Marls Belmont . 




Here \s a black laffela pirriin* 
dress m the LAnvIn manner tiiat 
manages to be aa youthful as It Is 
sophisticated t It la dailgned with 
an eya to dde. bat does not aacrl- 
fioe Una In aetalavlng chic 

Of special interest la the long 
fitted bodloe with overall k traps In 
back A handkerchief flared skirt Is 
very fiUl and very long, and there 
is a Hunburst rtwalgn doDS In paails 
that IK laid on tta fifctid back of 
the bodice 

APPETITE 

IMPWOVED 
. . . OtiCHLY 

K«Hr lb« TmI* si Nel 

ir yoo bave bo destra 
(tar toed, aad yoa fael 
^ J oat of aorta. as4 d*- 
rrfwafA, atlmnlate yovr dlcasUra 

p-.i«jtr» Try I>r ran*"r"f own fonn- 
niv rhe»e plllt Ukeo after m-*ls 
• til aid dicMtloo, reltere ihe 
r««Tilate the bowels, expel eonsdpa- 
•Ooo potaona aad araoae appetite. 
All Pff^mlata tte and 76c red pkga. 



MalleWs Early 
Summer Coat 
Event 

Models of Outstanding St> Ic 
Sharply Reduced to Clear 

Iliis grent cU^rancc of ovir more cxpensivr 
Coals .start.'i tomorrow (Muiid.iy) morning. An 
event in whicli hundreds of smart dressers will 
be able to secure outstanding exclusive Coals 
early in the season at greatly reduced prices. 
The ofier is especutly interesting in that it 
includes coats for every occasion. 

SEE OUR WINDOWS 




^ / 



Spread your weekly p^ymads dvs m thai you can wear 
wlaie paying for your gamenls — cuiveniMt; eaqr; do 
iobanib Oobof-lown orders receive our cgnfld 
Inquire at our oAoa. 




Aiticbb 
GwmImIAs 




Wflw'a Rendy^o-Waw aad 



1212 



1901 





f 



of receiving courteous and effi- 
cient ganricc here btcausa the 
persona! attention of a proprietor 
is given each call. And this is a 
matter of tramendow importance, 
ufttliSgg* 

Juat the right degree of p«nion3 
tympAthetic intereat ia greatly to 
be dagirad. Those wfaotuU upon 
UB art MSnrad of tfMw tWngB. 



SV^i fnu m in service. modestLi) fnced 



San ds Funeiw- Co 

16' 2 q^UADR>. ST.. VICTOMA 
PHONES OFF. 3306 
RE5. ©035. l^e>± 



Ladies, Sammer 
Is Here! 

o«t rmir Rat fren as aad mn aMlto- 

man * praBt 

MATBOVit' BATS ni a ■ rr-Mi ri' 

oan D( row. 

RaU OlMDrt aos naeSMl 
Work OuaraDlMd 

JOHN, The Hatter 

itaa san «ii T»ua at. 




I^II«S 
Sort QaMr. 
novo 8M 



PUPILS* RECITAL 
PLEASES AVDIENCE 




An enjoyable piano recital was 
Riven by Mr Reginald Cor and his 
pupUs at the Amphion Hall, Yates 
Street, on Friday evnlnR The ef- 
forls of thr pfrfnrni*"". wrr rn- 
jovfd by an aiidienr/- numbering br- 
twf^n twn and three hundred, who 
r-hr>flwj thrir plea-Mire by unstinted 
Ipplftuar 

The programme of numbem by 
pupiLt was pleasantly varied by an 
excellent reollatlcaL "Violin." by 
Mn. A. C. noa^ and the (our voeal 
itaraa by Mir. mak t^vnaa, tenor. 

Among other eoDCrlbutSoos wtoleh 
won great (*,er vera Iboae by Ales. 
Ord. Robert MeOoBOell, Walter 
Riches, Robert Ikytor. Oovdoa 
Johnaon. Bta» LovltL riarlnda 
Jeevea. Xaabel Ord. Rulh i.evir«. 
Alice CJumutt. KUtabeth Campbell 
and Freda Beward Mr Cot snd 
hts pupils were subanquently warmlv 
rongmtulated on ihe splendid tyr<- 
of rnr»*al whlrh ihey had prepar«i 
and were thanked by a representa- 
tive of th^ Rishnp CTtdge Memorial 
}lk\l r>irri <.rt behalf of which the 
rnl'^rtAinmrTi' waa fflven 

Thf ff^llnvmK Others took part 
the prncrramme Harrel Hlbbs. Miir 
ray Oliphant. Margaret Bavdft. 
Fred Gray, Dorothy Wood. Hilda 
Ford. Dorothy Sbcrratt. Oaby Mar- 
shall. Baity Mumav. Oaoffa Daw- 
Mon. wnUaai Wrtgllt. Jane Cald- 
well. Ba nH aa Miner. Peggy Mumner. 
Kelso Hamlltnn Mym Oliphant. 
Harry Oawwm Annie Sharp. Vir- 
ginia RoMi. Colenae Miller and Hasel 
Ooffln 




NOW 

Is the Time t 

Vacation iiip^ 



o ria H Your 



West Coast oi Vancouver Island 

Oo the New and Luxurious Steamag 
PRXNCBSB NORAH 





VictorUi to Port AUce aad BetWH 
iBCtaAng Meals ani Bertk 

SdUDgg 11 P.V.. May I 11 ?\. JiUM 1, 11. 21. 29, and 
Every Saturday During July and Atigufft 

The popalar ileamer PRINCESS MAQUINNA, will alao Ic^vr 
Victoria EVERY WBONSSDAY at U P.M.. June 2d t» Aonat 
incltuive, for SaparoBsa Inlet and naf 
Ratum fara 



aao ica 

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Reservations Can Be Made at 
CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET OFFICES 
1 102 GovtnanMnt Street or Wharf OffkA BcUevOla Straet 



-U8T tommmt or victokia* 

Local Scenery Paintings 



Bv ARTHUR H PARKER 
H.K.U. Prince ol Wales 



EabWto 

TOURIST SERIES. S2.S0 UP 



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JM Valaa 



Ociia 
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Isa 



RUNNING AHD 
HP^miHQ FITS 






i Are Promptly 
Checked With 
Dr. Orahaa'a Hysteria 
RenMdy 

Uaay Tcatiasomals 


MatFIIUWillNed. 




I DR. COUPE 

nimopooisT 




MARIMELLO 

1 m VMM eiMet ffeaaaai:- 



THE DAILY CnT.< > 



\H TuIUA. B.C, SUNUAV. MAY lA IViV 



SQIEN [STATES 
PROBATED HERE 



An FUmd vn 



I 'M>b»l«.s and idniln'.straUnti^ 
is«iicit out, fjl th. .Suprffiif I'-nirt «t 
HritiAh c:olumbl» during IhP r'ii-'^t 

SUirtiiria Ilarrbi Put, iit.-li h-'.rf 
OlAU prnbAtr racftlt-d. Briiuh ('<->- 
hunbla estate, M.SM); toul c^ut/-. 
•MB.4M, 

Robeit Oftwn Bwitoffton Bwi- 
dook. BicUgt freteto r w rt l w d; Brit- 
Ml coiunhi* fMta. irja; total 

QMnie WUUftin Dlxoo. kte of 
TMorla, vho dlM at Vnnrouver on 

VIMruarr !», I92y, p-^uu- s '.iTl 

Prrdenck George H»-<il iau- of 
Tflkviiv HC, wtio died H' T-:>,-v;. 
i.n M.>M h fi 19?7 r.itat.- Jl VID 

Vltmr.i*, who Uicd Vmlorirt uii 
AprU 9. 1929; e«Ut«. $2M§. 

Lucy Louiae Burrow*. Iftt* of Vto- 
torU, who dM ftt VhHorl* on AprU 

SophI* Clasrtoa Haley, late of 
Oordon Head, who dlrd at Victoria 
on March 21, 1929: csUile 1444. 



Slum Itl SY HOM ll 



■Vhf Y W f ■ A Board held i^,- 
inonlJily inti linB on Friday, in Hii" 
board room of ihe aasoclation- Mrs. 
RuAKcIl. Uir prc^fiUienL. oocupled the 
obalr. Interesting report* were road 
Uw work dona toy ttw dtfEeront 
wpftimlltoM 

The bouH wwim l tU n repotted 
thai wary room bad bwD filled dur- 
&« April and ttiat «HBy pooplo iMd 
bud to be referred to otber places, 
•van the amex Had ntore appUea- 
Uoaa than eooM be flOed. Twenty- 
nine nieeHngi were bald In tbe club- 
room and pulan dUEttent 
Boctetlpji 

TTii- ('hlldrrn s StJary Hour" waa 
1 lr.,'.e<l on the Ifl.'st ftaturdav In April 
Att-cr Ihe stories wrrr t«k! 'he . hil- 
dren were treated to ice cream and 
a baUoon vtren to eadx obb^ eo mil 
went away happy. 

A eooeeri wae put on by ttw Wel- 
oeoM CM In aid of Y.W.OA mrk 
In China, when 914 wai realized 

Ute membera of the rlauea tn 
china palntlns and basketry held 
an exhibition of the work done dur- 
ing the Winter months. Thi<^ war 
very eoccesefuL The member&hip 
oommlttbe reported seventeen re- 
newal* and eight new membsrt. A 
Blft of lis lovely dreiser covers was 
rm-'-i\<'d Iruin the Hawthorne Circle. 
King i Uaughteis. Tbese were moet 
aeoepiaUe aa they «m greatly 
needed. 

Tbe IVaTelen' Aid aearetary met 
IW boaU and Ofty-elcht iralna and 
huAPs In April, and assistance was 

given to thirty-eight people. 
Mr.s RiL'is*^!!, In reporting for the 
Pnir nf Nuiiofi"," to be held on Oc- 
lolwr 2 itrid !!, told of a very imccess- 
(ul meetlna held on May i. when 
representatives from several differ- 
ent societies were present azid ex- 
pressed their wlUingness to asaJet in 
maUnff Unit a eii Besi. A nteetlne 
wlU be held on Mdoy. June 14. at 
8 o'clock, to fnrtlMr dlaMiiB plans. 

CADET BBPECfftW 

Rr-.^r Aclmiml (iorilon Campbell Is 
Fleased With Appsaranee s( 



Rear Admlrml netaphell. V.c 

OAO. toupeeted tbe 8ca OMieU on 
Friday evenlnf. 

After the Inspection, the Admiral, 
In his address to the tioys. eihorted 
ibem to always remember they were 
learning to become cittsenK of % 
great country with womK-rfiji rx- 
IMiruilon ahead, and nevrr to (to to 
bed wuhoMt thinkMiK of what they 
hull done tor that couiUrv through 
the day Tho*c whn l-..td [MUKht for 
their country were uic la&i lo think 
Of eauBlnc van, be pointed oat. and 
vUhed tbam to ttalnfc of advancing 
ihetr country, not through wan. but 
through peaoe channels. To those 
who Intended to enter the Royal Ca- 
nadian Navy no better prospect was 
awaiting s boy. btjl he urRed ihem 
to look at nrmtejt nnd nnvtr.'t locks 
on a door, not aggressive. de- 
tenaive 

At the rnnrhwlrm, Ihre"^ i hrer<i 
were given for the AdLnlra! 

The Adnilral coni pi linen ted the 
executlTe on the saoart appearance 
or tbe boy& 

Present, among olhan; klepre- 
sentlng tbe Navy lieacue ■laaiUve. 
Mr E w McMuUen. prerident: 
faptain c P. L. Money, vtoe-pree- 
iil'-ni. Mr. P. F. CtirUs, honorary 
T'^iwiurer and chairman Sea Cadet 
'ommlite^ Pnvmajiter Captain C- 
W r John^imi, Ifutenant W. M 
HoUmu). Capi*in ii Kirkindate and 
Captoin E Ci Alrtxlc. serreijirv 

The Admiral was introduced by 
Ueutenant-Coraoiander Muna\ 

Tbe lAdlee' Auxiliary to the Navy 
iMvue. Vletona Bmncb. was weU 
represented by Mra. Mnskett. vice- 
pvwrtderl; Mrs. Hotham. and a num- 
ber of other ladles. 

The bays wgre In obHfa at Ideu- 
tenant THte Uid BnMAtiH— snt 
Henry. 

AnionK tho*e present were noticed 
the Hon P P Burden. MirUstcr of 
Land.*, who \s taking a great Inter- 
r-M in the work, and Incidentally, 

enrolled his son la tta* 
uadet Corps, and Sr. S. W. Saab, 
who is also tafclBt • gtiwn ttilarcst 
tn tbelekgua. 

OONRABLS 



VANOOUVSR, May II -Reninrk- 
Ing that tbe evidence tendered was 
confUoUoff and that be could not 
possibly rccMer a OOBVMbm. ilMf * 
litrale Plndlay today ovdored a «!»- 
mlrsel ol tbe pvjwy dianie Ibid 
agalaat OonsUble Dennis Johnson, 
of the poUoe. The charge wa« 
preffrred by Donald S. MaxwMl. re- 
dlDtlr acquitted on a charge of re* 
leasing a prisoner from custody, who 
alleged lh«t Johnson itave faliie tes- 
Umocjr during that trial. 

wwm MS HI w€5Sb 

HERINOTON. Kansas* May II.— 
ftar unidentlfled Mexicans a 
drowned. Uiree more were reported 
ndselng. and at least tm pervms 
«kerv> In hospitals sofTerlnc from in 
jurieA and ezposun as tbe raeult of 
a sudden Hood of Ume Creek wMili 
flvept thraugb this town lodiy aflw 
a n algbt^taeb tamtfaat M rate. 

VIectiv* Mtty 11^ tbe aftemaoB 
boat to VaiMWM Mtt 4«ye Vte- 




Expert 
II Hainiressinq 

CaofJtte Beauti/ ) 
PaHoar SentcCf 





INCORfOKATlD MAY Igyg 




Orter S(o«. el H^oMjpef. Ymklm. Eimmim, Cdior^ LM r^ NtUm, ¥mwm. KmUm mi K 



Phone 1670 






Here comes the Bride— the outstanding figure on that great and important 
occa^on— the greatest occasion in her life. What bride-to-be doesn't dream of 
the appearance slie will make diirinp rhn^c few important minute!;' Our store 
presents a style paradise specially lor her— a place where she may choose all her 
needa with the complete assurance of receiving the maximum o£ style, value and 
servkc. 



Wadding Gowit of Stylo aid Boouty 

Charmingly-Styled Frocks in alccved or sleevelei* modeli 
and in materials of white georgette, taffeta and net, -with 
insets of lace, dainty flonnces, circtilar flares and hooped 

r '-^-ts. There are cleverly de^iKncd ncrklines. lace Hrapes 
and new bow trimmings. Shcy*'n m white, in pale shades, 
or with a tondi of color. Prices from 



S25:0Qf6$49J0 

Ensembles for the Bride's 
"Going Away" 

What could be more effective than an up-to-date Knsemble 
Co-itumc in some such fascinating new material as flat 
crepe, figured silk, c obweh -wool voile or kasha? They have 
^iiort or long coats and feature the one or two-piece style of 

■ rlc in self material combrncd with contrasting fabrics. 

1 he new colors inchsde Byrd blue, grey Mirimar. Goya red. 
pastel, green and natural ahade.^. Prices from 

$27.95 to $49.50 
Bridesmaids' Frocks 

\ oM Will find an array of dainty styles with bouftftni and 
flared j^irts, coHarless necklines or new berthe and draped 
collars. Some shown without sleeves arc in taffeta, georg- 
ette and lace; others in lovely crepe de Chine, georgette or 
flat crepe have now sleeves and smart trimming of buckles, 
bows and lace. The lovely pastel shades incTuds^orchid. 
owder blue, bci^e. rn«. peach, stinni, Nile aod others. 

trices 

$13.95 to $29.30 

Fkwr. HOC 



TkoNowoit 

Costume Jeweiry 

Incliitlrd in our flisplavs arc 
the very smartest trinkets. aUo 
pearls in neck styles and long 
strand effects. 

Faadnathn Crystal Cboken 
At «S.BO, ad.BO and aa.SO 

Chencl Choken 
Fashion's fsvorite fsd, at— .ai*Oa. 
93.00, 98.00 and to_- flLSO 

Pearl Choker"* 
la charming Rf^'htatrfl M>le» from 
France. Prices— f LOO and aa.OO 

txing Pearl Strands 
Of Frsnrh imported creamy lui- 
irous pearls. Prtccd at.^.... 07.00. 
01O.SO. OtSJO and .010.SO 

Fbor.HBC 




Large Graceful Hats 

for Bridesmaids 

Artistic simplicity rcigiis in these Hats, but the details 
are gorgeous. They are shown in pastel or natural 
tijsi-.m- combine'! willi hair braids or lullr. and the 
trimmings are of artistic hand-made flowers, lace and 
pastel embroidery. They are indeed lovely models, 
most pleasing with the hri'le'^ninirrs frnck or witli the 
afternoon ensemble. Be sure to sec these dainly hats 

in our windows. Priced at _« ,..„^0.5Of 

fia.50, f 15.00 and - ft«>gO 





Modern and Modish 
Silk Hosiery 

Sheer Silk ChUfon 
Fall-Fashioned Ksysrr-Made Ho»r, 
wirh pointed heel and sheer silk 
from top to toe. Pure whiles are 
included amoiic an array of other 
new sbadek. All aim. Price, per 
pair tl** 

PnreTlmad 8ttk 

Practical Service Weight Silk Hom 
in white snd every desirable Saos- 
mer color. Saperb fllting and 
sde^aately reinforced. Price, per 
pair — .ai«OS 

Chiffon Hose de Loae 
Kayser Made Chiffon Hom, full- 
fasnioned snd silk to the top, and 
featnrins the fascinatint Twin 
Point heel. Shown in a lovely 
choice of esqaisite Summertime 
colors. All sizes. Price, pair . 




Bridal Veils and Orange 
Blossoms 

Of paramount imporiance are these dainty bridal 
acceftiories redolenr aa they are with so many 
poetical ns^eiations. The veils are of fUmy 
white bridal (uHe. and they are charminviv be- 
cominc, whether plain or HamhK en>)>rr>idrr'-d 

You have an Inierestinir ranj; ' - ii »■ pM' e* 
from . . - ™ O^.ao lo SIB.OO 

The Oranffe Blossoms, which arc Imporled (ran 
France, are io elustera, Wfcalbs W sprang and 
are prieeH from wm^ to VO-OO 



New items of 
Soasoiabloliitoroit 
in the Dru& 
DopL 

"Toujoir Moi" 
It a nrw .*nd csquisite perfume 
oisde l>v the hottsa of Cordar. 
l-dram sue fl.OO 

*1>aleroae** 

Ctivev us ■ new conitiin.itmii lA bath 
soap and pfrfumrii l>jit) i.ililei> tn 

•dial. ♦"•00 

Dorothy Gray 

la. abreast of ibc limes with a nrw 
Bnabwra arean aL-^„--L-^ — -0».o« 

Tre Jw 

Recommends a )iqiiid p''>w(ler to 
live thai tnchaniinfi ftou<heri> tan 
aft -„.OX.OO 

-Ivoria" 

Seeds as an cDtirety new style of 
toUctwtrc le Bnuh. Comb and 
tllnOr reatarfne fittnrntir de- 
Cnmpl"' - Sin.TR 

_Mam floor. HBO 



\\r 'If - I L' II J II. I mil r Kfidal veil* and will K» f^wA 
to d)n:u«« your, with you, and al»o Ihe fsscinat- 
inf problem of hnde»msids' hats. 
Oar charges era modcraic. 



The Important '*Going 
Away" Hat 

must hi hecAminn to the bride, who is, when 
malciniT her smilioi farewells, the observed 

01 all observer* Realijtnie Ihia. we haV* 
prr(vid«rl an almost infinite variety of rloM- 
fitt-nji pxv Itisive models fr<reca»linR the 

Midsummer mode and in the smartoi and 
most bccominc colors ebttinable. In addi 
Hon to hrighler tones we have very beeem- 
infr hau in all natural ahadca sad in natural 

rf.pira** ini; . f.l.*r PricCn aT.OO* 

aia.fiO. OIS.OO and ......910.00 

Floor* NBe 




pMo 



Ootm 



Dance Sen 
Excellent '.m' ' '''' ' " ' " pe Rloomcr 
and Bra«Mrrv l'd')'<- ><-t-, also Lace< 
Trimmed Bloomers and 9ttp-in» ia 
while and pa«iel sbadec Priced 

at oa.oo 

D^ly Sot WHh Rosebud Trteminca 

Consisting of earttr hell sad brssftitrc 
lo match. Made of white washable 
silk, daintily irimmtd with lace and 
rosebuds. White silk elastic inserts 
and ribbcm shooMcr straH f^sh 
these lovely tarwieais ia a mest at- 

ttairii\e way 

Hiat-'irrr pnfe , _._.Ot-^S 

I . ir'fr Rell, pr.re fS.SO 



Dainty Sets of Undergarments 
for tbe Bridal Trousseau 

These deliphlfnl ^rarmrnt^ are of heavy quality 
flat crepe. The set rotiststs i»f Trd'ltes. Slip, 
Nightgown and Uance Set. in lily white with 
dainty georgette ailk. lace or cream \ alcncicnnea 
lace triramioffB and pleau or tiny tucks. Priced 
at .! -1 fl8.75 and 9^7.60 

Silk Crepe de Chine SSpa 

These arc dainty Slips with lace- 
trimmed opera tops and plcaff 1 ifv 
arc shown in white and pasiri • 

Sites .t6 n> 42 Price .....^-^..^...OO.OO 

Dainty White CoraelelSag 
Ma'ie of white silk swsnri Ijtbllf 
bc>ned in back and diapbraflnt. These 
are very aAooih fittiaa gannenia, and 
fiaishcd with drtachablc shoald«« 
■treps end foar hoee supports. 
ei — — . — ™ — 00.00 

tOh Crepe de CUna Nigbtfawm 
There ere scvcrsi styles frem which tn 
select ia our assorlment of Stflc Crap'' 
de Chine Gowns, inclttdlilg taflored av<^ 
lace-trimmed stylce, with sn«»»"- - 
neck Choose from white 1 - 
shades. PnVe* OO-Oa an l 

— 5w«oiid Floor, HBC 



Gloves for tbe 
Ceremony and 
After 

White Kid Gloves 

The«e CharminR l-'renrh Imported 
<;i'>Ye^ are moit corrrrt. They are 
in a drei»y pull-on style, wilh self- 
slhcbed seams, snd are practical. 
100. for ihev are wrashable. Shown 
In all '■ire'i Price, per pair .. 00.05 

Colored Kid Glove« 
French filovcn in prrtly fiiiUnn 
fiyle, eneMtiii I'tttinjr, i*a>lt 
ahle 1 hrsr arr »liown in l!ie 
>niaTlCftt lolur toiieb. including pu*- 
1 r I , mode and grey. Price, per 
I>»ir .... 0*.IM> 

New Washable Suede Olovee 

The?ie deltghlrid ('.loves al«n cnme 
from France. They h»vr rli-iriinng 
lurn-hark emhroideretl rnfT^ ami 
iminin (i> m^fch. They arr practi- 
ral in wear and perfect m fit They 
are shown in mode, itrrv ai"! pa^ 
telle. Pr'Vr, per pair gS.BO 





Footwear 

WaddiBt Hwaa 

Smart while satin sHp-ln pomps; 
also white kid ind calf fancy broad 
Or narrow straps. Cohan or Bpen- 
isb heels. Prices. 00.00 to SIMO 

Travelling Shoes 

Crey and beiite Itid, fsfhionerl wilh 
rnntra'linjl frtlor Strap* and fancy 
huckle. t uliaii heeli Priced at. iiT 
pair - Oll.OO 

Sports Wear Shoea 
Very fman anr! ™ttrar»'\p «l>nr» <<~>r 
sp<irtii wear Ma le r.f th^ nrwe^! 
leathern .Shown in cfu-.nie cjilt in 
<■'■]. jt^ nf ■ton' an-l I>riiie ^vith con- 

' - 1 . 1 • .li - ,1 ;><( I )tllilr X ( uliheT 

r- t.rr;, I'rice, pair, •S.gO 

A Dainty Handbag 

Yoa will enjoy chooeiag, and the 
bride wW Might in accepting, one 
of the^e correct and dainly hand- 
bags, riirhty lined and fitted, and 
shown in i1>e nrwe>t leathers and 
with the tnia[t'- = T 4nd latni frames. 
Lido fawT), I aftil.an mi. ntit 
hrown afiH ►>lai k are lainrrd 
*hait'- ^ nil xill he p«rticiiUtl> 
- ■ j-> : ' ■ Kack strap parser 
anu iirap tiar><1'« pourh hsndbaRii 

m real calf and goaisliin. Priced at 
00.00, 010.00, 910.00 .fld UP 

m - ^ oto.oo 

FW.HBC 



Refrigerator Week 

May 13 to 18 




EliftniHat'd Food W'.-j si e and 
Protect the l^amily Health 

It's real economy to own a Refrigei.i !. r you can 
save food which othenvise would have to be thrown 
a\^av In the v^rv wanne--t part oi' the Summer yoii 
can be sure of kccpmg food ircsh and appcli/.ing. Step 
in and see the varioas models which we art now 
ahowine ... ^ . 

The Monarch All-Metal Refrigerators 

Are finished in all-white Oiico, wtih nickel-plated calrb aiwt 
hinges. Calvaiiired lined ice cliamher. Si*e 46 inches lu^n 

.12 inchei wide, and 17 nu he.* deep. Price— J.ti* J '* 

Same model, but finished m grey duco . . M*^-*** 

Classic Refrigcratota 

Uade by the famniu lirni of Rranlfr-ril. Cla*«if Refriaerat. .i * 
are guaranteed lo give every ^atistaclion. There are >eveial 
difiercni mndeU to choote frooi— s tiao, a Style aAd a price to 

fill every need. 

Height Width Depth 

41 X io X 18 oaa.OB 

44 X 29 a 19 -OOO.KO 

44 X JO X 19 '081.60 

46 X .M X 20 OBS.OO 

. 49 K 30 X 21 _ 000.50 

Any of the above refrigerators, may be purchased on our de- 
ferred psyment plan. 



No. .\Z 
No. .M 

No. yM 
No. 319 
No. 321 



riec ice 

By arrangement with The 
R. V\' i I s o n Company, 
with every Refrigerator 

pur i"lui-('il <1 VI r i II K the 
coming; week wc will give 
a book of coupons en- 

IiTliriE^ the holder lo 

200 Lbt. of Ice Delivered 
Feaa of Charge 




New Styles in Furniture for 
the Bride's New Home 

In our larce and well-assorted strx'ks of furniture yon 
will find Itedroont Suites and DintnE'-Knnm Suites rrf 
the most modern type as well as those in the ever 
popular period designa. We cordially invite you to 
inspect our displays and to inquire about ottr 

Popular Basjr-Payment Plan 

-which enables ytxi to select a whole h'^ti^efnll of fur- 
niture, a aingle jiuitc or an odd piece ami have it deliv- 
ered to yottr home by paying 

Only 10% Carfi 
The payment of the balance may be spread over a 
period of nine moalhs. 

New "Art Modaraa" Bedroom Sultee 
E>ceed>nclv Charming Suites in Oriental Walnut, tn Ihe new 
mndernxtu «tylr. rnnufsling of fuU-sijie bed, chiffonier, Isriir 
dre»*er fiti^d wilh (iolhir niirnir, imaii-handrd front*. MarV and 
>tlvrr plaird drop l»ainJlei. atid fhair covered in i.tp'-.trv 

A very attractive suite. Complete -~ — . . SadW.OO 

Terms: $24.90 down and balance in nine monthly paynuaMik 

New -Art Modame" Dtokig tolte 

A Very Cleverly Designed Suite in mahoKsny, ftrrithed wWi old 
ivory platiue decnralions and inlaid borders. This handaooM 
saite rnnsists of buffet, china cabinet, extension table and act of 
•ia chairs with modernistic ailk tapestry acat^. Complete 

(•r WO-OO 

Tama: $3E5,9(i down «nH t.atanrr .<< r-.in/- mmi'iiiv payMenta. 

New Style Chrsterfield Suite* 

' - feat urine Ar"\ Cltc-tfr lirl'l w ir li v. ni'- ' 1,m arm arH 

separate piltow, wide walnut ""how i*nnd" catvrij trame and 
feet. The sinl^ inelude^ oTie lartj^ hi|th-l>aclt arm rh»ir anri on^ 
*in.i" r":'' '11' ' ti i'r "f rti ' |itliin.il|v pUaiMiiK ilr.ijril I lie l"^'dy 
I :■-<.. I Itl laiipr niohatr, with Irini hffured vclour, Prtec, 

. ,,M.pi. ir ,, ooaa.oo 
$22.50 down and balan • r> < < ' 

—Fourth Floor. HBC 

New Seamless Frencb Wiltons 

In Bxclttsive Daaigns and Colorings 

riiTf are fringed Riiijs of exquisite fpulity, with smaH 
patterns un blue ant) cream gmunds. Suitable for hallv 
living-rooms or hedr-iom* Shown in four sires. 

4.S fl. a 6J ft OOT.OO 7.M ft x 11.2 ft. .—•TT.OO 

6.S ft X 9.9 ft fOCOO 9JE ft X 12J ft OOOJSO 

— TM Floor, HB€ 



Tbs Ira Hmm ShMli 
Int • MuNr 

A li.jovrr. the aristocrai of all 
c.irpet (leanerft, will keep your 
rutT'^. your draperies, your np- 
hohiered fortiiturc spccklesaly 

riean. 

Hay Wc Give Yon a FrM 
Home D erao oa tra tion? 
Phone 1690 





TO 




Glittering 
Gifts (or 
the Bride 



At 



Francis' 
Removal 

SAL 




SPECIALS IN 
DIAMONDS 

^ISM Value for 

\'alac for 

iH>n V alue for 
«aT.60 

«ioaoo vsiue riM- 

RING SETTINGS 
I I -vetlings. in 
1 4k lo isk gold, yel- 
low, green or whH«. 
Values to |20. WMte 
they U»t. cut lo 
•B.OO 



Fancy I'epper «nd Salt Slukm. 
vilue SOc 

Now , 



ReguUr 

15c 



t/eni " Strap Watch. Wry fine IS jrurl 
inovemcnt in Uncy k"'^ ' " '' ' 
cucN. Absolutely jptat 

S?"'!""*^ $13.95 

fiO lnch Pearl Necklet, a knot 
each bead. |2.00 valoe 
for, each — — • 

3- Piece Tea 
$14.50: 

Now 



59c 

Set, silver plated. Regular 

$105 



Cut Glass MarmalaHf Jars, Cream Juk^. 
Va»e«. Etc Regular |I.OO. 30f« 
Now . «WM». 

Bytry Article in dw >tan Reduced 
Except Coonack Qoodi 



F 




Francis 



1627 DOUGLAS 



THE nAlUr COLOKTST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUXOAY. MAY 12, r 

STABLIZINli 



Ss, Salvage King Battles to 
Save Burning Boobyalla 



Retiring From Business 

Foster's 

MAY 
Fur &aie 
Bargains 

Madam, whether you need 
ft nrw Fur (_'oat <ir Stnlr 
now or not, you cannot af- 
ford to mist our month of 
MAY Pur Sale Bargains 
All ^nnents are 1929 styles 
and — 

Many Coats Are Going atLessThan Cost 

In tins gi^cat month nf May spec^al^ we have maiJe it possible 
far every w.»man Co own a New Fur Coat Fre« storage in 

ACCOMMODATING TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED 




VOTE: We are also nffcrini; sjilc prices on all renwdeling 
and repair work. 



Phcet 

At great p«rU two of the crew 
deecended to th« engine - room, 
nhoutlng out Oomlnjr'* oame 
itirough the n-4r otf the flamea 

There waa no aiuwer. 
Had hr ticu Hindered UDCORSdous 

o> kilt- H^.i lii luliitta •»Jtu iciTiT.C hCAt? 
No Sign o( the niKMiiR man i.ouW 
be found so the others uuwtlUngly 
rsme up for tneh mix, tbenutfvea 
nearly choked and wltti elochlng 
«m'%*tw l^lrUler atiempta to enter 
tile eofloe-roocQ went barred by a 
vaU of aaetlitng flra wbUdi meii 
adngly dared tagw \o danh 
through. 

pmsPABE to ABAKOON 
TbroMiv.iD neb lew arUclei of 
appanri that they opuld gather, the 
twenty-six membrrji of the crew 
were ordrrr-i bv Oapialn Thonuen 
to lower Ihf Uleboala and be jwe- 
l>ii,rc'l Ut abandon ship All hope waa 
given np tor Lwrntny, it being 
thoiiK'H he h.td U't n burned to 
death Hi .suug^lc u> reach the 
ladder. 

It wafi Lmpoaslbk! to aeod «ut an 
SOB^ tor the wlieJess depended 
upon the ihlp'B dy&aaio for power 
and the engines had Immediately 

been stopped at the flnt dgn of the 

red terror. Operator Oeorne Johnson 
had no emrrK-'iicy transmitter to 
summon aid. but. i.Lood by his receiv- 
ing outfit to learn wheLln-r any vm- 
sets w»r.' !n ihr Immediate vicinity. 
If ..:>hin sight tt would be 

po^-. r .v:n!i! them. 

THKOl'GII VKNTIl-tTOR 
As Captain "niomsen waa debat- 
ing whether to order all hands off 
the BoobyaUa, a loud tapping was 
heard In ooa of the fmir-foot TenU> 
latora aerrlng to supply the engine- 
roam wttti fneb atr. Dna fumei 
of aerld amoka wen pouilag from 
the opening. 

OILER BBSCUED 

Rushing to the mouth of th» veit- 
tilator. the voice of the musbig OOcr 
was heard, tanplarinc Is fasplni 
tones ihoae without to remove the 
'ting and let him out of Us tWtt- 
^ary prison. As csm Bttn ItiB ovnr 
rushed to his aid. 'ralUnc to remove 
the graUng they lUted the heavy 
ventilator twdUj from Its woeiUi and 
soon had the etaoUng man laid out 
on Atck.. 

Within a few mlntltflB he had re- 
covered and explained to hla res- 

cuer.i that he had brmrnf Irwt in the 
imokp whUe aUempunj{ turn off 
:-j.-o of tiie oil pumps. With no foot* 
iiKid &ave Lhe heads of smaU rivets, 
he had wriggled his way up to Iteah 
air and was nearty fimatlo irhen the 
obatructlon barred his way. 

Blankets from Uie men's taunks 
f.erc tied over all venttlatora and 
openings in an attempt to smother 
. the fire, but to no avail, for It 
-seemed to burn mort fu rcffiy. throw- 
ing off cloudi of Uiiclt .iniPlte. S*! 
Princes* Kathleen. Captjiln Thoma.s 
Rippon. hove In sight at 5:30 o'clocit 
nnd 500D WSg Wlthlo hsUttlS dls- 
tance 

TIKLP ARRIVES 

Through ihp Kathleen's wlreleas 
j apparatus a message was sent to 
5i^;itti" ii> the Pacific Steamship 
' ri.ifuiy and irtttiln a short time 
■Ai:- reply came that aid was to be 
summonM from Vkttorla. The Sal- 
vage Klnc r a ipn p dwd and was ac- 
bontpu^ br the Island Tug A 
Barge tug BBpldDa. 

DEVELOPS UST 

By 7 o'clock the BoobyaUa had de- 
veloped a sUghi list to starboard. 
She was powerless to fight the fire 
herself for all pumps worked by 
elactrkd^ and then was none 
available. 'Hie Captain^ cabin boy. 
J. Henundaa. worked for five hours 
savinir all he could In the way of 
rioLhinic and navigating irulruRienta 
SUeanu of water from powerful 
hose were poured into the engine- 
room of the freighter and one of the 
hatches lifted in an attempt to get 
at the heart of the fire. A burst of 
flame and smoke greeted ihf sal- 
vrir=; {mined by a sUOng draft With 
ai; p it>l. pr.-ti the Salvage King 
' < ik Ihr bu.tung vessel In tuw for 
lUlmalt. where it was Intended to 
jitle her In abaUow water. The 
ithleen left. docUag at VlcUirla at 
iO o'doek. fti route to port the 
; iiitM] states Ooastguanl cutter 
ilaida came atongriOe. tfiartlj after 
8 o'clocftL 

SYSTEMATIC ATTACK 
Arriving at Esquimau, the Booby- 
nlla wa5 towed tn a point some 000 
fwt off the Wllfert Lumber Ooin- 
pany and the Rooebank Ume Oom- 
puny'ii wharves. She vean anchored 
{'ire and aft In six fathnnis o( water 
nri a rait wnt to Victoria for the 
: ■ dcpRrtment io ruhh out with 
niiifO fire exilngulshlng liquid 
iijfiAlt. ftnd fiiJ! fire-righting 
.ipnirni the firemen «trii\p lo 
nbat the oil-fed flameK. but -At-Tc 
"jo forced to acknowledge dcfeai, 
tie fosmlte used having UtUe or no 
' !feet on the burning vessel. 
Six firr hose and ieveowl Unsa 
rrylng live steam under high pres- 
sure were then tn artir^n from the 
Salvage King. 'I'hr iinida stood a 
quarter of a mi if ^f-'r^m ready to 
do anytJ-.ii k- ;■>!■■ -..-.vc the ship, 

FtAR EXPLOSION, 

In the stem of the BoobyaUa were 
two full oil tanks and three more 
forward. AH day and through the 
night It wa^ fearfd that (he fire 

nilBlit ^el lo Ihcm and n (1i..a.-J,roijft 
fXploelnn rrvult A (Hill', of ether 
alf-o stored in thf imint loi-kcr, 
and If lhe ri.imr , re.n;hed the ether 
there would a1 n be aa equally 
devastating rxpIosi'<n. 
Mr. w Rny. Htrond engllieer of 



tank 




la the omokr and remm-e the 
TTatr sDiotheri^d he finally 
loAfT dr^'k. rushed back 
-AH^iii rtiui ihrew the tank over- 
board, much to the adtntratkm of 
his fellow officers. 

By 3 O'clock In the aftamoan the 
frctghtfr hsd ft bad Ue* to ^r- 
board, aa werken vaUaBtlr strove 
to get the fb* wdar oantrot Oap- 
ialn J. M. M eeno n . naator of the 
aalvage Klnt. atad Mr. T. W. Allan, 
superintendent of the Paelflc 
Salvage Comptny, workad with the 
rest. Lakini! their turn at the 
wlnr.h«*fl rnd helping handle the 
hose tines 'I^i'Icl' the Iwonis of the 
Boobyalla iTn.-^hrd into Uif wir-.-lfs-. 
aerial of ihf SiUvuK^ King, ripping 
off the win?;. Smukr was stlU pour* 
Ing from every po&alble tnttlet on 
the TBSsrl. even through tarpaulin 
lashed over every ventilator, through 
the aft daekhouae. the forward ven- 
lUatcn and the hatcAi oovar ta Che 
weU deck. 

FQfty feet tram the rudder work- 
en off the salvac* vassel out a large 
hole In the aide of the freighter 
with BJtes and an air t>orlng 
machine it v.&s hard gumg when 
the Rtrel celling of Uie ship waa 
reached In/tead nf w&u-r pouring 
Into the Inferno, the openuig only 
served to fan the flames and, look- 
ing over the side of the Salvage 
King, the fire eoold be ptalnly seen 
biasing Inside. 

ON EVEV KEEL 
A four-Inch hnre was run through 
the hole when It was found Im- 
possible to scuttle the BoobyaUa. If 
wat^r had po>jred through the 
opemng it wculd have clied-ed the 
Are far quicker than the hpee lines. 
Beveral attempts wera made to open 
the aft ha tehee, but each Ume 
workers reaUaed that the toruahlng 
air odIj audi ibings worse.. 

At B o'ckKk In the afternoon a 
hif|o omtrtfugal pump, supplied by 
sM watar through ten-inch pipes, 
was Utted up on the loredeck ol 
the salvage vessel with the help of 
maaiberB of the BoobyaUa's crew 
at - w a a soan powmg cas ca d e s of 
water Into the hatrhwav located In 
the well det'k of ih.- flv lKhr.-; The 
heavy hose linfs rreaU'd a fine mist 
ainuKt like u Ujc at the stem of 
the ship uus ilic-y played water over 
the deckhouse of the burning craft. 
Other articles ol clothing and equlp- 
meot were removed from the Booby- 
alla as It was seen her crew would 
not be ahle to spend the night 
aboard their diip. 

DECKLOAD REMOVED 

By 9 o'clock so much water had 
been pumped Into the freighter that 
she was almost riding at anchor 
on an even keel, lite fire was also 
burning less Oercely tn the stem. 
With a large scow tha H(n>ktngs 
came alongside and started to take 
off the deckload of shingles. It was 
intended to pump the BoobyaUa as 
full of water a.s possible to get at 
the heart of the lire and then 
patch up the hole in the tiull and 
pump her out sqain 

UNDER rO-NTKOI. 

At 1 o'clock tins nu rnuiii the fire 
was s'lll bumuii:, but Aorkfis hoped 
to have It completely undor ronlroi 
before daylighi So badly ta the 
BoobyaUa bur.-ied th^t doubt 
expressed \r<,vvf'.\; nrw ■•hf wcuid 
ever be m .rr- ' 

SIM t II I< A 1 1U\^ 
A wi" 'flf'ii '.r. ■ sri'' 'a n.'-.n-.7--.i,;ii 
of 2.457 lift uin--. the UoobyAllji wh-. 
buUt by r'Rtierson & McEtonald 
Shipbuilding C'^mpany at 84.>fLttlp in 
October, 1910. She Is i681 leet lune, 
48J feet In t)eam and 347 fen drep 
and tfi registered at San i^aiii^i.' , 

Her itlater ship*, the C^lnllamb^il 
and Ooolsha. oo'Ji hsic iud wriou.s 
accident-^ Tii'' (ThaiUunura wtnt 
aj^hore and brr.lti- her back ittat year, 
the Coolatia mating lhe same fate 
near Albert Head about four years 
ago. 

The crew of I he Boobyalla laxt 
eventnK were i^.j-irtered atxnrd the 
Salvage K.ing, pending arrange- 

menbi r.R to th'7'r accommodation 

by thf ship I :i(t;. 



rahie 



METIL ]mi 



Conllaeed frswi Pag* I 

to c p era tcra, mad* *t im- 
prataaUe that a higher g t a WH aa t l nn 
prlee would take plaoe. 
With regard to lead and sloe Mr. 

Young felt that the prices would be 

•(Ublli»d at rates higher than had 
t>een in exwtenr*' f^r the past ten 
years, owniif to the increased use* 
of the metab m cnmmercc I'ho 
AiBOclutrd MetaLs Corp^.iralinn lunl ' 
A reit-.ircli biirtau sludvlni: 'he df- 
vclupment ol the uses of tmc and . 
lead in new forms of industry, and 
the sequel of such Investigation 
must be benefkrlal In stimulating 
production In the mines He thought 
tt would be part.lnilarly ImiwrUnt I 
la relation to ipiid riser\i's i.-i Hnti.ih i 
Columbia, with ine incrruMiH: i .iii 
for the metal In indu.si.iy 

Prom 0 stantiiiolnt of genftai .vhI ■ 
and .Mock cxrtmn'te oiwra'i.iiL- in 
aharra of metal corporations, Mr 
Voung pointed out how Industrials 
iiad advanced far taster proporUcn- 
ately than mining enterprise stocks, 
and that the metal-mining industry I 
had not hod a bull market until thr 
present. The activity in oil sto<;k:, 
he did not think, would deprt-sfc 
fiietal-miniTiK invemtments, Iwcousc , 
oil operations hm! not rppiched the 
Rtagp of metiii F rr.ri'i: - , wliore 
proper economies pr<.>diicUon hiul 
settled down to a firm tMsls. 

Speaking of the genenU financial 
situation tn its ralatkm to reopening 
of mlninc undertakings, Mr. Toung 
sakl: 

"Ahnosk dally ressumpUon of op- 
erations are reported on propmies 
long Idle because of inability to rf- 
finance after inltml capital had 
been exhausted Wlih copper and 
other basic metalA in stronger posi- 
tion and m teres I tn mining general- 
ly increased, mtoe owners and or- 
ganlxers are sseklng lo capitalist the 
opportunity. But It la not the first 
outlay that makes a mine. 

"The history of mining is replete 
with failures due to Inadequate fi- 
lutnclnx and uneconomic opertLtion. 
which defects could not be curod i/> - 
cause of the limited re.so>jrcps fr m 
which earnings coiild be di'pend'd 
upon and ^thcr handicaps rrn .mn- 
tered by the small individual mm 
It Is not tureaaonable to asaumc 
tbatthe same ooodltlaca win pre- 
vail In the future. 

"In order that mining operations 
.shall have reasonable a^-siirnnr-f oi 
fiUccpM operatlon.'i must, be projerrrd 
under competent and expert dirfv- 
lion nnd 'iufdri^-nt rapiial imisl be 
uvallablc' to plnrf th.- prnprrlir.'- on 
a paying ba.si-^ Ii. f!i.- lii.,-.- (rynin.: 
has twen regarded, und quite prop- 
erty, as highly qieculattve. The only 
way In which to lake It out of that 
classlftcation Is to distribute the 
ride broadly by mearv of diversifica- 
tion In aoumw of earnings under =— - 
one unit management, which means I c^areDoe 
removal from dependence upon a' 
■Ingle metal rtr LvalHv young. 

The Finanti.il Digest, m 1B26 re- 
ferrM 'M M- \'tJtinK as foUows: 

"C'lObe LO the heart of WaU Street, 
B. UarshaU Young, aasootate pub- 



but Quality too 



Here they are . . . 
product and offered by 



the biggest food values oi the week. Every one a well-known 



Canadian Service Stores 

Only at pricea diat cannot be compared elaclrtiere in the city. Come in tomorrow and 
save nKMuty for tbe other Uttle tfainga you want by availing yourself of tbeae bargaina. 




Another 



ROBERTSON'S MARMALADE. 
(Ooldcn 8hrad)« 4-ab* dn 



Special 

74c 



Extra 

Special 

1 lb. Blue Ribbon Coffee, I 

Silver CttSit C9c 

Spoon _ OOO 

New Zealaai Butter 

$1.33 

32c 
49c 

B.C GmiMsd SUGAR 

20 Iba. $1.30 



Finest Grade, 
3 tfaa. lov.;^ 

BBST POODS RSLISH SPRED, 

modhun size ——-.^ — 

GREENGAGE PLUMS, Urge tina, 

a.ioc... 



THESE 



SPECIALS ARB 
STEWART'S 



Esquimau Road Phone 9S0 

BETHUNE QROCBRY 
Cloverd.ile Avenue Phooe 2678 

JOHN B. FULLER 
Hillside Avenue PbaM 741 

THOMPSON'S 

Fairfifld and Coolt Strtet Ptiooe 4M7 

BEAUMONT GROCERY 
Biqnfanalt Road PbOM StS5 



OBTAINALB AT THE POLLOWtMQ WOttt 

pintiyn 



Vatea Straat Phone tm 

COLQUITB OROCBBY 
Colqitltf Celqptea 8Y 

EG BAILEY 
Bnmtda Road mmm 1S37 

HARRISON'S 
Oak Bay Avenue Pbeoe 1033 

PKRNWOOD GROCERY 
Parowood Kojd Phooa 7^ 

BARNES- GROCERY 
Vfataria West Pbeae 4730 



DUkn who. whOe itUlj 
has captured the inKgtna-| 
lion of The ftnandal woild. woo for 
hliTi.<<elf a position among the world's { 
leaduig bankers. Mr. Young's abUlty 
to see the overlords of Wall Street 



ILsher of IDe Financial World, and as human, rather than aa unap- , 
.regular Digest contributor, presents I proafhable magnates hm ft.vinciatlon 
*.vf i wwther of those sparkling pen per- 1 with those whom hr ixfftrayv and 
trait* lor which he is so well kncwn 
Rrccntly It wah MorRan. niorv r- - 
Lcntly A'torncy-Gfneral Ottiiiycr. 
ihi;- moiilh it Mnrrf>w, ncxl rn'^nth 



hu Ituhtne.'cs of touch a.s a wnlrr ol 
trUrlf-s authentic. vK colorful, all 

. ..mbine to make him among the 
most widely read ai ttnanelal wrltert 



DEtROiT PAVS 







1216 Government Street 



Phone 1537 



-■r-fring— New WoA or Repalro 



I^e Send Men Out 

To Do Any Light f 

\ rf anila*. N '■j la/ir*i.T, wiring Scrrrn*, Kt<- 
Wr will come to /our itouie and give an estimate wilhont any 

Charge or obUgetion. ^ ^ 

iMl Pbeoa Ue 

TheRtdH^CrMtWorkthtp 



SS< Inl.n. 



It ;ifri 



Lipi BILL 

Conthwed from Pag* 1 

The export flgures orr those ol !h< 

t>ntarlO Pr 'vltiriul t ir.vrrnm' ti: 

The IinlU'd Klates custom., torte 
in tlie local district. reported selaurea 
in the year ending July, int, of 
laUotts of wblilcy and 14^ 
gaUoDi of bear. 

Ui)t;Olt IS •TITT* 
Of oourae. the •&0.000.000 wor' 
of liquor Ls at least Lrrbled by the 
evi^naive alcohol and whUky 
"nitting" planta in operation here. 
An American bootlegger who 
smuggles or buyx a cojw of good 
Cauiadlan whisky wnuid nni think 
of oelUnK 11 05 mrived by hl^ 
clientele The liquor firnt to a 
■ cutting plant ' where, by the adUi- 
llon of alootaol, watar and coloring 
and other Ingredients, It Is increaaed 
lo from three to six cases rrady lot 
botiung In authentic -looking bottles. 

The beer u not cut. but the 
manufacture of beer here l^ on »uc*i+ 
a large iicale and has t}r-«>n perfected 

„, , . a . lo >(uch a de«rrr ti/ai manv veteran 

lhe SalvaRc Klnft, volunte ered to IO |b,fr drmkcra cooIbm thnr msbUlty 
— ^'^^ to the dlfleranea between borr 
ni J J U/ I I they know haa been made in Uctrott 

DlfluQCr VVeclKIieSS and b^>r ,iT4>orif^d fMm Canada. 

Getting-Up-Nights Death Threats 

Mark Southern 
TexiOe Sirike 




mgr.:,, n 

of irrices 



On the NEW Models 



Some Eyes Overwork 



Imperfect rvrs do not necessarily mean dhn vuton. for quite good 
vision it ohcn ofataioed by straimng. So long as the eyes can 
obtain (by extra exertioo) pCTfaol visien. ihqr wSl do ae, and ti 
it ihis continual effort from morning until evening — hour after hour 
and day after day — that catties mtich of our headache, neuralgia 
and uihia duvmis treeMkhi* 

A Scientific EunuBabon alone can disclose the real condrhon in 
such cases, and comclly adjusted giaita wnll remova all trouble. 
Have us give yen tfate affvioa; 



Associate: 
A A. BLYTH 



A. P. 




TIT7 
Covenunent 



Qakkly Relieved 

l"^iK* ler MAN* T*»r« 

What a vnnd^M'Jl comfort ll )■ lO Ur^P 
• tl nl«hi «ml noi f«t up en«* irm 
Sikildrr w»ai[iMH tas trruaUon 

Tti# dailT annoraiiM. rmttoM nwhu «( 
mlMrr. hackMhe* and iMrrou* irrlloSUilF 
mat f*«n froei auedtr TnalUn %n 
vrwkliM Ih* IIVM 9t itmanndt vtte micai 
irtiwrwiM a* m Ow Smi ol iM«iui 

Tb il reiir b««i. ym nrntt ri«vr pr^t- 
(wl, tmlUi-OvlBi riaap and trMdom triay 
S*Ur irrtuu«t» Uiai'i vhr Dr Soutts 
vorUi'* PRATAae ciw ttftt\ Vfinil'rfol 
Mlittacuan 

Mmd* from • nwcUl formuli trd 
ta Uw Doe t©r • »uer#»»r»il prl»«i' pr*. -.ir* 
tat i»Mrif M rr-At* rRATAfwi i,*.-. -.i 
talrabl* frmn *nur dnwtut lirt tnet^it 
pIt' ftotn- uM. h»rw krauBht «<jiek bclp 
CMI conftM^ to tnmny ihnuMnd* 

Ko matur ttnat rnur **• mar b« nr tin* 
■oar BMli'-in** rnu ha*« uaad vithoiri 
■twMM- il want t« tan*: fvm havr a 
niMMUT ana -Hint tha rati af twaccful. 
Wtoaswi alMfk trr imATAaa Mdar Imu 
arwitM will rffu«e ih« tmt «r wrr nm 
M ft tea oM mu p w ai <ae«t.) 



ELIZABBTHTON. Tenn , May II 
—Additional property dcMrurtinn 
and a note threatfrutiR '.hr- iivrA of 
two workers wrrf (na)or devclop- 
menta In Happ> VaJlrv s textile 
rt-rlke today A born belonelng to 
-Tohn Arrnwr-id, nt Valley Porgc. a 
^nMiPtnr'nt near here, was bumM 
nv.r- momlna National Ouardxmen 
lound a note tied to a cornstaJk 
near tbe mlna. It read: 

It Johe Aiiwwi n d and Nal Bim- 
^jr enter Ibe Bcnbart plant to 
«erk had taaitar bUl thMr chii 
aa Ihey wUt nea get 




LOW SUMMER y 



AKES/ 



laltcLotiise... 

ON SALE 

MAY 22iMl to SEPT. 30th 

OetebMT atst im 
Emy B i sa l Trais-CMtiiMrtsI Trail SsrviM 

THK IMPUNAU • P.IR. My 

romtmn m^mwM%,nm,mu My 

TRANS-CANADA LIMITCD 

•.M p.m, da«y. a te Hlw g Mwy 12 
SM eia»»*«e Car Tr«i» 



tHROUttN TWAIWe TO CNICAMi 

THE MOtnrTA INKER. T.OO p^ delly. et a rtlwg 
AM sleepMg-ear tratai. 

eOC»-PACiriC CXPRUS, a-OO p.m. dolty, at i t l u g My L. 
etamdard •^ulpmewt. 

Ubaral »topwv»ra n-^i"*- 

Camdian Pacific 




' rUV. DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, H.C SUNUAV, MA\ 12, 1^29 




MMe Schiimami-ikilik 

wetid'i moat btbived prima doiuM 

ENNA aETTICK MELODIES 

Htfianwide Radio Broadcast ' 

Sunday May 12*^ 

KOMO, 4 P.M. 

' Listen to Eana Jettlek Me1ocIir«i, nponsnred hy the 
manura^'tiirerflof EnmJcttirk Shoes whospeciol- 
ize In witlths ftora AAAA to EEE and in sices from 
I to. 12- **Y0U need no longer be tola that you 

I hate an eapmiaiveJooU"— $6.S5 to $7.95 a par. 

MAYNARD'S SHOE STORE 




64'j Vaff. Street 



UiWVER SHOT DEAD 

OTTAWA. May ll^-UcutauuH 
Walter ThotnpAon, prominent youns 
lawyer of the oipltAt, died In hoe- 

pItAl frnm a bullet wound In thr 
head, which authorttlee bellfvp was 
r^ir-tnfllrted. lieutenant Thompson. 



Phone 1232 

a aob of Colooel Andrew TTiompeon, 
and ft bnttier of BAajor Drvw 
Thompewm, gentleman usher of the 
Black Rod in the Houae of Com- 
morLS. Is reported to have suffered 
period! ol nerrous depression. 



•pnotf- cried LUs Wttm. 

w« gcMns to aaftf* iiha -CriMd ID 

-Wtm are we fstaf; fctt 

Oaka^tTM OeUyr* 
Be AMktil* 1»auL 
"NUlMid^ <|Blte knowB-" 

"Vrt\y am I being kept herf" 
■'Kor jour «*n Rood, iny 'ir^r 
He fi! dLfwu and dr.ii\k \>i-. 'ra in 
larse. nn\i,y gulp'^ 

"For jour own good, ' hr ri'ii'-.m-d 
*TTlgre are aJl trrtft ol >i'i' j' ■' 
you ITiii' nmn Wudt ! H'- 

hend .roleninty "What a 
<. rtM^i' Whtti a vuiioii unhunfl 
I 'tu- f the trtckleet men in Wap- 
i.iii* Uvea on ir»ft— the India 
Rubber men have paid blm thou- 

Adtt" 

- She ooidd not beUeve her ears, 
bat Mr. Oaki leemed very terloua. 
Bt mia almoet eonvlndnc. too. 

Tta toninc you " solemn- 
ly, "that I wouldn't be surprised U 
he ts one of Ihc India Rubber men 
himself Have lit you read the 
papers lately"* ' 

But Mr. Wade couldn't do a 

nanUy. 

- *'Ob, couldnt bef demanded 
OoUy. with a sarcastic mUe. "Tfou 
nenr knn^ Wtiat a (dlow Uke that 
wUl do. WhatM bto pajT A beg- 
garly five pounds A week. Do you 
think be can live on t batt No. m y 
dear, he lm-i.-^ money from people 
who've t; if i" keep bkB sweet — 
gambliinr-hDu*e koipcni lo* 
■tanre He was aCtsr ydOrBMne^'" 

"My money?" 

Mr oaks miB «er>d btaucU 

quifltly. 

■Thiifn what I call a flfure of 
gp«wii Ue wsnu somebody whoU 
be a aort of aenrant to blm— bake 
and Iron and wash and keep hi* 
hoiaa for hlBi--(ar nolhlns. A beg- 
garly ftilow UkQ Ibat %oa)d want a 
cheap kind of wife. He couldn't 
aXrord " 

"Out you said he made thousands 
by dishonesty." mid the girl. 

Mr. Oaks coughed. He had fallen 
Into error agaUi 

"In a manner n( speaking, " he 
said vaguelv Then In an eflort tn 
rhangp the subject: "Plenty ot 
bfwks here— books that wlU emnae 
vou. Pity you caa't read fontgn 
ianguages: UwU VtaON aU the 
. li'rranir^ t»." 




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Be Indlrateil a very we' ' -.k' i 
, at wblcb the girl had Dut 
9«t fcMlMd. 

-1M alMr Tounatf . nt ibmI the 
MVMdA to yen." 

oiptalBt Ton 

bla QMM k," later- 
rupted OoUy. "Heete Bind what 
you caUed him baCeik coDtle- 
tnan that uHd to take yau out to 

fsupper." 

He was wstolilnc bar eloai^ as he 

spoke. 

"Nlcfl feller, L'P t he? More like 
a father than anybody you've met 
111 bet- Fifty-eight, that's how old 
he Is. 11 he tells you he'.-* mty-two, 
he's telling a He " 

And after gtvmg her this piece of 
Inforimiiion. he went out with a 
cheery wave of his hand. 

He left her with plenty of food 
tor thoughL The Mr. Oaka. she 
knew bad gone forevw. This was 
a new man, fantaitle, nnrMO. But 
nererUuless, ibe was glad that be 
was OB bcatd. ttie felt safer now. 
Somehow, she preferred him to hL' 
wife; they had always been vrr> 
good friends, and he tiad o/icd told 
her his troublea. 

The ship was scarcely moving 
now. Lila had thought, earlier In | 
the day, Uiai Bomcthmg Itad wi- 
nded wi«h ir probably a tni:, bu: U 
must have been a po«erlul tug. lor. 
the entire vessel bad been shakea 

Bbe went to bed early that night i 
and woke at four to boar a enrloufi 
soond^Uie lowlBg of a oo«. Then 
It came a aeeond time. And then 
she beard a cock orov and a bell 
struck the hour. Cows and chicken;, 
a.X*d village chimes did not accori;] 
with Mr. Oaka* statement that they 
were lying In midstream at the 
mouth of the ItenMB. Finally the 
rreaklng of carMAidS was dis- 
tinctly audible. 

She determined to a.^k Ooliy 
when she ^QW him whether she 
could K" "H . k There Was plenty 
ot fre:>n uir ui Uke cabin, but She 
wanted to acant the sea bcstaee and 
to see tba light of day. % 

Oaplala Alkseas oaBed }ust be- 
fgrp Inaiih. He did not wear his 
tmiferwi, bUt Was plainly dressed tn 
flannels aad carried a soft felt iiat. 
He wan v> Iftll that he had to sloop 
iLs i," ci\n:r ulU) the cabin, and lor 
\\\-- ;tr:-;l tunc she looked at hlin 

'(»,'-ely Ktrty-rliihl was more llke- 
hw t4{e Lhan fifty two, .she Uild 

ti'T^.-ir. 

■ Well, my de.ir, RetUng llrcd?" 
He patted her on the siioulder and 
for some reason she shrank from his 

*^e11 have you ashore in a day 
or two," be sakL Tve gnt a car 
waiting to whlsfe yah oB to the west 
of England: but. for a Uttie. i think 
you'd better ke«^ out of sight," 

He asked her if Oaks hod bren tc 
see her that momlng. and when ^hr 
:^ald 'No." he seemed relieved. 

\s Lord Slniford on board?" she 
sai± .She had meant to a-sk Golly 
the night before and had forgoLien 
Alknass liwked as If the name of 
Lord audfoffd were dWaatafiil to 
him. 

"No. he's not," lu aald diorUy 

"You can put that fellov out ot 
your mind. LUa. Be's not worthy of 
you. or any other wooiaa.'* 

This was a relief to her— a great 
rditf . Ever slnoe she bad come on 
board she had eitpected. at any mo- 
ment, that ihe door would open and 
the fituoii:. fur*" of His Lordship 
would nppejix. 

The attl'iil'- of ruptiiln Alknew 
\ as differeiit fr'>r-, what It had been 
on thrlr Kr-^a'cuiai ninrttngs Tlien 
be hod .'.e^-nifrl ,-.elf -tonndenl., able 
to meet any situation. Now he was 
strangely nervous; he made several 
attsmpu to* apeak, cleared his 
throat and ralapeed again Into 
aUanoa. Finally he asked:, 

"Horn old do you think I am 
Lila?" 

"Flfty-ctght." the said promptly 
and evidently Uw n^ly did not 
please hlin. 

fifty-two," he said shurplv 
"Oaks has twen talklmt Hr in 
sl.i!fi on that nrty-eight nmispi, 
I'm fifty-two on the third of July, a 
comparatively younc man, with 
twenty years of vigorous life beiore 
me." 

He .'tald LhU loudly and defiantly. 
Slir wondrrfxl whiit WU OOTOlng 
[Kxi, and half guessed. 

"If you ever get married, my 
de«r, ohooae a roan mudi older 
than yourself— a man of the world, 
who can look after you." 

He walked to the 6vHi, opened U 
looked out. and tbn eloaad it and 
came back to bcr. 

"A man who ocRild Uf t you I 
danger and plaoe you sate as quick 
as thatr Be napped bis ftagon 
kwdly. 

He surveyed her for a lontr tune 
without rrpeafclng. His efpre&slon 
was «o Riotmiy that She was abMBt 
frightened 

"There uro !i lot of people who 
want to pick up an ei&sy million " he 
went on. *^Dont lose srour hend if 
ac m ebod y eemes to you with a Kood 
pnyoBltlon. Rtaember that I'm 
around, and if you wanted to get 
off this packet, l could do It— Uke 
thatl" He snapped his flBgars 
again. 

And then ha wtni oflt at a tan- 

frl 

'AN.ii 1 .imp. bii'k ou this last 
tr,!' 1 I'Tip* y'«i wcrrn t a rhild any 
iivrr- find you sort of got me ' 
thumped his chest You under- 
stAnd Vou n.rQ.nt something to 
me, and you mean more and more 
every day Id take a big rlA for 

you, million or no million " 

"What do iw mean by iBtUlon,' 
OaptalB AlfcBMsr* ^ 

He coughad and was palpably 
erobairassed. 

"I tbousht OaQy bad warn you 
andbSd aebatvUhyoa. BsdMn't. 

*'h7" 

F.h^ smiled. Hf t»as no obvkMiflly 
unta-^y and she frit v» romplelely 
the miritrm <rf th*' -Huauon It 
was a novel sit<uiMun uid It amused 



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Here is a service proved by hundreds of Victoria men and women 
who like to be well dressed at all times and who know that smart- 
ness pays. 



Blankets and comforters sboold 
be dean when yoa pat them away 

for the Summer. Besides the satis- 
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ready when you need them, fresh 

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What had he 



was Indeed '■hun.:'''! 
\n be gcneroiLs wi-li? 

' ll.wp you known htaa long— Un- 
cle o.Jlly?" she asked. 

-nie big man snmyed htr ^Bh 
anKry eyea. , _ 

■Yes. I've known blm too ]ODg» 

hr said slowly. 

picked up his bat from the 
M itec. where he had dropped It. and 
went to the door, he stood there 
for a long Ume. as U debating some- 
thing with hlmsrtt Ihen he said: 

"Today or tomorrow It wlU be 
•asy. After that, Vm Dot sot*— just 
xa\ me when you want to g<h and 
not a word to OoIly " 

Before she could answer, the door 
had rinsed behind him. 

He climbed up the ciimpsnlonway 
and reached the deck, not Of any 
sea-gntn^ nhip hut a gnat bargc. 
8he boff th'' nnromantte name of 
Betsy .hi:i'*. :ui<i wa.s moored near a 
meadow thitt .■.tretchcd away to a 
wooded rtdge. Behind her was an- 
other barge, an whleh two men 
wen labortously kiwcrlng the mast, 
•msn was no one Stee ta sight, ex- 
cept a Uttle man in a striped Jersey, 
xacsid trousers, and a huge eap. It 
would have been difficult to recog- 
oiae. In iSift laborer, Mr t uiKy Oaks, 
{rf the Meeoa. He looked up offr 
his Klasses aa the eapCain ap- 
proached. 

"You look proUy, I miw say " 
There was a snn'r in his voire 'If 
an\'Ocrty w«* 'o comn aloi^ and 
you, they'd Uunk ttus was a garden 
party. Vasta dowa to sm LUa. l-Q 
bet- 

"Yes. rre bsea dova to sea Ula." 
sald jtlknsBi. and sat down on (ha 



aad doviy 



oDver of a balohWBF 

riDed a pipe. 
OoUy shook his head. 
"A regular hou.teboat party.iaad a 
ooiqile at 'huslen' likely to oome 
aloi« at any minute f It took you a 
WfBtSL to ffTOw whiskers, and then 
you shaved ihem off, brcaiise you 
didn't want a nlr^ youPK lady to 
think you rc flftr-'lght ' " 
"I'm fifty-two." prowVd Alkneea. 
Ooliy* Upe curIM tlmt his 
moustache tuted ludicxously. 



fTb be oootlooid) 

More than tMOO passenger atito- 
moMles were Imported Into Australia 
last year. 



oaoaoa wawnt 
osDKmacioi^ <Mfai w i 

OifKS Of tB OITT 



Dr, Fisher, formerly of 3«a4.tl#'. 
hAK oxjened an office at hU re«l- 
i\curf inri2 view Btrwet. comer vi'w 
snri Cook Dr. Fisher has been spe- 
ciaiizUuc In the freatmant of aarvous 
diseases tor sev eral y ears wUh grsat 
■ucceei Tot over two years he 
made an aktanslve tour of the 
United SUtes. vteltlns aU the lead- 
ing chiropractic coIWm. Includini 
me famous Palmer College at Dav- 
rnpori. Iowa, taking coumea. In- 
cluding a special cotime on the pah a- 
iesA methrpcl U »dJ'i»Ur«: the verte- 
brae of 'Tie ' pinr Dr. Fisher 
rinimK UiM thi'- puinlesB msUiod 
has many adv^intsjtes oVer the old 
method. Tbls sew method obvlatas 
tnatroenta. phooe for 
free. 



"Yon n'-'-'i't • 
t*ld.~ h'- 

ihing. but nev 
Lain things " 
Oolly 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY, MAY U, W£i 




Anniversary Recalls the 
Horrors of Delhi 

Reminiicpnce of the Sepoy MtiHny of !857 



"A Miracle!" 

Cripple now walks we!! — 

thanks to Knischen. 

Itii you i»f tb* mxiJrifii! w.irl y*ir 
Kruvchen Silts itta ikme it tut. h-Jt 
avtt cittht lauattu I waa litd up wMi 
ffeeunuoBia, utubk to nov*. wbtm 1 

'Ic ■ akncMt • mintk, but wiOitaa 

IWOtd cf a Ut I wan aMc u be uhrit to 
• |rm> 4oar m >raa ih«Ji ' "^-ck ; m 
• frw dxyt I wja wtifi bcip of 
(iufit>ci. aimI 111 i uifit tuat 1 wtt 
walku^ wcU. 1 hv • oof ft cmm. w ^ k 



. hm ttkm ft m m 
ocvcr fpcl 1 p<n^ of i^iamn ww. 

clirm to Ukc iL I will rkM my WfTcr 

Kruschen Salts 



BeeauM of Uw cHeapoeu of 
domesUc labor In Oreeca, housewives 
nfuie to uaa botuehoftd Ubor-aftV'* 
Inff doTloea. 




ai6 




SAW 



SfMONDS 





ttnu'^'-i . .i! ih.' :-.fiJ'jy revpit al 
DcUii. I tie ojily woujiUeU oiDcer to 
Mcapa tnxn Dalbi at U»i memor- 
aUft Oma ww Oolanii Banry Oan- 
Tozs ODorn. the juuuftert aoo of f^ir 
John Oaboni, of Otrtrtinda Priary 
BedfoitUhlK. and ttM Mtov «f Mr 
Danren Oiborne. ol UN Sifllunoiid 
Avenue, thia city. 

Colooel Osborne vaa brisade 
>;aJor at lAbore In 18M, and adju- 
unt of Itw Mth Native Inla&Lry on 
■ hf rulWuI morning when tits' 
pi.-, itvoii brokf lie madr hla 
. ..4ii"' rfirmiKli Uip CasUincrc Uate 
in, 1 A,. . las; man to aee the 
1 wiiidugilby nUve. It wm» 
WiK'HiRtiby who blew up the powdar 
iiiitttti/iiies. Colonel Oaboro^ atory 
ol the molt u one of the few ae- 
eounU bj «o eyewttnai^ Be wrote: 
"XMi ICooday raoniuic. Uay U. 
IWI, the Delhi Brteade. consloUne 
of a battery of native artillery nn ' 
three retflments uf native Uifari 
vLi. the 3aUi N I . Mill N I . a;.u 
'Mitt N I . wrrr tj.iir>»(l*-i:l lo hear a 
I Kivfnimpiil mdrr rrarl oui to Ihi-iii, 

N I rvpaiTfd OA u:iua.l to tho cjjllf'-' 
■^liop' al the mean, renirmns. tht- 
■uti got hot, to their reapecuve 
bungalows. 

ti(X)n afterwwrda X nodved In- 
foratftUoa thU the native eavalry 
from Meenil had amved At the 
teU^ of boaU at the entrance to 
Delhi end were trying to rouie the 
city; the u)lonel or the 54th had iU50 
recrlved thla InformaUon. I turnf"d 
oO to Uie parade ([round and fi'und 
thAt many men of the reifUnpnt hnd 
already got ready and w.-rt- i\'M'ni- 
bUns on iwnadp. r.oiin' ' nlJ 
to roe. holding up Uitir iiia:>ii.tu as 
at an UnaglnArT eneoiy. 'thla la the 
wmr we wlU aem out thft blaek- 
cnarda.' TiM ngtanent «»> noo 
ready and wnwnihwt ogtolhedty. 
the bud piAfiBf Id froot On the 
wmy (knm I meiaeted to the colonel 
that It would be advisable to load, 
but the colonel replied he would 
poUsh them off with the bayonet. 

"We entered Delhi and werr c-ojy;- 
Ing the open space In front ciI the 
ch-jrrh whf^n »e .•;ftw a sniull body 
of cavalry rnming uround thr cor- 
ner T)!r«"tly ihry pprcelvcd the 
regiment the native oOicer In com- 
mand halted the party and wavlns 
hie sword aa a sl«nal to the men 
eame towazdi the reglmnt. 

•Tbe colonel now caw.the order 
to load, when tbe native cavalry 
bc«an firfnc their pistols at our men 
without efleet. to whirh some of the 
regiment replied, but obviously wlUi- 
,.1' '.rr.'iw !■> will f!'- 1 did isot si^t- 

CRITICAL MOMENTS 
"Jn about three mlnatcs the cav- 
■Inr turned and retired and the Mth 
iBMndtately be^an to attack, their 
officers. I rut down one man and 
tried to parify the nearest ijroup of 
muLineeri, but rec^-lved a .shnl for 
my pains, but luckily aimed too high 
aa It went over my head. The 
colonel was fatally wmtnded, and 
four ofSoezs were killed and every 
crfDcer to save hla Ufe was on mp rlleri 
to leek It by eecape. If eoeh a tfaSng 
were poaalhle. I turned my bone's 
head In the direction of tbe dty and 
harfed a smaU body of muUnenm 
uttlnr down two men, which ««■ 
rressary since they threatened to 
nhorse me. 
l waa not purrnied. and mlmai- 
; -uity cicaped the lutt voUry wnl- 
ift^T me and rearhrd the nearest 
• rpcu and aftpr proceeding for 
I. me distance picked up one ol my 
brother otDcers who had taken 
refuge In a native bouse. We then 
pniceoded to liiidlow OasUe.' the 
rvaldwM of the Ooounlssloner of 
Delhi, Itnonak of the tact that he 
had Kooe Into the elty early In the 
mominff and had been killed: lo we 
detentntned to return to the dty and 
rrach the Ca.'shmerp Oate if we could 
Id ,'.o, for by this Uiiic the native 
popiilare wft,i aroiLifd find seeking 
to exi'Tniinii^'' all lli*^ F:nf]llih [>eo- 
ple When near our place of refuge 




I sliould be ppMerved but would 
never bt-hold tJie faces of my friend.*. 
a)j[uin. Tor they were a]I w;nyla.!(l and 
kiuclly by a party ul luiUvea 

wuhin three miies of the spot whoa 
1 wa« left 10 peruh. If not rescued.* 
•t ttio at the relontleaw oa- 

ttVisoctodle a HngerlnK death from 
I exposure and BiarvaUon. Truly my 
! escape from death was wonderful, 
and the wmind which brouKfn me 
iiUunately prnvrd my sal'-.tMnu 

ol :-.<-r\>. I'Ul [or the rn'i.-.! [i;tr! Mu- 
puin (i.iiii riiV Ai'Uiul and ilirt- 
predlcaiiicM K.irlv 
the next, luunnny I was ariHLscd 
f riitu a briftt «lumb« by a kick given 
to me by a bogp who wma tending 
goats, and wIm ns oO at oDoe to 
Kive the infonnatten lo the vWacers. 
without the companion; hip >f one 
tnend I waa to die. so : .1. but 

i rietcrmmrd. rMucc! n,-. 1 iv.t5. to 
M-ll my li(f lis flf'arlv ■i*- iblc, no 
as to nialtp Ihf stroki- '.jn-'-!!'-' .-i'id to 
Induce iny advcrhiinr.-, i-. pui iw out 
of all siifferlnK wlUi ( 'lu' tili I 
crawled out of ni\ n'stin^j place lo 
see what was going on. and fotuid 
that the spot wis Just ootalda a 
vUlsf*^ Sevnral ot the poDple. un- 
armed, camo ts mm and rdleved me 
□r my vaMl. fttif and sw«rd. but 
did not moieBt me futher. X tuAKt 



..jiir of t)itT!i [i-!iiii:k. 'hr- i.i an oftl- 
I'cr iluii IhfV not sren by my 
awiifl thnr t was an officer, 
would tjrobably tisve made short 
VDCk ot. roe. but liMy no doubt 
tbousht that 1^ varioff my life tliey 
ml^t eventually be rewarded. They 
earrted ma to the vlUagB and I 
ihould have bean allowed to remain 
In It, but when tbe women heard of 
[iiv preeeaca they f it ularmr-d and 
Hiiid if a Europear. ■ !■! 'h.Tf 

I", the Sejxjys Hp > v.i id .ill be 
ki l'-M My b'-artrs cum k'ii n - <iut 
1 Uirr» me Utlo a ri..iiib'" «iove 
M^ich wsA close at hand. 1 lay 
under the mudbank of the V«n 
whoa a Xcn- TTtfrmttig }fttec- sgnn! 
men ran up who had heard tmt I 
waa there. One of them got on a 
bank above me and 1 .vlw ihut ha 
had a bamboo in his hand which 
was Just about to descend on my 
head: by seme special Proitdenre 
the oLhem closed ruund abfiut him 
and alter some hot argument they 
ill! went :i*ity. 1 remained In the 
^ove. wiuch afforded a food abelter 
U'»n the heat ot the em. aod a 
kind-hearted vUlacer brought dm a 
light bedstead of QBtlve make, and X 
was left alone. 

"I had not been quiet very long 
when a native watchman came along 
and claimed the bedstead a» hla 



projuTty 
raiaed a 



and threw me off It. theo 
spear m If to ebrtfce me, 



walkad off taking hii bidit eed With 
tUu. so that X wa& obliged to Ur or. 
the ground, the duagreeable i>ui l ui 
bfltiK the visu.< of l>lack ant,s. which 
a* armed it.iouj-h llie lii lc In my 
dolhea and (■tu.-«trred roun.l tnv 
wound Later on an old ! 
came mt- and I wa:5 Kiaf.l>.; m 
him hr brought m a Ir* 

■ci\up*iiu>» fiutuvecaksftj and water 
la an earthenware poL Hoerever, i 
bad made tip my alaA I was never 
gohw to eea en ftigltab f aoe ag«in. 
and aU Z mated was «e be allowed to 
die In peace » 

"So the dayi passed until Sator- 
day evening, and in my delirium I 
heard the sound as of mens feet 
running, and awoke to con.-wtousneM 
and hi-Mjed lliat the end would roine 
quickly, and I locAed up and bi'heid 
.severitl men with a bedstead upon 
«hich they placed me and said Lhey 
wcr« going to carry ma to MOerut. 
Ttiey carried me with a sheet and 
told B» I was not to diov my faoe 
or handk and If anyone spmte to 
me they would say they had a alofc 
Mabommtdun going to Dtemt to 
0ee a native doctor. They lost no 
time and utarted with me on the 
Journey. After proceeding some 



Clark 




Children •nd grown -upi rn joy 
the perfectly cooked bciu)& in 
ih< ir exccllriit saui caifdm^th th# 

iliver of prime pork. 

— Serve them often— there U no 

f(Kxl more v.!uilcs*inu' — few,M 
popular and as cconorrucaL 



SoM la «Mi««iiMl tiM U»-<X» 



W. dAltX, LIMITID^ til III 111. r,.Q„ 



U-is 



miles they halted after dark at the 
house of .some 'Synd.^.' tthcrt- 1 was 
tect'lved in llie kindest manner. I 
was furnished wtth dean Mnen. and 
ddldous sherbet was brought I 
said whet I meet wanted was a good 
sleep, as I had dept bat tery UtUe 
all the week. They replied: 'It la 
not possible for you to remain here: 
if you are discovered we should not 
be able to help you. and you must 
get on to Meerut under cover of 



night.* So ofT K-e started again, and 
reaching Mcenit eeitP the next 
rooming I was taken to the artlUery 
hoatrttal where I recdved every ear* 
and attention, which enabled me to 
Uke the fMd egiUttat our fallhleas 
soldiery with a few weeki. 

"My sorrow was very great on 
learning the sad fate of my six oom- 
panlons who had been ma s sacred 
vrry clone *o the .iiK>t whcr*f they 
bad been obliged to leave me.*' 



L'lMl lUSKV DANVEXfl OSBOaM 

k ifea ewiv ■iSiinia «< 71 



PRINd M [f r T 




rlAVEL twelve hundred 
miles bjr rail . . . through 
IgUoric Central Bnti^h Columbia 
, . . tpnd two day* in the 
world-famous Jasper NationsI 
Park. Willi evenrtbgifl plennad 
lor yoOT cnjeyMl . . . ifaao 
homeward via the p ttlu rem M e 
Indian country of the SMm 
and a $SO-mi!e Mil ihrouuh the 
ihehered waters of the "InMde 
Psssage." 

A m-civ holidey jou'll never 

mtl partlcvlan Tnmt 
C. F. EARLE 

'tMHrt e*J« AtTBl 
* 1 1 0«**raManl St, 

tsei 





When //otfr 

Childien uy 
for It 

Mothers, who take one simple 

precaution, are seldom worried. 
W,th a bottle of Plelcher n CvLorla 
In the hmise lhey can do wliat Lhelr 
doctor would ti>U them to do, when 
haby Is fretful, feverish, colicky. 
conAtipated or etuSed-ttp with cold 
—give a ftw dropB o( UiU pure 
vcgeiaMe. pleeeenl tailing prapara- 
tlocL Xt eemf orts baby and emthee 
hbn to sleep In a Ittfy. It's per- 
teetly atfe for the youngest Infant 
Dae It freelr— and as often ae 
needed, spedallsts advise. A more 
liberal doM Is all It takm to com- 
fort and relieve older ohUdren. when 
fcveriahrKss. bad breath, no appe- 
tite, colds, etc-, show uiey need a 
good purging Thr mark of irrnijlne 
Castorta u thr riftcher signature 
i>n the wntpjMT • . ■ iq 

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I iii- 

riBi 



we proceeded on foot and ran 
iiinnittli itiv groups of natives who 
.~li<iij-ed iit ii.t and iielted us with 
stones; once or twice the situation 
was perilous, but by free use of our 
swords and seeking seduded places 
«e Anally reached the main guard 
at tbe Oaabmere Oate and to our 
great Joy tonnd two of oar compan- 
ions with thetr oOoers. 

"We were informed that tbe 11th 
and SOth NX were In the patase 
making terms with thb King; this 
was about 11 o'dock In the mondnv. 
Escape for U.S now ml^ht have ben 
easy, ae thf mon of th*' mlii on duty 
at the guard preserved a respectful 
attitude all the time, but we waited 
on unable to do anytbing, wtth the 
lalht hoi>c>^ umt succor might be 
sent to tLi from Meerut. 

"About 5 o'clock we were startled 
by a loud explosion and Immediately 
rifK-raarde Uoutenant wuioughby, 
tJic Cummlaaary of' Ordnance, came 
numlng up to ui wtth his face blaefc- 
ened with powder, and we iaamad 
from him that bjr tila orders the 
magaslne had been blown up to 
prevent It falling Into Ibg'lWMe'aC 
the mutineers Thmgs I W IIBW 
approaching a crbits, but we were 
obliged to wall on. ihouRh nobody 
seemed to know why Our doubts 
were soon removed. A party of Se- 
poys had quietly taken up a posi- 
tion and suddenly poured a volley 
into A group of ofOcers belonging 
to the 74th. with whom I was chat- 
ting. Several offlcers fell and 1 was 
treated to a bullet In the aldo. Xt 
was a "eamrd qui peut* for the rem~ 
nant who were making for the ram- 
parts and I followed ae wdl es X 
could. On reaching the rampart I 
unbudded my sword and threw It 
down Into the ditch below and fol- 
lowed after It by dropping down 
from oiu- of th'" rmbra.'!un*js and 
moiinUn^; the (.uUiUcr^k-rap On ar- 
riving at Uic top I In.s'.lnctivcly 
turned fn the direction of the River 
Jumna, and on arriving st the t>ank 
I fouxkd a par^ of five officers and 
a teacher trooi Delhi CoOcge who 
hed managed to get awajr- After a 
tiaaty coonUtatloa we decided that 
the best thing to be done was to en- 
deavor to get to Mecrut. a distance 
of some thirty nilScs We had to 
v.ad" through the nvrr which at 
the dry season of the year runs in 
two or three streams, all tordnblc 

"On going through orte of them 
one of my Welllngtim boots stuck 
in thi- mud and come off. so that I 
had to trudge on. leaving it behind. 
We wcry followed by grouiw of vil- 
lagers ajtsuming a threatening atti- 
tt'de. and as they kept on approach- 
ing, wuioughby, from time to time 
pointed his gun at them tUl tta«y 
gradually dropped off. It was no* 
about fiuriset. and cootinuttig oar 
way. stoppim: from time to time 
during the nighi. to rest we reached 
the Hindu Rur-r. about ten miles 
frrwn DcUil, a littio before sunrt^e; 
the stream though nurr^fw was so 
rapid that we had to Join lianda to 
help each other acroiw lU A few 
ywrds from the opposite bonk we 
came lo a cave, which we thought 
fortunate, as we could reat there and 
be protected from the emi' We had 
not been there long before we were 
dlseonred by w native and he ran 
off at once to give notice to his 
friends. Not wishing to be caught 
like ratn tn a tmp. wc left the plaoe. 
niKi pto'foding some way further. 
roAnd a dry waUroourse whose 
joA banks afforded little or no 
-iirr from the sun. The teacher 
prpffTTcd tyliiK down under a small 
tree a few yard/i off We had not 
been th'rr many minutes before «• 
heard lum ^hout out, 'WUIetightiy.* 
On jumping up we saw a oamd on 
which two men-were seated, one of 
them had a spear in bis band. On 
seeing us the front man turned tbe 
camei'.i head and made It trot oS. 
The teacher told u.^ that juit u he 
wft.s dropping ofT to pleep he heard 
one of them say. 'give me the spear " 
We hfid Thr-rt'torr, to make another 
movf^, kind 'hl'i time .'sflected ft large 
tank AtU^ Meep banks which ap- 
peared to offer a convenient shel- 
ter. M It was 9ome distance from the 
village Here we remained the rest 
of the day, not Itt an elated state, 
and 1 do not remember that ire ex- 
dmnged e word eU the time. 

A nWSB START 



fiiiiiiitffr llinwiiii ^ ^ ^ T o 1^ I A 



"When It was nesrly dusk we 
made a fresh start, but as we wrrr 
parched wtth thirst »e ?irarched for 
It well " hf n* »'c could slake our 
thirst. Tlii-i vf found at a short 
distance. When we b*^an to move 
on, I found the wound In my side so 
painful ihUt I (onid hnrdly hobble, 
much les.s accompuny rny compan- 
ions on their way. 

"This was no timr ff>r he.fltaUnn. 
so my companion.'- i' .:<,:•• con.Md- 
ered that the only ihmg lo do was 
to find soma place for me to Ue In 
where I should not easily be found, 
wlUch was soon done In a dry water> 
fall, where I was left my compan- 
ions saying that as soon as they 
reached Meerut they would send out 
a 'doodlle' with beareni to brtng me 
in Wlllotighby ofTcred to stay, but 
1 forbade him snd bidding them to 
be of ft or-d I- h 1^' r « n 1 < lod np^ed ; 
we made the partUig as btlof as pos- 
sible, um m I IMA tten thet 




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HIGH GRADE 8Uil-WNQ MATERIALS 



me Work off Every 
Description 



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BURuy mm 

BUILDING PROBLEM 



Substantial Yet of a Pleasing E>esign 



Arehltrcu' Km.iit 

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Brackets and 

Fixtures 

utility ud Beauty 

To vait every requirement. 
Call >nd see oar (lispUy 

HawkNis & 
Hayward 

643 



Electrical 0"al>^ """^ Stilike IIOC* 

■u^lis Strt-ft, Corner View 



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A£cm« for the Beker Automatic Oil Biir»er and the 
Simplex Crude Oil Burner 

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■fhe biuac puriKifcr nl the Arrhl- 

<' ij' 8maU HouM Strvlce liurMu 
to aid the hona-buUder in Ret- 
Una tun vatM for aaeh dollar ipent 
In MUdliir a hema, whleb Includes 
not only tb« most cultalilt mattrtftls, 
Meh tn the proper place, tniilt in by 
rt-jpomlble, iklUed workmen, but a 
pUn Ecrvlee which uuurci the 
pfoppT hiilftDoe and arrannpnient nf 
roamii 'o make Uit d**lli:iK livtidl" 
and hkiiblp and glva It a rciuil(-> value 
ri .i pos-^tble witb a home lacking 
LhuM- architeetUTBl features a« can 
Qoif be found m the dcalcna o( thoat 
wtKM p»>f<Mlnn It H to peffom 
tbtaMk. 

ntntt the Terr baclnttfnit pcnrts- 
tently umI conaUtently. the bureau 
has recommended the beat of ma- 
lerlalii and workmanahtp. quality, 
and slowly hut purely the Idea hai 
become ImpLrn'od In tho inlnds of 
I Intcntliin; hoinr build'T-. until one 
I can plainly ue in itie buUding re- 
pwts how the tendaner hu grown 
to buUd welL The heme may not be 
quite ID lana. quite ao prelenOoua, 
but ftboff* ul It muft be veil built 
and tt must be of good design. "Hils 
much has b«»en accomplished and 
thua much Jusunes the efforts and 
•apmdltwai of the bureau- 
la ftn InUnirible thing, 
Ih*" A", i rnpf nmn or 
woman cannot tleflnr or explain 
The result L» evident but Uie r- nsi n 
why tt Lr pleading or dlsplca-iUiK 
cannot bo deAned. Even tlw jarring 
note cannot t>e picked out nor a 
rtoMdy mtnmtMA, ttaxAj becauw 
ttaera It luk of tralnSnc In that 
dlreetloci- On tb* eChar hand a 
trained deslgnv. an anhltaet. ha« 
devoted a great many day* to ihU 
wry plui.se ot hLs profesRlon sn thai 
hi.' knows, almoat Irwtinrttvelv )ij?"t 
wiiaL lo Include or t!Xi:Iudc to nasure 
harmony in the perspective blu wrll 
aa In the plan. 

Tlie quality of the material ustI 
aim very apparent in the (InLshed 
dwelling, and here again. whUe the 
reault la but too apparent, the un- 
UUtlatod eaonot point out the reason 
for effect of tfieapness or the op- 
posite, nor can the wearing quall- 
tlta ot a house be explained unleiw 
one has an Intimate knowledge o[ 
materlala and conitniction. One 
house rapidly shiw,'; ths efTecLs of 
lime and use, while another con- 
tiniiCfl to look aa fresh and as strong 
as when It was flnt buUt. AH the 




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1 rxi fn^ncc, our skilled itsS of ftnployees. and our ose of quality 
uls lorm a combinalloD tiiaf result in your absolute 
s4nki4ciiou with our every cflorL And our prices gra coa>ist«tttiy 
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IN tUs plan the designer hat shown ua an e«tsrior o( mutli mrm in 
composition snd has pictured it most chiirmingly. The wi^ ?* 
brick in various soft, melluw. red tones, m white mortar. The tool^ 
of brown shingles Maggered. Details rcgaf diny thi^ plan CMA be obMiaM 
in "BeantiilU Homes, on sale st David Spencer k. Lmnted. 



You will want 
a furnace entirely in kagf^ 
ing with ths up-to-daten©»a 
of yottr new honu. Then 
ch«Oie an Albion . . . 
aiodani. scientific in dcaignl 
• . • rugged, tiroa-rasltt* 
ing strength in the materia 
ol which it U buUtl . . . 
Pipe or iHpdMi atylH in- 
atnllad from 



put together by m«i to the Canadian PortB 

work, there need never be any re- • 



foregoing simply it'ada to the rea- 
son why malerlaLK and workmanship 
of good quality are being so psiii* 
tenuy advocated by tbia bnnN. If 
the home Is buUt ot good matertalg, 



srrrt when-a.--. Ihr revfrnal Of thlS 
policy must meviUbly reault in fu- 
ture disappointment «ii-^n the mis- 
take cannot lie rectified 

A gr^at manv luive built from 
plans furnished by the Arrhitects 
Small House Benrtoe Bureau sfid 
many have simply railed on the 
' bureau t-w ndvir*! In every ca.-;'' 
the ttdvi.-c iflven Ui all has been to 
use nottiu'K but iuMfTlala crf go od 
quality and. where the bureau's 

eeanm laa ben baedad. dw 
bava been «fy ea ttftdcg r te tbe 

S^S^idDSM ttaa poUqy atfivted. 




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TORONTO. May 10.— Comment- 
ing oti th'' !;ltuatlr>n eKlatUig St 
rraln export ports, Ohaxle-s B. 
Watt*. :s»-crctary ul the Dominion 
Miller?' A.'usnclAtion. .said last night 
that If CanadLsn railroads wUh tO 
retain v.rj.iu aiiri i inur tonnage to 
the AUantic r^caboarU Uvough tb« 

port of Montreal, a revtslen of 
fr^ht rates wUl be ngeosaaiy, 

Be tkoufbt Ibe out OB wheat flov 
rates by UaUad Btatgi 

mUraads would be reflected Imma- 
diately on 'the Oanadlan Industry. 
In addttkin, he sUted his beUsf 
that "now Is the logleal time to, 
bring into effeci a naw rata begl* 
whirh will give greatv jntaotloa to 
Canadian mlUera." 

He pointed out that In the t7nJt«d 
8tat«{t the rate on flour has only 
been "a very amall amoun' f^^nl^r 
than the mip on grain, while in 
Canada tMt- rut« has t>een "higher, 

anywhan from one to Xlvs oenu." 

As a cesolt. Buffalo iMa p tc apei e d ^ 
to a ffmter extent than Oaniwflan 
porta a« f ar ai Alllbic was con- 
cerned, be averted. 

J. J. Page, manager of the West- 
ern Canada Flour MlU.s. said the 
lowering of the United States rates 
would undoubtedly create a gri^aoer 
flow of Canadian wheat through 
uhe port of Buffgjo. Be thought 
that rates should be reduced to hiild 
the traffic in grain, and :hat mhiu 
reductions should also affect flour 
rates, la view eC tba OAMad 8ta«M 
reductions. 



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HOME PLAN NO 616 

THIS ehsrming perepeetive. with an almonphere all its own. drccives one as to the roomineaa of the in-erior. 
which can only be appreciated after carefully examininft the plan. The "feeling" of peace and comfort 
can he atiribine:! unlely to the use of lar ge shak es on tiw ^»^ V_,Tiy '^. ^' "^ ^'^^ "^ }P fr". - The 

complete pLns for thih home, inciudbif wosUsf drgg^ing dod ^gclflraHoo^ pffptted by the Arditacti* Small 

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IM Hariwira, PtiHt, Plinbiiig 

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BODY LOIT; rCNKBAL WAITS 



PHOTOGRAPHING SKY 
IS FORTT-YEAR JOB 



Wneteeti (M'v-rv.ittirfen Take 
ClgaaUe TaiJi of Making 

el Hy i 

9wo teare yean hari been spent 
tai laUnt a aUiale plsturg and It is 
net yet eompMed. 

ReehnUy was held the farUetb 

anniversary of the Parts conference 
of astronomers, in whlrh eighteen 
world-wide ebeervatorl.5 aR-^eed l'> 
tindertafce the woriL of piniN^rapIv 
ing the sky. Several otwf r-s -rlcfi 
were forced later u» drop iheir [larts 
nf thf Rkfiantlc taak due to lark of 
fund'- pr equipment. Thetr WOfIt 
was transfeirsd to other etaana- 
MRiss or ■irttiidH to new Tatantam 
In the work. 

At tttt DTMeat thaa thee* ars 
ainsteen obeemtahae on the Ust 
•ad ol tbeai nU but four were 
aaKNif the erislnal workrn. but only 
a faw hMTa eoawlitod Cbeir shares. 

jtm iigqral ObMiiil wf at Onm- 
wlcb waa the first to complete )to 
share, which was flalBhed and 
oharted nearly twenty yean sro 
Then followed the observatory at 
oxford end liitr f'-rth, Ausfralia, 
reported the r<^'n<-i<ii*i<>n of its chart 
Hia Cape Olwervatory at Capetown 
rsoently aanaaneed II bad eonMated 
ita caA 

Another observatory which has 
dMe a cooUdgrabla part of ths work 
It Hto« at Kyderbad. In India. Tliis 
utowTgliej tn IMg was assigned 
half of the work pawvtausty dele- 
gated to Rantlago. It has nniahed 

1^ part of Uw 



look ever the other bait oT fltfi- 

Uago'!! share. 

Th'- rhroe nbnervatorles which are 
furthc.ot brhind arc Potadam. Ger- 
many; Sydney, Australia, and Taeu- 
baya. Meileo. tt Is posslbte that nert 
of Pntsdam's work will ba tcaw- 
ferred to the BdStaa Oidtovatory 
at UoQle. 

Tbe purpose of the great map. or 
astfOeraphl'* rhart, sa tt is called. 
Is to Ri^'' tir' unti'* pOAltloiui of all 
of'the hrifh'rr .■»Ur» In Uie sky. In- 
cludlnij tiirj'.r- ■, I' lhir Willi a three- 
tnrn Tvi<.>»^)o Anoiher purpoee Is 
u: i;ivr a close fMlBate or the 
brtghtness of tfttog mr* In order 
that future changes tn tbg >ky can 
be noted aeeurately. 

tt is contended that ths eomple 
tkn of this chart will assist In In 
vesUgatlnB the riinrlhutlon of the 
stars throueh 5i>ar« iti^'i in arrlvfnii 
at a more accurate knowledia of 
the toru aad gnotto* «K tlw itol- 
vewe. 

TTir niimh<^ o( gBaiti BdiHlerT 

to cuvrr the whola ilv 1i oeogldtT 
abtjp over M,Oga, and eech o( thv* 
MJMO plates Is oiyaaed three thne^^ 
BO Ihst raeh ntar Is repreeented by 
three clowly approximated points in 
order tiiat they mav not he nit-itnkrn 
fi>r photneraphlr pla'-^- na\i 

In ad dl tlon r.ev nra 1 < >U : c r pi » tr 
arr exposed teveral Urne^ In each "f 
t)ir ^),ooo --ur fields to menhir* 
the bnirhtne.<ji of the stars, i 
making about SMMO separate r\ 
posurcs. 

Another pari of (be to* Is the 
taeasureoient and oatanlatlon 
brightness and poeltttn from th' 
plate* or nearly M BMW aUr 
These calculaUosiS «ra MMl t«tc 

ito avoM «naa 




When mournen from all parte of 
Scotlsnd galhcred fur the funeral 
of Albert Edward Hert>ert Moubray 
recently they were inTonned thai 
the oeremonles must t>e postponed 
because the body oould not be found. 
Admiral Moubray had died at 
Hjerea, Fraaoe, a few days before, 
and the body and colBn won 
tfitpped to big boaw at Dalgelv, 
■eocland. «T1ie fuaerel div wai 
set, (lormt offgrlnis sen! to the Mou- 
bray hotne. the grave ym dug, sarw- 
Icca at the home gaud ^*e arranged, 
and the mourners arrived, but tbe 
t>ody did not appear F.iis;li"h mll- 
wsy ofTlrlals had no roi^rd of ItA 
arrival, and French authoruif.s virre 
ignorant of lli wherealxMi'. - Artpr 
a two-days' srarh it ' ■ nt 
the French border whore ii iiim h-fn 1 
held by the Ptench cwnUxnn au- 
thorities who were searching the 
eoffln for possible smuggled dope 

A nim of the life oC a miner has 
been produced by a VoMrite. Bar- 

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asnitsiy. Hegtoti «rt OB taMg l^Bli 

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The CaiiadiM Puget Soiid 
Lumber & Timber Co., Ltd. 



ne Sagas of QadBiy eaa fgnitoa 

Maniifactiirors of 

OMgli^ fflr Lumber, Carafiil^ OnBad * 
and 

Bdfwood Cadar Sbinglee. Otiarantaad 

Today we plan and btiiM with ejtererftof rare, the 
better to meet a steadily sr<iwin;[ demand fr.r homeii 
thai mii*t live ont a maxiiiHifii f.^n.^d ol iiaeliilnesa. 
Knew the lumber you buy \ oti srt assured of the 
best wbca yen specify C.P.S. Lamber Pi ada rt fc 

QneHty and Benrlas 

ego Dleeorery Street Vlctorls. B.C 

Phones 7060 snd 7061 



WHY NOT 



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Tlirsc ra^y terms mnkr it possible for vni all to own youf own bomts. 
have a number ol charming 4, 5 and b-roomcd btuiRalowc st- prices ^Ag- 
ing from 

$i,aO(l to $3,500 

viiT frm 1250 lo 9800 down uid |20 to f3S par mm^ 

are rented for $15 to $25 psr month snd sre alt excellent 



These houses 
buys. 




& Son 



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SEAS SIflRY 
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Orciicstra Peace 
Goodwill Talk 



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iV£W A.iiX. ttAl LHt 



Rpeaklnc to his mtkm-wVle ndlo 

rnnerrvfmtlan. Or. S. PufcM Oadm^ii 

«:n talk on the WlUMt of "Amer- 
i<-it .-; Contiibuilon to Peact^ and 
Ooodwill" In the broadcast throiigh 
N^.C. system station* u«iay from 
' • '■• I 50 o'clock. Pftciflc Slartdard 

Till!". 

I'iififlc Coast auditors wil! hpar 
tliP nute-A clprKyiiiati (or the third 
time during thu prosranime. whtcti 
wilt brloc a complete church Mrrtce 
from ibe New York ■ttullQi Of th« 
VX-C Tbin^ nuOo voloat. katnrn 
u the Cathedral Studio Oboru. wUl 
sins humns and anthems under the 
dJrwtIm of WUUam Armour Thayer. 
aeooniiNuiled b; Sidney Dorlon 
Lowe at th* piano. 

aVNIIAT CONCEBT 

tMrtincutatiMl u the only white 
DIM ever to luure Uved on the South 
Be» UlMBtA at Puka Puka. Robert 
Deu PrlcMe «Ul t«U a true story 
of Ufa In the South Seas during the 
Berand part of the Sunday aXier- 
noon coooert to be broadcast from 
1 3Q to 2:30 O'clock and from 3 to 
A o*-1l»c1i thi.i afternoon. 

f't-4.ibir\s talk will be the only non- 
niu»i'*«l it^-in on the procrauunc, 
which wiu be jirt»ented by the Na- 
tional Concert Orchestra conducted 
by Charles Hart and by a quartette 
of woman, InchKUng Barlnra Blan- 
chard and Sttiel Wakefleki. m- 
pranoe. anfl 9n_ Oninin ger Atklo- 
•on Uanuvt o^es. conirataje. 
The latter vUl ting gospel bynins 
and longs. 

In the two- m ast<>d schooner 
Tkvua, MlM0 r'-criiUy sailed Into 
San Prandsco tnv nltpr a voyage 
ot 131 days from the tnjpii.^ With 
Andy Tliompson as captain and 
Prisbip as chief mate, the vessel was 
brouffhl safely through a gale north 
of Honolulu and Into the Golden 
Date without tlie ■■ttoranm of the 
orew of ^even bsUvok, oil of lAtom 
w«ro lU with aoum* 

His Uf e on Puka Puka and other 
tropical Isles wltl be Prisble's theme 
In hts orteen-mlcute talk. PrlsMe 
is well known as an author. 

Chopin's "Polonaise Mllltalre." a 
martial and dliinlfled adaptation ol 
the Pnhsh danre. is the opening 
m>islc&l sclrrt ion nf the concert. 
Th'^ <'r ;;"-,'.',rft follows It with a 
■■n riL: iiprrpii.sc" by an American 
r. ii)[> .^. i F';ilriiiir'_-ii. Two Grainger 
rmiiibef. hi.s " Mock. Morri.s," ba.>ed 
ufx.n lalk themes of Sprlnit rtanrps 

1 hi. liovel reminder of chiic]ho<:xi 
f e fii ni. -Over the HUU and Far 
AiAay "— are Included on the pro- 
gramme. A String orchestra will 
Inierprct the famous "Andante 
CantabUe." from Tchaikovsky's 
•ttring quarteUo. » plaintive air 
t^kfn from a folk song at Uttle 
P-ussta." 

ANOLO-PKBSIANB 

Responding to the baunung "OaU , 
of the Desert," the WhlttaD Anglo- 
Persians wtn gUfto aloft on thctr 
magic carpet to play (or a nation- 
wide audience as they bfoadeaat 
thl^ afternoon trtsm 3:30 toS o'oloek, 
Pacinc Standard Time. 

L'niis Kai./.int»n will conduct the 
Riniip an (he half-hour concert 
oiKiis with the colorful Moorl^ 
-suite. 'Courta of Oranada." by thfr 
popular Spanish rompfecr. Chapl. 

The home scenes wtU be pictured 
In the quartette of familiar songs 
to be played In a special arrange- 
ment made by Kataiwn. "Just a 
Cottage BmaU and *tiQg Cabin ot 
X>reanu" ai« tire of the best-known 
of these melodies. 

Clasftle composers are repnsanted 
by Hadley, whwte "Glgue" wUH be 
played, and by Rira-nky-Koraakoa. 
from whose works a "Lithuanian 
D.infe ' ]wi h'--''! r lKiaen for the pro- 

GREAT .MOMI ATS IN H1STOBT 
'ReveaUnu ^i< t ihat Aaron 
Burr, contjury t,... i>^>pi]lnr opinion, 
never wm conviried of treanon, the 
"Great Moment in Huitory" broad- 
cast from 4 to 4 30 o'ehx-k today 
will depict the f!tor>' of tlie Bun- 
Conspiracy. 

The dromalogiie will br presented 
by NaUooat Players from a manu- 
script prepared by Henry risk Carl- 
ton aipadaUy for radio iMroduetloD. 

Aaron Burr, the oontlnulty shows, 
was without (uiids or political pres- 
tige following hlY resienatinn from 
the vlce-prosldrr • n> ihot Aitpr he 
shot Alexander m.>mi n, .t (juri 
War with Spain vim immmcnt. He 
decided to lead an expedition 
against Mexlrn Cienernl Jame 
WUkinAon, EDvnrnnr the noril 
ern prn\-ln,-^ .<f 1 ..lui'Un.i, but iindi ; 
p.iv .■t;r, ,L . ■'■•■■r--:. (gjent, 

t In >'v< ii ; ■ ' <■ ' .11) !*t. 111(1 U- Wtlkinaon 
was notined by Spain not lo take 
pert In the projw. A letter wrttlen 
by him to Burr and Burr's answer. 
In code, provided material for the 
ehargf or.tresmn, brought by Pres- 
ident Jeftenun, against Burr. 

"Human Inicreat" akstcllaa on 



metropoUtao hfe cl mbined In a 
new OmiBfiOCanentai programime 
deslgnstM as Rapid Transit. vUl be 
brewtcast in the W»^l fof tiif first 
time through NBC Cu.u.' uj-CntuM 
Sv>l(-[n toni«hl In m \:> '••^ •> 
!\».:ni' S**fcndartl 1 iiTu- 

w'-v riTi ij\ ni-iul>rr.v u\ Ui'- con- 
, , Ill lit the N£.0. 

N. * \uik iuiii.as. and presented 
with Interludes of )aa musk: by an 
orchestra, each sketch ^ be a 
complete episode m the etyle ot O. 
Henry. •^uOed to heighten the 
contrast between the various croe.^ 
BM-ilons of society's strata reprt 

■ ■ '■ >■ iiaintJ R<i|>!il TtliiimI. 

For ilif initial pn^.-: ac i!;'- •'■day 
the sketches will iii: ! ..i - two 
cnxik.s trviiiR to t>t if '-i j. n^>u.'ie 
another uti iri [tr'x^dure called 

riir Panel.' n fcftllrc on the bual- 
t. - iitnob where everybody looks 
m.^re^tAiva and accomplishre notb- 
* "M* ooacetoing a devoted 
■ttit vNiUiif tor ter scapegrace 
nephows retyrn tram Vurope in 
■urapo In a^kleh an element of 
pathos, tttters, and one of the 
famous Rapid Transit animal skiU 

WpiwkbXkmi CHAim<H«a 

A Mo of aeleetlana ttom musical 
shows will headline the Stude baker 
Champions' ooocert which wUl tx 

heard tonight from 6:15 untU 8.45 
'-flork. Parillc Standard Time, 

TVlij 111 My Heart,", from "The 
.St riLltii; Pi ii, • 1 ; a s>'mphonlc 
arrangen»ent, '\\- first of ihese 
to be tntrtxliu ed i>y jean Ooldkette's 
players. "Ijove Me or Leave Me." 
from "Whoopee," and "Lovely 
lAdy" (rinn tt;e F'how of the &ame 
Oapie are the others. 

The Studebnker Piano 'I>rlns. 
Buryl Retting and (May Holand, 
will have a number and Uiere will 
be a vocal chorus with several ot 
the orchestral wiectlona. 

FAVORITE MELODIES 

"Enna Jetttck Melodies." selected 
with spcrliii thiiiiPht of the day. will 
be broad I « St through the N3.C, 
s\:.t( in :< nitfht between 7:46 and 8 
o clM-k by a mixed quartette and a 
group of other s*.udlo arttata. 

The Sana Jettlck theme >ong 
"Home, Sweet Tcme," wUl be played 
by the Instrumental ensemble at the 
opening of the broadcast and Nttvtn's 
popular "When All the WOrld Was 
Voting. Lads," follows. 

*'Rose Ifflkrte. I Love You." from 
the Buecessful musical comedy 
"Roae Mario" Is among- othar aelec- 
tlona. 



Lesion Branch Meetx 

LANtiPf)HD. May 10— A well- 
attended meeting of the Prince Ed- 
ward Branrh. Canadian Legion, took 
place at the clubhouse. Island High- 
; way. this week, the fHVsldent. Com- 
rade Mackle, baliw In the dttalr. 

The resignation of Oomrade F. 
Smedley from the position of sec- 
retsry-treasurer was reported, and 
the policy of decentralisation of 
duties adopted by the exanitlve 
meeting explained to tlie meeting. 
(Jomrade C Cherry has agreed to 
act as nominal secretary, until such 
time as be Is able to take over the 
whole of the aeerotarla] work. Com- 
rade Meredlth^Jones' appointment 
as treasurer of the branch wss con- 
firmed. Vartotts members have been 
made reepooslble for particular sec- 
tions of the work of the branch, 
5urh a.3 metiiber^hlp. l>adges, pen- 
sions and personal help cases, ways 
and means, etc. 

Comrade Cherry, prior to his de- 
parture to represent the branch at 
the provincial convention, ref^lved 
the Instructions of the brar.cli on 
many matters that will be brought 
up for discussion at the convention. 

The membership committee re- 
. ported that two new embers, Com- 
radaa Longwortb and WUbart, had 
jOlnad dtuing the past month. 

Itie branch Is IWldtng Its first 
Mmuat dinner on May 18. at the 
Chamber of Commerce, a*. 8:30. 
The dinner Mcretary, Oomrade Pm- 
nlnKton. rxpreeeed the hope that 
anv members who hare not yet in- 
formed him of their intention to 
attend will do sf> without delay. 

Comrade Pennington, vlce-pre.sl- 
dent. reported that he hnd pfti- 
ceeded with Comrade-! Stephen and 
Oheny to St. Aldan's School and. 
With laitabie ceremony, presented 
the Prince Edward Branch Football 
Shield for the year to the school, 
whose team won the deciding game 
of the league. beaiUng lAngiord by 
1-0. 

An enJoyaij'"' '^ft! party, staged 
by the men's ways nnd means com- 
mittee. wa-H hold at the chibhouw on 
Tuesday night. This is the first of 
a weekly series that will be held 
on Tuesdays, when small prlaes, 
donated by members of the branch, 
will be given, a monthly aggregate 
lirtae being also provided. Plve hun- 
dred and bridge were played, the 
men providing refreshments. Prises 
were won by ODOindO Savory and 
Mis. Oak. 



Whassat? 

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Gaine< 



u ruuo 



io 22Days 

That's going some^-^ot irtiftuiy 
men. women and chUdrctl JoM Obn't 
twlp putting on good heftUhy flesh 
when lh«y take McCoy's Cod Uvrr 
Extract Tablets. 

Full 01 health and wetght-bulld- 
Ing ffubntanre»-~the proven and suc- 
oesBful kind -the kind that are s 
real help to frail, rundown, skinny 
men and women 

Tr\- Hie«r 'liprfmrlv rfflcient 
■-. ■i''>f1 ttt.-sfe!e-^." Ub!et.«; for 
ihiiiy it»ys -i( Uiey don t help 
greatly your moosy will be refunded 

One woman gainod ten pounds 
la twenty-two days, sixty tablets, 
shily cents— Economy Mko IIjOO. AA 
MaoFtelane Drug Co.. Vsnoouvn 
pvug Oo„ Owl nmg Co . or any 
dnigrtst for McCoy'n Cod Liver Kx- 
I net T^blstA. Dtrecuons and 
tormula on each box, tAdvtJ 




What do you unogtne anyone 
would do with a thing like LhlsT 
9aby derides mother would be s 
pr*tty safe perann to stay wtlh, 
after an. ttporlally no* I 



DAVID SPENCER 

L.I M IT BJD ' 



Sun Colors Are Popular 

Summer Hosiery 

The xmartness of your hosiery Hes in the colot^ 
the shade must be fashionable as well as in h^r- 
tnony With your costume, 

The»e smart hose with pointed heels arc shown in 
sunskin, roseskin, ^airskin, beachskin, ntitonc, 
rh-iirc, cane, sonata, cascade, rose taupe, atmos- 
phere and chalet. 

KuU-Fashtoned Chiffon Hose with pointed heels 
are shown in bareskin. sunskin, flesh, nutone. 
beachskin, sonata, rose taupe, chaire, cascade and 

fairskin^ 

$1.95 Pair 

I'uil-Kashioncd Hose of servicc-wtfight silk with 
square heels art- .-h"\Mi in Summer tan, peach, 
blonde, pear! bliisli, opal inntivc. rii.itf-an. ashe.< n\ 
roses, parchment, nmlc, sunburn, blut-, tox, gun- 
metal and black. 

$lJfS Pair 



Smart Styles in Girls' 
Sweaters 

We have just received a new hne ot Girl.s' Pull- 

Over Sweaters of fine all-wool or silk and wool, 

made with a V neck and band at bottom of jersey. 

Shown in r.-iniillr. sea, sandrift and true l>!uc. Si/cs 

32 and si4. Ivdcb $5.50 

-4MiMmi's wsar. m now 




Special Offering of 45 

MODEL 



COATS 

itn Itidiuix Imports From Paris and 
London— Every Siyle Diffrronif^ 
Values as fligh fis J(250M0 
Reduced to SeU for 




► / D and 

$95.00 

Cryats with tlinsc distingu i ■ ! ! ^ " :_■ t. il]:, 

f.'i'-liiMn iliat places them above lh( 
oniiiiary, ami indicates their origin b\ 
the hands of noted designers of London 
and Paris. 

Coats Rrriadcloth, Poirel Twill, Chamioen. Saiin, I'ancy Tweeds 
and Novell y ^!ate^iaIs. Tliey are trimmed with applif^uc, satin 
and materials and such popular furs as mole, silver muskrat, 
bruadtaii, monkey fur, tinted coney, kid and lynx. A number of 
shades to select from, including navy and black. Most extraordin- 
ary values for. . I f49.75 and $95.00 



/I 



Manitt Dept.. lai rioor 



Featuring New Styles in 

Spun Silk Broadcloth 
Over-Blouses 

( )vcr iilouscs ol a heavy -textured spun silk broadcl'.tli Thrv ujr 
smartly tailored, with neat fitting Bramley collars, ^ ^ O/l 

tucked fronts and link cuffs; white only ^ / m%f\J 



-Btouart. Ul nosr 




r J /■ ^ treasure chest it is — 

u i / \ /Of the for every article that 
l/^ goes into it is chosen 

//-i^/a ry^^Qf ^i*^ thoughtful care 
/ iUpV Ufit^Cil^ jjQ^g ^^^^ 

tents are to grace. 
Rne linen, selected piece by piece, with an eye to beauty, qual- 
ity and economy, make up its store. 

I'nrc Irish Linen Damask Sets of Madeira Tea N'apkins. beautifully 
Cloth and Napkins in cx<|ui-*itr de worked 'Ui Uwc-^i Inu-n. A dozen, 
si^rn'^. Kither plain or hcmMurlinl $3.95, $4.25, $4.95» $7.50 
I'ri.rd. np from $8.95 $7.95 

Satin Dani.iNk in delicate colorinp^s. . , , c, 

makes a beautiful cloth for the dinner Hemstitched Sheets of (,nc quality^ 

nl,lr Napkin - in match. IVirr-, cottr-n I '.•nblc l>cd size. Per i>air.' 

$13.75, $15.75 and $19.75 $2.75, $6.25 and $6.75 

Oyster Ijnen I.unchon Sets, very ifenistiirlied T'.Ilow Ca r. to match. 

$-4.25. $5.50 and $6.75 $1-50 and $Z.OO 

White IJnen Luncheon Sets, hand- Sheets and Pilli»w Ca^cs in lovely 

somcly embroidered in colors. Each, pastel tints is a recent v<igue, and we 

$8.75 and $10.5Q are showing a great assortment in 

A Good Assortment of Madeira. popular shades.' 

\ cnrtian and Filet Lace Doilies and Hemstitched Sheets, Per pair, $7.95 

Tray Cloths always in stock and very m 

reasonably priced. ' 

Reaiitifnlly Kmhri .iilrrrri Pillow Hcm^^tilched Pillow Cases. Price. 

Cases. Priced ai. a pair, $1.25, per pair $2.25 

$1.35, $1.50| $2.00 and $3.00 - ^^ ^ „^ 



Smocks and 

Housp Frocks 

Dainty Styles for 
Sumner 

Colorful Cretonne 
Smocks in large floral 
designs, some of which 
are in bordered effects.' 
Bach 92.75 

Ilroadcloth or Cretonne 
Smocks in straight or 
belted stvles. Priced at, 
each $1.95 

Hoover Dresses in all- 
whilc an<l made with 
either short or long 
sleeves. Each. . .$1.08 

Smart Styles in Wom- 
en'- lb-use I'rocks. made 
from last color prints in 
shades of sand, blue, 
rose. cTccn, yellow and 
hclio. Each ....$1.05 

,^ltrnctive I'mcks of 
\oilcs and Prints in 
large or small patterns. 
All roldrin^s. Sixes 14 
lo42. Each $2.75 



Children's Pantie 
Dresses 
$USEach 

Print I'loral Dresses in 
attractive designs; very 
dainty with white 
orRandie trimniitip and 
c ti n t r a s t i n K l>ipinK. 
Shown in shades nf 
mauve, blue, green, rose 
and yellow. Sizes 2 tn 
years. Each $1.25 

-Cbmtm t Wwr. h» riser 

( Jiildrrn's 
Knitted Suits 
$10.50 Each 

Those Nrw Thrre* Picre 
Suits of silk and wool 
for the yttle girl of six; 
consist of skirt, pullover 
and coat sweater in sea, 
corn, Casiilian. samlrift, 
true blue and dawn. Tlic 
skirt is made un a white 
cotton bodice 4op. At. a 
suit $10.50 



••-9 



^Knit Pull' 
Overs 



OfSifkandWool 

Direct' Prom .Scotlwid. 

One of the very latest productions In the my of 

sweaters — made of a fme silk and wool lace cfTect 
knit. They have \' neeks, lonp sleeves and shown 
in numerous attractive bhades. Most practical 
garments for Summer and decidedly dressy. 

$12.95 



A Most Complete 
Service in 

Men's Sweaters 

r 

Our Sweater Service for men supplies anything 
yop may require for comfort, dressy wear,-8ports 

or onting. Amfnig 1 1icni. the following ^ood values ; 
Pcnmnn's All Wdol Sweaters in puM-oxcr "^t^lc, 
with \' neck, two pockets and in fancy weave — 
powder, black, salmon, paddy and camel.. $4.95 

Universal iJrand All-Wool PuFl Over Sweaters, 
with rib l>ottom and the new fancy diamond de- 
signs in contrast colors* Each .$4tt50 

Monarch Brand Fancy Weave Pull-Over Outing 
Sweaters, with rib bottom and V neck. Lf»V.at and 
heather shades. ICach i .$3.95 

Penman's Kih Slilch All W'm.I Sweater Coats, 
with \ neck. Plain and heather shades Tw* 
pocket s. Each , . . . , $ 1.50 

Metfs Cape Skin Leather Jackets 
$16^ 

The ideal vacation Jacket, with mercerized lining 
to match. Will withstand any weather. 

I— ■ » rMMUnM. turn nam 







NO. lai-SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SI NDAY, M AY 12, 1929 



POP BOHLES SHOWERED WHEN A THLETICS WIN 

'^t ^ • ' 

Lohman Decisively Outpoints ''Dusty'' Miller in Return Ten- Round ^out 

Fans Take Exception 
To Umpire's Ruling; 
Yanks' Streak Broken 



Referee Gives Toledo 
Fighter Seven Rounds 
In Interesting Bout 



\nicrican Fi^^hter Takes Third Decision Over 
Local N\^i:i'i -Jumbo Davies Reg^istcrs Tech- 
nical K.U. — Keist Wins Wing Hay Draws 



ObKlk up ft Uiird ■tnlfht Hetory 

fir Joe Lttfunut, of Tuedo. over 
-Dusty" MlUer, loe&l rifthlcr. This 
fhi/ty piMe of oauUhower mft- 
rtilnrry from the Amertoui dty de- 
<-i-;i.f'h' (niipointed tbe local flash 
'ii>' Tillicum KjSttnuluni lut 
iiit:h: ;n thf tf?n-rcnind main pvent 
of the Cfiitral Boxtnr Club's flsUc 
show. The same telt faftnd ihat df- 
faM«d MUl«r here on April fi caused 
hit downfall avatn test nighc. 
Tbtt mix. on the whoV not quite 



■are htm a lUght edge for the alwrt 
Jaba he managed to get home. 
The Toledo battler looked hi* tiest 

In the rlKh'h murKl and punbhed 
Miller ba'< , 

MIX AITtK BrLL 
In the n'.v.\ r<njnd each "t -h^ 
boys uaed the iii'inry punch, and 
Referee Murim i quite a time 
separattnc tlipm after Lhe bell. 
Eai-h wpiBfwd 175 pound* 
A flurry □! gloves, with action all 
of the way. explains tha aeml- 



Cash'ftntl-( firry 
Vyle Injured in 
Auto Accident 



\ BILENE. Texaa, May U — 
i\ C. C. P> !e. promoter of the 
tranaconllnentAi "b u n I o n" 
race. Buffered a brokan arm in 
an automobile aeoldeot ne«r 
ben today. Pyle. acttnc 
adrmnce agent for hit eKx--^ 
country ninnera. who come 
Into this secUon soon, was en 
route to Albany, twenty-Rvp 
miles from herp *rhc t*xlcab 
In which he wa.- rkllriK driven 
by nil Abllerir mar. who es- 
caped unhurt, crashed through 
an obetnictlon barring 4 cloaad 
road and overturned. 



Guest Prepares for Sculls 



w tntereAlng aa the prevloua bftttle. wind-up mix between Wing 
•vrwflM thal^lMiK^ Md cnwl e( 
fans keyed up AD of ttiffvay. Loh- 
rnitn who Bt long range ahoi a 
v. Kked hand to MiUera body, more 
often than not counted with telling 
blows, while thf neffTo found dlffl- 
rultv tn lolvtnd his rlevcr oppo- 
nriT tlrffhC'-' Tim*" and Mni" 
Hitrtin Miller, in a crouch, siok- 
,iti'iu V 'warda his oppoorat. but 
iiL-. >j1<''.\'. were masCly bkxdted- 

liii.ri.'-p Martin. Vancouw, 
I'.iv Lniinian seven rounds, llUler 
T 'Ao !\nd one even. 

MUlcr looked hla beat In thg 4htrd 
round, while In the a uvM gfch ttMonly 
othar round bs wotf. DH'Tefffnt 



Port iU te a r pl. mMI JvbttBf 'AB^SWk* 
aU. VWuouvar. At Cb» eanchutem 
of a whirlwind aera^ which had the 
fans on their toM all of the way, 
Refarw Mvtln called the bout a 
draw. Thty fought at 125 pound.i. 

I^andlnff a Kla.<!hln« attack from 
ti.f Mjund of thf gong in the third 
round. Jumbo Davtes. local bantam- 
weight, registered a technical K.O. 
over Mike Kennedy. Vancouver. 
The lad* wctghad US pounds. 
' A koodUUnrn tn the seeood round 
tat ao ooiiot paved the way for the 
refOM^ d«eisu» for Tim Kelst In, 
tba raiser with "Young-i 

lloOor, at ua pounds. 



G.CORmM'llS 

. SPii NUIU miL 



PUea Up M far Vlalarla— Wsaw 
■a^OataJO^ T Ki l ■ ■gal 
wood DafeaU Wandann 

Threa Interest in : ■ r;rk»-! exhibi- 
tions were played ye^-tt-Mnv nn vnrl- 
nus rity pltche* At Wnrlt Point. 
Bronlwood College defeated the 
WunderfT.* bv a reore of BS to 83. 
whilf nt Beacon HUl. Five C's pUed 
tip 103 for seven wlcketj sgalnst the 
Alblons' total of 40. University 
School won from the Vtctorla Orldtei 
Club at Mount Tolmie by a loora of 
H5 to 132 

On'' of the features of the day 
■wafi a. O. Grant's iFplefuUd H for 
tWe Victoria club afalnit TAdverslty, 
add Weaver^ fine IS not out. for 
thAaehool. It looked as if the city 
tea^ was gdnc to wm until the l&it 
few mlnutoB. when University hit 
out Rtnngly to pass the total of the 
Victoria team, chiefly through a 
fln|4rt»nd hv Weaver. 

_woreft for.ow 

BREVTWWOD 

Hanbury. b Barvus U 

B Mitchell, h Darcu.'^ 0 

Robert^n. b Waterm:in Z6 
Ivev c Hawkea. b Waterman -- 6 

HarTL-or. b Oarcri* 13 

Rfibln-ion. b HfJ«am 5 

Wf'.T h Darcai 1 

Sr!V'fi«^ltl b Darctw 0 

W->-.r'-:i uoi out 14 

.J MUchcU. b Darcus - 0 

Adamson. b Oavles . — ^ IS 

Kcttaa . 8 

Total - n 

Lethaby, b J. Mitchell _ 0 

A. Darcus. b J. MUehtU - - II 

Collet, run out 9 

a DavMa. b Robertson a 

a Wlloox. e Wootten. b MltebeU IS 

Boasam. ft Ives, b Mitchell ... 10 

Watson, c Wootten, b MltcheQ . B 

Blshard. c weir, b Adsmaon .. 0 

Waterman, c Harrison, b Mitchell 1 

a. Hawkv b Mitcheu oi 

c ij-nndon. not oat i 

Extm? , ... 2 

Tofitl 52 I 

nOWMNt; ANAI.Y9IR | 
Bnntweod'a rbat Innings 

O W R 

Davlea i 1 H 

Waterman * 2 2* 

Blshard 3 0 7 

Bos.ram . 3 1 S 

Lnnirrton . . 3 0 14 

f-olh-, 10 3 

Wandcnnr pint tanlnr* 

J, MltrheU : 7 2 10 

Robertson , 5 I 34 

B Mitchell 3.15 10 

Adamson „ 3 10 

ALBION 

E. Parsons, b Pendray 0 

S H n'<i(i;nrrh. b Eric Qualnton 2 

c Biyihmtfn. b Grlc Qualnton . 11 

N. P, PIte. b Pendray „ 0 

E. J. Clack, b Pendray I 

J. Paynf. by Eric Qualnton 0 

A. Reld. run out _ in 

P. Bailwr, b Pendrsv 

W. K moch. nin o\t: fl 

P. Jordan, r r c p,»vne. b Oalt 3 

D. Fteeman. not out .... . 8 

ttxtnM ^ 4 

Total ,7«i 

nvr. cs 

e Barday. e and h .iirdan _. n 
P. C. Payne, b HonKAr'.h . i 
O. M. Oalt. e Barker, b Paraon.5 - 10 
Pendray, c BIythman. b Jordan . 2 
writ ^lalnton. e BUrUunan, b 

Biooh - - 34 

Eden Qualnton not out n 

y W Vaughan, run out f 

H- B. Hum. b Barker t 

tKtrae t 



HRST BERTH AT 
STAKE lOMOWW 



In « tholBM Softball 

Laagae WIU ite Hrokao Wbea 
MMlield and 



strength tat order to set back the 

■•y." 

Two more aqtiads will be ngbtlng 
to climb from the cellar poattkm, 
when the Colonist and Victoria 
Vest meet ai the WOlaqn «tth L. 
Wooetsr and K. RutMge as vm- 
plna. 

AO gamea will <t»t »( f:M 



LBAOUl STANDING 

W. L. 

Marlfald a ■ 

Times » 0 

YMCA a 0 

Colonist 0 3 

Coiwood 0 3 

Victoria Wee* 0 2 



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4 
4 
4 
0 
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HITLI:ii$ AGAIN 



■agaiir BaMlnx Avrr.i|[r nropa 

Jlt-Oehrlg and Rnth Maka 



to 



The leadership of the Weatholme 
Softball League win be at atake to- 
morrow night. At the present time 
thzae teams. Marigold, Times and 
YMJCJi., are deadlocked for flrsi 
berth, but the tie will br brniten lo- 
inorrow night aa Mangold enter- 
tains the afternoon paper nine at 
the Victoria Writ Park J Pa»coe 
and V Vouson will hf- m clmrde nf 
the game. 

The VMC.A will b'' rut tn kcvp 
their slate rlcan nf rl'-If i'- At thr 
expen-w of the Coiwood \\ ->M Cnm- 
pnnv on the Langford grounds N 
Kerf and P. Foreman wUl act as 
umptrea. Coiwood hMe yet to win 
a ffame and will be out tn 




Dcmpscv Ma^ Memory of 
Giants' Manager 




HM American 
League memban 
did a good job of 
latierUnff their 
batting averates 
yesterday, with 
Bobe Ruth In his 
u.-^ual place in 
rhe van. The 
Babe gained ten 
polniK by his 
on e- hit perfect 
day al the plate 
The Detroit team 
allowed him but 
one ofllDlal tune 
full |at bai. Bis mark now U J«9. His 
teomnvMe, Lou Gehrig, went up 
oQe point with two hits in five trtpa. 
while Ooofe OoaUn completed the 
American League domination by 
hitting twiT In ihrce attempt* to 
dlaplftcr Mdrii-sbv from third place. 
The Rajah r.in in!o a two-hU e&nie 
tn New Yiirk and fatWl four time.,* 
Hi.'- «\rr.ii.'r ctT'ippf^ to J1.1. while 
• I'l^uu wiT-,1 up t.n ..i.ifl, Paul Waner 
Ti-^iicrc*l a good gain with two hits 

in four iripa to the plat*, vIkUe Jtti 
Bottom ley k»t ground by getting 
but one out oC four. 
The staadlnii: 

P\WT*r O. AD R 

Ovhns. TaafeM IS «T It 

avtb. TanttM ii n it 

Oeatkn. Bnatars it 14 it 

ManMMi. OMka n ■> » 

Mlanlrr. Osvda .... Si Tt 11 

P. Waan, PtraUs ... IS TT U 



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Pennant Progrm 

AMKUCAN IKAOim 



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13 



New York 

Philadelphia ». 

St Loots 

Detroit .. 

Cleveland - 11 

Washington 10 

Chicago 7 

Boston 0 



L. 

a 

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9 

II 
13 
11 
11 

13 




NATIONAL UlAGltE 



W 

u 

IS 



By AL 

<rwmr PlUbat Nfw tmlk QIaMai 

^ohn McOraw Is ttie only man m 
spQit that X know ta who hae b 
nHOMry as good aa Jack Dnp- 

Jack never forrets a person he is 
introduced to, He may see a man 
onto a few seconds, but years later 
irltV diee that man again he re- 

infmtJem hla name H u the poll- 

iif iaiW most vai'mbi' kt\. 

Wh^n Jack pri-irnoted the .Shar- 
k'-v smbJtna «' i.*- f nt 

out umeonal notes to aJi hu friends. 

bought UckeU. 
Memory u Just a natoxml talent 

rt lui't a question of edUOaUoO. Mc- 
oruw can rrf-aU every piar to every 
game of baU tm 



. Chicaffo 

Ibi. Louis 

Boston 10 

l*iiUburKh 9 

Philadelphia -- 8 

New York _.. 7 

cindonau S 

Brooklyn • 

COAST LKAOITE 
W 

MuAlon . SI 

Los Angeles - 17 

Oakland 36 

■an Rancdteo » 

n^Dywood M 

Sacramento 90 

Portland IB 

B ea tt la » 



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7 
7 
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11 

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A71 
542 
.4711 
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J33 
316 

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438 
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Enfflixh IhivU 
Cup Team ffin* 
Serte Easily 



WARSAW, Poland. Uay it 
— Wtonlns tbe doubles 
match today, Wnglend elim- 
inated Poland m a seoood 
round Davis Cup tie, three 
matches to none. O. R O. 
Crole-Reeves and H. O, Barnes 
beat Blotarow and l^itb, d-l. 

6-4. 



Bowims \\m. 

DAYJU-C. 

Wickets A g a i s t High 
Scores in English Cricket 
— Micidlesex Defeated 

-Cheaply by Africans 



Police Are Called to Quell Riot at Clevol.Tnd— 
Tigers Hammer Champs — Giants Blank Cubs 
and Cards Nose Out Robins 




11.— Bob Orovo, 

5 I a I 

phia boutlkpav, 
■topped the In- 
dians today, the 
AthleUoB win- 
nine 4-3. The 
game #as halt- 
ed at the start 
ol the ninth 
Inning, when 
fans, dissatla- 
t)ed with ttie 
rullnf oi Um- 
jiirr u I III .1 o y. 
r(>n.*ca out in Uie 
on a questionable 



Hint! hr w 
' ighih inning 

AHt: IIS r'HOCHi:sS,p^''y * p°p 

f ties al Uif umpire. 



THE photo shows Jsck Ooest. Canadian scuUer, of the Argonaut Row- 
ing Club, of Toronto^ at Hmley, as he took to thf wstcr for his 
first trial spin over the course on wUch he will compete for the famous 
Henl^ Olaniand Sotdia la July. Onset waa beaten in the Diamond 
ScoUa last year by his clabmaie, Joe Virrtght. in the scmi-fiilal beat 



Sapperton Blanks 
Esquimau 5-0 in 
. Cup Soccer Match 



Visitors Outclass Locals Practically the Whole 
Distance in Poor Game — D'Easum Registers 
Hat Trick for Winners 



Sapperton may be In the cellar | Sandf ord. vIsittnA goalie, knew his 

position of the Lower Mainland 1 jHc^^ "«> «""e dangerous 

PotbMll Leueuf but they certainly] ^^^^ ^j,^ 

minute*' old p-hen TTiirwel', ogt«ilde 
right tor Sappervin, saitgcd the 
hi»mp with a stinRinkf drive 

The tinkers took up the offensive 
play and John Wall sent a buUel 



9ieTr ■^upcrU.r If Fi-.fi iiiiria It yestcr- 
dav in a Provitirp cup match, and 



thrir f,-n virtor>- irlls in a few words 
the dlffrrrncc between the two clubs 
The Dockers fWlded tbelr best avall- 



l ONDON. May II -On wlckeU 
iiich greatly f-ivorcd the bowlers. 
b.tLsmen hnd to ttifht hard for runs 
In Enslif-h orlrlcf t matche-s today. 
Sniull ■^^.oro:- wr-r*- rhf nrder of the 
day UiT IliP iiiu p.i.'T rhf 8011th 
AJiUraiw gol rid ol Mlddle.srx In 
their first Innings for 132. but the 
tourists themselves were not un- 
pranlve, losing Ave wickets for lie 
runs. AU the BngUsb county teams ' 
were In action today, nine matches 
openbig up this raornlnc. Oloslng 
scores today were: 

At Lords- Mlddleaex 133 (Morkel 
seven wlckeU for fl); Soath Africa 
106 for fin vlcketa. 

At KenulngtoQ Oval— «uiTey. 806 
(Ptonder M. Shepherd 74 not ou^ 
Hobbs 55, Wyatt (our for 61 runs) ; 
Warwt^ SI for one wicket. 

At Leytcn Itmtir 186 (Outmore 
68. O'ODonor M): Torkthln 17 for 
no wickets. 

At Bath— Worcester 388 (Olbbone 
5S, Wright 09 i White four wlokeu 
for 44 runs). 

At artcbUm-Suseex SO; Qtonoee 
ter 10< fbr teven vMwto. 

At Leleestor— Lflleeetar 174 (Daw- 
son OS: Mltohen roar vlekets lor 68, 
Laet Cbree wkfceta for S3>: DsKby 66 
for two wtokete. 

At Northampton— NocthantB 176 
(Aroott nve wkketo for 6S); Ola- 
morgan 116 for three wltfteta. 

At Nottingham— gent m OUrd- 
inga 71. J. L. Bryan 51; Larwood 
four vkikeU for 66); Notts 175 for 
two wickets (Gumi 67, WhyaaU 57). 

At Southampton— Hampshire 43 
toi three wl^uCa. 

Kea Boirman DefeaU 
EdUh Cro»9 Eaaily 



Police came odto the field to pro- 
tect Umpires Ormsby and Campbell 
and eflorto were made by the arUt- 
ecs to qolot ai8 > i irh 6 nn i wlktaottt 
avaU. 

Manager Billy Evans then came 
on to the held and the crowd l)e- 
came quiet. 17m|ttre Ormsby wa^ 
hit on tha head with a bottle, but 
not eerksisly injured. Cleveland 
players, aalsted by groundkeepers. 
swarmed oa tbe field and »oon had 
it c!ear of b0t|les, and the itame 
proceeded. R H. E 

Philadelphia 4 11 0 

Cleveland 1 10 3 

Batt«nftii -- c;r'_'vc, .Shnrf and 
Cochrane; MUjus F'erreii sod 
aaveO. 

Bex 8wafnped 

CHICAOC. May U. The Chleago 
White Sox lost to Washington today. 
9 to 3, In a fame called la the 
seventh on account of rain. 

R H. «. 

Washlaflen 9 10 0 

Ohleaffo 3 0 6 

Battertes ^ Jones and Tate: 
TtaOCnas. Blankcushlp and Grouse. 



Bin Tten' hit a home run wMh th* 
bases f^ll in the eighth innlov- 

R. H. S. 

Chicago . Oil 

New York 8 9 1 

Batteries niake, Cu-Lvm and 
Qrace: Benton jind HoKun. 

Halnea Come« Throafh 

BROOKLYN. MriV 11 Jrv? 
Baines outpitchf-d WUhiim Wauon 
Clark to give the Cardinals their 
seoood straight victory over the 
Robhu today. The score was 3 to 
3. dark gave but (our hits, wbUe 
Halnsa aBesped eesifc IL R K. 

St. Loula S 4 1 

Brooklyn 8 7 1 

Batteries — Balnas and WlkoO. 
Clark and Him line 

BaOy Wins flmmm 

BOBTON. May 1L.-AS the neult 
of an elght-rua rally la the third 
inning, the Boston Braves defeated 
Cincinnati today. Tbe score was 8 
to 7. R H. B. 

OtaMlnnall — .,. 7 10 6 

Boston 8 9 3 

Ba tterles— DoDOhtia, Kolp n ml 



OoDCh. Dixon; Jones. CantweU and 
Taylor. 

Phinics win 

PHILADELPHIA. May 11 -The 
Philadelphia NnUonnb drubbed the 
PIttstmrgh pjf. i.vr:. trxtay and won, 
11 to 8. Kk'ln And Hurst. PhUUes. 
made two homers each, and P. 
Waner. PltUtbUT[h. mad»? one 

n H. E 

PlttJTburKh 6 10 1 

PhUadclphla II 14 1 

Batterie-^HUl. Bwetonic, Daw- 
eon and Hal 61 aa lea,, Hemtfiy ; Roy 
and Lena a. 



STT LOUIS. May IL— Thd Boston 
Bed Box batMd AMa ONWder out 
of the box wlui a sfai-rvn rally to- 
day to defeat the flt. Loui-t Brown.^. 
g to 3. R H. E 

Boston 8 9 0 

St Louis -.. 2 4 1 

Batteries — Moms and Hevlng; 
Crowdpr, Coffman and Perrrll- 
TlKern Take Y*nk« 

Dmiorr, May II The Tljrers 
snapped the eighth gsme winning 
streak of the Yankees here today 
I liy oombtnc four Tauee pitches for 
I twenty-one hlU to wtd J3 to 7. The 
t Yankees gnt slxreen safeties and 
were by no means comfortable foes 
(or Owen OatvoU and Oaase Smith, 

I R a B. 



R IL 

_^ „ _ „ THE HAGITB. Holland. May 11.— Hew Toilt 7 16 1 

able line-up In the hopes of flYtagl^hol Bt'aandfoni'when"only Teetj***" Marjorle Morrill "cored the ottralt \% ti t 

the fans a food match: but their' from the goal. TlUs lltetallr broke|n»»t •hJSles victory for the United. Baltert« — Rhodes. Zaehary. 
hopes ware never reaUaed. Quicker, the hearts of Uie Dockets* Cttet line ! BtAtes today In thp women s t^am Thomas^ Sherrod and Dtobey; Car- 
on ttw l»U and playing a better of attack and the more they tried ina^^ Holland. defeaUng Miss roQ, B„,ith and PhlUlps. 
brand of sDooer the vlstton weve fcr'to beat Sandfont the more hopelesa Couquerrnie, 4-e, 9-fi. 7-5. 

far the more clever eleven. ' the task seemed I K'n Bnw-mon. ranked first In the NAnoMAi* lkaoue 

Plve shots beat Spinner. Ihe local THREE IN A ROW Dui'-t! woni'-n'-; ^Landing, evened the, NEW YORK. May 11 -Rube Ben- 

goalie, but lhe« «me five shots Blnnrie t>Ea*un. never InAlde f^^t dtsportng of M^ 

would have beaten many a good net ,pft f^r Bappt rton ptH thr Kame In Cposb. c( flas VniUlWn, 6-«p ff*L 1 14> five KW Oiaatt b ^1 WCWf y 

custodian HL-* drff-nce left him open co'jlfr with the suldilli n I'f ihc 
a m.-intwr of limes, and the shots and iiunlr ihc r.iunt S-O 



Tot/. 



IT rim 



NBW T08X, May 11 —Saraaen 
n, ililHtim ion of High Tbne- 
Tbllanaa, fraa the slables (4 Mrs. 
O. P. Vieideibllt, today won the 
nm added Yeuthtal Stakes for 
two-year-oUe al teraalea. Caniso. 
carrrlng the colon of W. R ror 
was second, with Crack Brigade. T 
U. Oaesldy'e eoU, tM. 



101 



BOWLINU ANALYSIS 





aw. 


R 


W H Pendray 


t 4 


18 


Bic QuaintAn 


5 3 


11 


Bden Qualnton ... 


\2 . 


8 


c. M. Oalt „ 


1 1 


4 


nve C% FbM laab 






P- Jordan 


"5. > 


It 


T. Benarlh 


3 1 


14 


B. Pareeu . 


4 1 


33 


B. naemaa 


2 . 


9 


W B Enoch 


3 1 


11 


.1 P»vn«. 


3 . 


7 


C. BIythmao 


1 . 


II 


P. BarkM- 


1 1 


1 



Kavtnc forgotten Ma Tteayan and 
speaking only Chinese, Teodorlce 
Apun n, a PlUplno boy who left 
the Philippines lo visit China when 
Yif wiL<< nve roars Old, Is bavtOB dtf- 

nn.irt in geltllW tecB lf«0 IhS 

PbUipplnaa 



that b»~i»t hini were th" remilt of 
clever \^\n\ iind ^tlnRlnR driv<*5 
WOOD OfENK SCORE 
Bapperton won the tos-t and choae 
to kujk wiih (iK* isun at their backs. 
Elpbi minutes frnm the dStft they 
broke into the sxore column when 
Jim Wood, centre (orwud. piaar«d 
a high shot In the oomer of the net. 

Biautanali looked their best in the 
last twenty mioatea of this haU. but 

ISUNWWIN 
FROM ESQIIIHALT 



Jam*-* IMAnd t^t»ei-H (nm'-bul* m 
Setwnd Half and S«-nre Thre^ 
Goals to Captore Game, l-t 

James Island will meet Rnyal Oak 
la the Onal lor the Junior city 
dnmtfloitfbi^ as a result of their 
gthtt****** 3-3 victory over tbe 
anftti^^it aievfltt to the semi- final 
vesterday afternoon at the Beaoon 
Hill grounds, before a oomparatlvfiy 
mall crowd of epaotatara. 

Twenty minutes after the start 
ttqubnalt broke through to roglster 
the openti« tally. Wright put the 
touohes to a pretty comtdnauon play 
when he banfod the leather past 
jgnbtnaon for a well deserrcd goal 
JttI before the half-time period 
atawaart put the esqutmalt squad 
!«• up by beatlns the I.^iand net- 
mttider from close ranffe with a fast 
dnvf 

Trn minute* after the teams 
changed rods Warder handled the 
ball in the < restricted area and a 
penalty resulted. VIlMe made no 
mlsUke and beat D* Coeia with a 
pretty drive. Jamea Idaad evmltaed 
the ooual when Bond eeored fRxa 
a scrambia ta tnmt of tbe aiqulaalt 
ncl> 

With tliTif <!niwlr>c near sni the 
team* twttllnif for th'' wtnnlni; gd^, 

Olda emsbad tbraugb iHe 



E^quimalt lo'.ii,'lit u came but 
hrlplp*.'- t>iitti.' to thr last Aloock 
referced and the teams were, 

Sapperton— -Sandfurd ; Storrard, 
Gardner ; Allsbury. Jack Wood. 
Blatchford; Thlrwall. Howay. Jim 
Wood. D'Basttm and Stlbbs. 

Bb^iutmalt — Spinner; Meahrr, 
Sweeney; Hosmer. Stewart, Nir<il, 



Royals Defeat Saanich 
Thistles by Score of 7-2 



Dntninion Soccer Champs Find Islanders Hasy 
Burnett. Banks. John Watt. Wag- Advancine to Final Round of Province Cup 

land and CoUlcr. r- i t i i ■ ' 

— Essler Scores Locals Pair 



Max Sehmeling 
Signed for Go 
WUh Vacudun 

V yfONTRSAL, Kay 11.— Max 
IVl sobm^lng. German 
heavyweight signed aiilolei 
today for his June 37 match 
with Paouno tawudun. on the 
Milk Fund cand at the New 
Yort^ Yankee stadium The 
boxer arrived here from (1*t- 
many yesterday for a r_-'-nfT- 
ence with Madlaon sqiiQr'< 
Oarden olllclaJs. He will re- 
ceive 30 per ont of the gate 
reoelpla. 



mall dafenoe Ibr utoai 9fe«nd to be 
Um deeidlat loaL 

ArmskroBg i«f ereed and th* leanAi 
foUow: 

■eqaknalt ~ De Cosfa, Tonhy 
Warder, Brian, Hlcka. McLean, a. 
BOdka. Aadereea, Wright. Stewart 
aad llntML 

Jamas T s lsn d- J m kl nwt , Riven, 
Wltooo. Aldob^ 'HMmpBoa. R^va,' 
Bund. Cowdan, natd^ Olde aad 



Navy Cr^tc Wina 

ANNAPOLIS. Md . May II -llavy 
Vanity u a in e u hum ttp tbalr rmt 
vk«ery «f tfee aeaeon when they led- 
JlB Tm jack's ayra<*uae Mades- 
jBSa by foar lengths over the old 



VANOOtTWL May ll^Wcst- 
ntnster Rivals paseed fato ttie finals 
of The P iwia ee Oup eompeUtlon at 
Con -lonee Park this afternoon 
flfffalinsr Sasnlrh Thistles 7-3, be- 
fore i\ ^fVM^ rrowd Royals will now 
meet the wmner of the North Shore 
United -Sapperton larae for pcasea- 
skm of the eOmare. Ttw lelaaden 
proved no matob for the Oeaattloa 
chaiuplona. 

RlKht from the kick-off It waa ap- 
parent that the Victoria eleven 
w'liilr; be no match for the Wf-i^'mln- 
•.\rr tram and tt waa no "iir.-.r j-ic 
when Turner opened the »."onnjc 
after five minutes' play Kerr had 
friritf-fi Armitase and Harper, and 
r;n. lv frowied the ball perfectly to 
•Uf oppa^te wtng. BtoMiart stabbed 
It bark to Tumer and tba tasMe left 
had such aa eai7 ehaaee 4Sial he 
was able to pMc oat aar «o8 In the 
net he tend to plaoo tbo^tev. 
MISSES aUMOB 

Moorehouse had a ftne dhonee Id 
cfoallae just aftarwarde, bat after 
lettiiw clear of the backs he shot 
wMe with fmiy Shdes to beat Min- 
Ok almoat leveled the score wtui s 
knwly header from P' prey's ffntre, 

but the Royals went down acaln to a iirnmma#<> K'^ pot en S 
get further ahead The baU came out countM- for Lite rtoyaJa 
to RuW'i '-^ilowlnt a comer k'cb. Ttw leuns 
and the tug centre half had let Baanirh TM<tJr» Rodvete, 
drive for the Dce wMb A bard shot. 
Rodgen cat hie bead to OM baa but 
U epnn away ^on his grasp and 
went a foot over the ttoie. and Raf- 
eree Clifton who was ncbt an tlw 
spot, gave a itoal Five iiiliuBlb lilll 
J. GKOM fMgd UM Btfl tfM» S |«4 



COMT UUOUB 

8AORAMENTO. Mav 11— The 
Ifiiekms registered thrir fifth 
straight victory m-er the Bacra- 
mento Benatom here today but It 
twk thrm elevrn innl/iffs to do It. 
The score was H to ll. KI.x pitch- 
ers were uAed in the slugfest In 
which the l»^d Bwung iteveral times, 
to a final Red win. Home runs by 
Backer, Baldwitt and GamUII fea- 
tured. R R. B. 
Mlndone ta 17 1 

Baeraaeato U 30 3 

(Eleven Innlnss) 

Batteries— Krause. Nvven and 
Raffmao, Baklwtn: Bzyan. Raeihac, 
Pratas and Koeblv. 

Hemer Does YHch 

LOB ANOD<BB. May 11.— 4Bhic 
Totem's home run in the ninth 
loDlng with Walter Berger on base 
gave Lon Angeles a 7 to 6 victory 
over Portland here today, after a 
wild and wooly game which saw the 
Boore ued four ttaaee. R H. e. 

PorUand « 11 1 

lA Ahgeka 7 10 1 

Battertaa— Knight and Bates: 
Roberts, BoObic, Ftton and Ran- 

nah. 

Riars Noned Oat 

OAKLAND. May 11.— Crowdlni 
nver a Mr.icif (ally la the sixth and 
two more in the seventh, Oakland 
ptled up a winninii murBln over 
Hollywood and then staved off the 
Htarx' laat-nmate rally to win 8 to 3 
today. R H. K. 

Hottywood . . X 7 0 
OaUsnd % II 1 



Batterlea-Jotaaa, Ornt mi 
ler; Craghead and Lombaitfl 

IndlaJt* Khnt Oat 

PAM FTl ^*;r-l.S('0 Mav II - - 
Whll^ F in. r ,!,i. oh« a-Rfl whitewash- 
ing BeatiU' aiKl lettlns the vlalton 

down with six blU. his San Pran- 
ttaeo Seal teammates slabbed oat 
fifteen bite for a 13 to 0 rictfiry 
ootelde tbe penat^ area to prevent today. The Seals reached Pipftraa 
» pass rearhlnr Turner, and Conlier for three runs In the serinnd and 
drove the free kirk direct Into the rfnitmned to make hfwball 
top nf tJir net for th<! third roal -wh-VTpee" In the flftii fIiIJi snd 
twi than a min'ite afterward.i Coul- se^'en'h, r'>l*-man am) WinK-i Real 
t/*r and Turner combined right o«tIleld'-Tm earii hit home runs, 
thrmfvh the vtsltUig defence and the ^ R H. X. 

inside left put gn s fourth taJly with ' B<^tt> 0 6 1 

an unstoppable I0ot H»n fVunrtvo 11 18 I 

In the next minute Minnie gave BatierieK Pliirras and Slelneefce: 
BbBiB a lovtfy abOt bo negotiate the] Jacobs and 

foat or the peat, and when the 
Royata went cn the attack afala 
Roren made a fine nm by dmav 

St Turner's fee* as the Inside left 
■^fn In the art of ahoottng froni 
thrrr--yard-«' range. Hie foalle was 
beat/-n Jiut afterwaTdt by A gbf^le 

Rhot frnm T^jrner. 

At half time the eeeiv nas M ib 

thr R/.yiiVs favor. 

FHSbCR 8CORCA TWO 
por the first ten minutc« after re- 
enmlBS the Royals Ir^jiUged in •nfn<> 
laatt y fooMork. Ooulter added a 
HHb vben he hex He! a centre from 
KOFf g o al wa i dg and It bounced past 
Rodffers Three minutes later Bnder 
tot away snd gave Shlles no ehame 
with a low shot, and shortly after 
ths same player lifted a baD over 
the Westminster goaUe'k * — 1 in 



INTEBNATIONAI. I.rAr.FE 
Roeawoter. 7; Baltimore 4 
Mnntreal, R; Jeraev f'lty, 4. 

Rj^/llng, (1, Tornnt/i, 0. 
Biilfalo. 7; Newark. 4. 



Old Country Football 



. . Joe 

Orowr Harprr lirr: 'Tow*. Viggtn, 

Afmit^^. I'Arcf. tf nrehiwiae 1^ 
star. Mbme and Bwii«. 

W n Mi i l I Royak — Shlles, 

Btnac, AndefaoB. 
Detaaey. Kerr, 



BK^ABT. May ll^trtdi Leaffve 
soecar football eamf to sn end for 
tlie »rft)«nn )/>diy with th** final 
matches in the Belfaat City Cup 
sertea. The cup was wen by Olen- 
avoo. Results of malebai (oDow: 
UDflHd 6. Banymen^ 0. 
Ban6W 1, Belfast Cettie I. 
Qaeem Ited a. MMdora 1 
Newry 8, Aids t 
DlstUlrry fi. Oolaralna 1 
Olentoraa 3. l^m 1. 

' OBflflnvfUa 1. Ot ennmi X 

BBIW)— flBIP Wm BVCMV 
HALIPAX. Big, Ifay ll^-and- 
denfleld won tbe Rugby f W> 
OOP, sBMcmatie at *B iMPofeeiteoat 
unaai pam tfup of AKland today. 



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THH DAILY CQLON13T, VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1929 



AMATEUR BASEBALL LEAGUE TO OPEN TOMORROW 



Jokers Will Battle 
Sons of Canada In 
Initial Encounter 

_ - « j — 

Ma vor Anscomb to Throw Rist Ball— Stick- 
ney and Kerr Will Be Opposin.c: Chuckers^ 
StToag Teams Ready for hray 



May or Berben AtViconib uml Al- 

•l&eial fafttkcr for ft« opcotnc b»u 
flstar* of th» VMorte Mtfor Amm 
tear LMffw omM ftt tt» Rorai 
ABilattD Puk Imuumy w nli^i 

Mftyor Anscomb. who haa tatm 
pnctUlnc IB the teefc lot. rtportA 
fall C2My HbH earn «orkli« to per 
nettoo, wbOft Mdermui Adam, who 
will completa the b»kt«T. 
adoptm &n th«> bt7 iMCue ilgn&ls 
ftDd Is tn reodiiirw to cfrtcta Uie Orat 
pill reg»nlle» of whvther It lJ> 
tbnWhi over the pl&tc or not. 

IminedtetAly the oCDchLl oprnlns 
oarenmiy U ftniahcd. ^hf .s>n.^ rrf 
<?inMtK. Ifcirt years S«ilf»r LeaffU* 
ehftinptolU. and the Jokm. winners 
of Iba CommfTT la! lyaini'", ^ lU honk 
Vp til ttW Inltln: r-nntir^t 

SnCKmrY TO START 

WMt BUc-kner, speed b»U arti.'-.t. 
and a cfauckfr who ha« u murh 
varlKT u the rmiitiow ha* coloir, 
has been aelerted to ffo to Ui*' 
hDlock for the Jokrm Hp will be 
Oppowd by Johnnv Ki-rr SUrkney 
U a tiWTTii r ' " ' Mw»in'i,s twirler, and 
ha* been seen in acuon o p tba local 
Mn lOt'ODOflgb to kJIIUH JlMl 

ba la eapaUa or-Aotac- «r nOCht 
eaally be termed an old atandby 
wHh (be Bona of Canada, aa ba haa 

helped them out of many tl^it 
hole before. AccorHing to Manacer 
Jaek Baooa. Karr 1» in for a piod 



The reepecthro Una- ops compare 
very favorably, and bidtcaUom lu-r 
that thT* win be a tJUnlr lUniHRl.- 

.Tark Bacon, who has bor n .sren In 
M Tinn KftTbed In a cntrhrr's muik. 
[>:»d^ nnd what not. will b«> in a new 
poBiUun. Jack Is going to try his 
haad^mt tfwiMoik and OoOa Owp- 



ban wm oomidete the Sonr of Can- 
ada battery. ICtoi Crtmpbrll 
lioW down the initial sc k whii- 

Brrt Nox will rnvtr thf h^v r^ri' 
cushion. Bill Einrry, » Idm.ei luoui 
ber of Hanbury s ntne. In the Ter- 
minal l>e>a^c. wUl bold down the 
hot romrr Oeorfo Oaady. fonner 
Eiii;i'';. fiplder, BW Bolman. the 
Rabf- Hiith of lorat bawball. ond 
(JTMltc Falconrr. lormrrly of the 
YfHirm UlTfTrth VRnc«)u'-'fr, will 
chAse the Hv bulls m Xhf nuU-r gar- 
dena. Other ni'mt>rrs nf thr Cana- 
dians' club nii-lur](? Bill I'a-vimore. 
J!m Poet. Rii-iph Mawlnnnfy and 
Tommy FtTijo 

JOKKKS' SQI'AD FAST 
Tlie Joken, formrr CommrrclaJ 
League nine, making their debut in 
srnior rnmpany, have a last tqitad 
and one that looks stranc enough to 
give the Canadlana planty of flgbt. 

CUuide Belcher wm bold down the 
Initial sack, with '^n" Itlvers at 
BMxmd. Jim D'Arcy, fioraer mom- 
bfr of the Capltala, will cover thr hot 
compr, while "Cab"* CoUtna will hi>!d 
down hi3 old position at short&uip 
Arrhic Hubbard »tll rompletp the 
Joktfni' batt<-ry. Art Barry, Hughle 
DvvfTfAiix and Elmer Sirath will 
^ay In the ou tfleld. In additi on to 
tUTBRVT ^ B i fcfliU loatertal ttur 
fomer Oommerelil ^ a p ia eb«ro- 
pleOi have on thnlr pitching rortar 
Dave Donaldson. Dan LidAtone, AL 
ACummery. Petr Campbell. Pollard 
aad "Spmd" H«hnaan. 

BKTISSD aCHEDUU 
Thm nvtaed acbedule which was 
nlnued by the schadnla oommlttaa 
la.'! nlRht foUiMPs: 
Mftv 13 -^Sons of Canada vi. Jok- 

May IS.— TUUcuma va. Bsttaa. 
May HI IMdlWr Vft. BOBB OT OW- 





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BMMilv, Wm Itaa Wnnpa. R«U«»t a«nn«r 
Brwht. Ouky MaldMl. ^Mlth Or^»n» 
ivrticbtd: T ia nra >*^**'£;> 
ftr.sht. Pair RoaallaiL IMUs ik«lk 

WlKHrp TVdOO. 

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Piiunh raM»M«r aa* a taM rwji«»- 
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; , Bcitv Aon. iMcUto. On Trial. Oal- 
i .Tii Kniahu B«U Oprth. DoMbirty, Ball 
Km Scfniohad: Ootta Ott Haw- 

Kiiii-rii*. Pefcc* B»r. 
I Piftii r«in^ Mllf "Hd • »l»W«nUit 
U^tlte nma (Mty«r»> l « « I 3 W M.4S 



Sound City Golfers Pull Un- 
expected and Chalk Up 
Eight-Point Lead in Inter- 
club Match 



BON STPIf^ PLAYS 
SEmATiOSALGOU 



JUBILEE RACE WON 
BY ATUFORD; REIGH 
COONT IS UNPLACED 

ESUPTOK PARK. Eds.. Mar 21- 
— Atbfod. by Blandford out a< 
Atbaat and own«l by w Bamett. 
won the Oreat JubUae today. 

'MsiQn waa aeooiid aad Oabal- 
lera waa third. 

If sigh Count, famous American 
bonw, wu IB tha IMd but dld-not 
flniah in the DMnay. 

Athford won by a lenckh. vhLo 
there was & head between aataod 
and third. Sevenkern lan. 

The betting against Athlorn .\u- 
100 to 12 against: Trelewyn 100 to 7 
and against Caballero 10 to a. 

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May 37.— bclea va. Sidney. 
KAay tt^-Bons of PM»da va. um- 
cuma. 
May SI— Jofcan vi. 
June s.— TIUoBDa va. 
9m i— fhglaa vs. Bona of Ou- 



COIUNGS HEADS 
WEEKLK SHOOT 



Gani>>'n MtntbT of < nitittlliiii Bla- 
Icj Ttaju Maiirs tveii <. cDtury 
— BfL Hffan Second 



afternoon. r*i6iu 
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WEAR ARROW OOniES 

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June 7 — aidrw^ vs. JOkera 
• • a 

June 10 -Jokers vs. Sons of Oan- 

iftda. 

June 13.— Eafflea va. TUUcvma. 
June 11 Itrnw oT Oaaadft w. Sid- 
ney. 

June ITr— TnUeums vs. Jokara. 
June air- BIdney va. IBsglas. 
June ai.— TQUcums n*. Soos of 
Oaaada. 
June ae. Bbglag va. Mesfk. 
June 31. — Sidney yt. niUcumc 
July S.r-«ans of Canada va. Bades. 
9ia$ ft^^okers va. GMoey. 

July t/— Sou fli«OU^ le. jok- 
ers. 

July 10.— TltlKniua T8. Mlaa. 
July la ^ BM n ay va. BoM of 



At the weekly rifle shoot held at 
Heals Rangea yesterday 
Maater-Ounner 
Oarrlson, made a nne score of 100 
to lead the marksmen. "Lottie" U 
now shooting In hiA Bbdey form. The 
weather was all thai wa.% needed lo 
make an IntrresUng aflemoon. but 
'Jit iTiarksnipn were traiibird by i\ 
ulcky mirage and a gradually 
5drwing*"8 llfht, which made it a bit 
dUBoult at the longer rancea. There 
waa ■ good tnnMiiK ud Uis soorea 
folknr: 

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•nma. l.M2-a. Ai» ran: BnwdMS*. Ha» 
iron. TtModb. Jock. OUPk fsisis i sa* 
Blackwood, aoratahad: CMMAa. ma- 
pniua. Torn. DBSl Ut i 

aixtti raaa— dlx turlatiM: 
ClrdB Vaa DBMD We- 

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Spot t«r0 BraOaTbtRi amtrhtit. L-aun- 
drnnaii. Soddr BaML i*m. Oul Mtmsleur 
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July 17.— a^ka «. BUmt. 
July IS.-Baoa tA Osaada vi. TUU- 

CISIU. 

July 23 Jnkera va. Bugles. 
July 34.— TUUftuma va. Sidney. 
July a>. IMas m BOna U Oan- 

ada. ^ I 

July aS.^Bldney vs. Jokrra 
TTie first mfntloncd \f< the hrxne 
' liib til IJir firsf and s^oinl rotind.^ 
iiiiL In the third round t4>am captains 
wiu ha^T \X)M for the prtvUaao of 

bt-ltig (h« homf rlub 

Nanmmo South End 

Win Junior Soccer 

NANADIO, iCBv lxZ«cortng the 
only toal at Um day. It Onr. pisy- 
lag for the llanalmo Sooth Wb ftor- 
enters, today won the 03. Allan 
Cup. emblematic oC the proTtnolal 
Junior footbail rhmitfonalilp. gtyUit 
hU team a wtn from RatfMnga Ath- 
letics. Vancouver. The game was 
played tn Nanalmo. and after tveji- 
ty-seven mlnutea of play Nanalmo 
aeocsO. tt ma s lisrtf. oop-ttt atnig- 
•it. 

O. p. Davla. 1CPJ*.. Oowlidtan- 
Nawcaatle. preaented tbe cup to 
Captstn Hinitlanil. of tM Maaslmo 
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CRE W WIN S RACE 

CAUBRIDOE. Mass.. May 11. — 
The Cornell Varsity crp* won it* 
three cornered rate wlUi Harvard 
and MassachiueiLi i prii in-ro t^Klav 
The Ithacam ifi \U i by two 
lengths and tlie Clriin.vni traJle^l 
Tech by a length 

The Junior varaity ra<^ between 
the same three colleges w.-ui won by 
Harvard with Tech only thref feet 
behind and Cornell only * full 
{"iiKth In the rear of the (.YUnaon. 



06U>. Norway, liaar It^innQlng 

both .Hlngles yeeterday. Htmgary Jul^oa; 
captured iL'i nrst rouiid Da-.n Cup 
tennis con t r i w 1 1 ii r^' or » n y , four 
matches to "'i' v -ti Titkacs de- 
feated Jack NirUcu 6-1. ti-1, 7-5. 
and Von Kebrling downed TorUd- 
aen ft-1, e-a.te-1. for the final vto- 
tortCB. 

Biu^azy^ Davis Cup eoaquaafe of 
Norway marks completloa of fliM 
nmod Buropaan sone play. IB the 
saoood raond. acheduled to be com- 
pleted tiefore May 19. Uernianv 1.^ 
pKted against Spain. Italy vh. Ire- 
lUld. CBBChoslovakla v<t B<.'ltriiitn, 
Denmark vs. Greece. Hungary va. 
Monaro. Egypt vs Holland. Sweden 
va. South Africa and Oreat BrlUln 
vs. Poland. 

Of thl/1 number Orrniany. f?[>aln. 
Itulv, Ireland, flwedrn. South Afnca, 
Great Britain and Poland drew byes 
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BOBTON, Msy U. — Barl Clark. 
BoatflD Brsvei caotrafi^er, yester- 
day wtabUshad a new major league 
record by making twelve putouta 
and an assist In the game with 
Cincinnati, which Uie visitors won. 
6-2. The prevlou* record, eleven 
piitouU. waa shared by five playem. 
Dick Harley of the Oardinais. T P. 
Hartael of the Cuba, Happy Felsch 
of the White Box. Man Cany, play- 
tam with tbe Pttmles vbsa ba tied 
the mark, ai^ Johaa/ Maettl e( ttaa 

All of daiVa potoali Madfeed 
(tam fly bans, and Ui IBaa aattst 
ouna In tbe flrst twritaa when he 
tBmr boDM le Bppanr. wlw nalM 
BWBDM O tbert tryttt to aaa n. 

COLVMBIA OARSMEN 
WiN AT PmiCSTON 



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The unt-xpetted hft[)pt'nrd ye-s- 

terday at the Victoria Oolt Club 
wbaa tlW ttwsdlflg Seattle itfta 
gained an elthi^i»olDt lead In lU 
first half ef the annaal homa-aod- 
home series The Smind Olty 
won out by a M-3fi :tcore. 

At the end of the morning ^oun^1^ 
the local team was holding a two- 
point lead, Mii In the artefnoen the 
Ttnieie locm wtpad out tlie deficit 
Bad teefc s anhetanMal lasAtav end- 
ing st tte lai« end flC a »-u count 
In the f oun enn a 

Tbe feature match of the day was 
between Bon Stein, the crack Ba- 
Sttle eaponant of the royal and 
inrtffife game, and Jack Malson 
Oak Bay's star left-himder Both 
players were playing tru.' lo form 
and Stein ended the match on the 
sixteenth green by winning 3 add 1 
Stein wa5 making Old Man Par 
ashamed of himself and rrarhed 
the KlxtoenLh green with a wonder- ' 
ful card, needtnc only two four* to 
rheck In with a 67. However, the 
liAW iii-scontinued the match. l*e 
eteil. second string man on the 
visiting team, met his Waterloo at 
the hands of Art Baasley in the 
sIimSbs. vrtine BWdn and Stall proved 
too atmf for the Matson and 
Beasley combination tn the four- 
and the former pair tweeaed 
thnn«n vletortoua. 3 and % after 
a Baa msidL 

Many et me etlier mstohea veie 
cloaa wane aavetal turned <wtof » 
one-aided nature. The aoena of the 
fdnglM and the fcauBpfnas. with the 
SeatOa team first mentioned In 
eadi CBBB. toUow: 

Ben Bteln 1 ve. J. R. Matson 0. 
Leo BMl 0. IS. A. O, BM^.l- 
H. A. niir~ l-X n. K. C. AUea 

'"m M.Mfi«waaie«.w.Atea Wat- 
son, i. _ 
J H BaUlnger 1. vs. A. B. O. Mos- 

grave 0, ^ 

s. D. itu— a m S. A. Burton. 

1-3 

L ntilvert 0. ta A. V. Price 1. 
H. M Baioeea ( oepta in ) I. vs. Har- 
old WUson 0. 
C. V. Boyee 1-a. va. Arold Haynea. 

a W. OomeU 0, vs. H. P. Bfeptarn 

I. 

Dr. C. B. Ford 0. vs. Norman Pell I. 
T. ovent 1. n. Bten Bavnea 0. 
CK W. Bouke I. ts. Ai r Oawaid 

0. 

C. p. Burnett 1, vs. B. P< Jaaono 

0. 

A- a. Kerry 0. T». H C. Carrrt: 1. 
R W Perry 0. vs J. K. WlL^on 1 
B B Pe<lly 1. v8, E. D. Todd 0. 
W. Donohoe 1, vs. Captain Mat- 
laiBon 0. 
U Davla 0. vs. T. O. Mackav L 
O. B. Bbertlag 0. va. touls Tect 1. 
A. Btygger 0. ya. B. Psa nhe y 1. 
L. C. Heuy 0. vs. Hew Pateraon 1. 
E. L. Skeel t, va. Roy Hadley 0 
O. p. Lamson 0. vs. Dr. Barrett 1. 
Jim Sobey 1, vs. A. E. Haynes 0. 
R. Ollleiple 0. vs. U. J. tMvls (cap- 
Ulnl 1. 

Jt»lah CoUlns 1. vs C W Pang- 
man 0. 

M. Freeman 1. vjt U H .snape 0. 
L Terrell 0, vi H i^r i • 
P. Henry 1. vs. T. E- Uunpman 0. 
w B. Power 0. vs. J. A. Rlthet 1. 
A. Dlekinson 0. va. W. B. WUson I. 
O. W. Stlmaoa 1, va. H. J. Omae 0. 
p. K. etnm 1. va. H. A. Tomatbi 0. 
C. lysryeu 1-3. n. captslu Mer- 
■ton 

W. D. Coaur I, VI. Ray CJasUe 0. 
bou Patttdlo 0. va. W. Leach L 
Judge Battle 0. va. J. Gray L 
Joshua Oraan 1. vs. B. S. Baa- 

nlngs 0. 

P. E. Bantf 0. va. W. H. M, Rat- 
dan 1. 

nasi, Beat :. !9 viri/iris ai. 

rOl RSOM 

Boo eteln and I--' Hif-H 3; J. R 
ICatson and A O Beafiley 0. 

H. A Pleager and M M. McEl- 
walne 2. K C Allen and A. Watson 



VANOOUVBR, llsr Ur-^Miiday 
sport reaults: 

Baaebaa— Senior City iMgne: 
VJLG. 6. Aashla 6. Ptremea 4. Qen- 
enlaa. 

Boooer — MidnlaBd Oup> seneirnl 
round: North Shore Vnmd 1. Bk 
Saviours 8. 



PORT WORTH. Tsxaa. May U.— 
Herbert Hedwnan. New York, the 
oldest man In C. O. Pyle's I>erby 
won the f'ny second lap today, rua- 
nlns tlie u.iiiv '■■'0 miles from Del- 
tas to Fit'. 4:30:40. Sam 
Rlchmai. - : N - a . ...rk. was seoond 

n, 4 25 10 Phlllll) OranvUlB. BSm- 

iiiou. uiit. third, in 4:W:0(, and 
Psnl BImpepn. BurUngtoa, N.O., 
fourth. Pate Oavunl. ftialsnd. and 
John Sale, Passaic, NJ. tied for 
fifth plaos. 

OaruBd and Salo. by running In 
the same time, did not change their 
oCfMsl standing as leaders In total 
time. 




Wofhington Vnivernty 
Wint. Trxk^JiM Meet 

STAnn.JM. .sK.\rn-:E. Wash, 
May 1 1 .—By Uie overwlieUnlng score 
of 83 to 49 the tmivetaUy of Wash- 
ington easily dafaated the Dnlvanlty 
of Oregon today i4 tbe annual track 
aad field meek 

A new world's teoonl In the dlsotts 
wsrsnnoonoed for Ed MoeUer. Cte^ 

ewelgbt man. when he baavad 
plattv 160 feat 1 Inob. 

Tlentalc^ OhlBa» la ta Usts a aa» 

tin5T>ltAl. 



Third Faroritf 
tor Ih'rlfv May 
Be Sinitclwd 

LOKDOM. May ltr-a«ilBg ea- 
Uiiwhatt got B^teok today iftion tt 
was announced that the Aga Bhan'a 

hone. CoBUki Pasha, whkb haa 
been third lavottta fDr the Deikf. 
June 5. will not ran "unieas a mir- 
acle happens." 

The horse la not eonetdared fit. 
which u a heavy Mow to people who 
hold tleketa for Oostaki Pasha in 
the Stock Btehauge sweepstakea. 
There are two equal prises ttx each 
horse In the race. 1. Roeenthal. 
member of the Johannesburg Stock 
Exchange, who holds one Oostaki 
ucket. la aid to Be;** nCsMd fSaMO 
for 11. 

CANTON, China. M»y n, 'IV'' 
Oantonese anny aviators. stLipecttil 
of Kwangsl sympathleB. were exr 
cuted today. They were acrui.ed ■ : 
deJlberai^'ly forcing their pUin'- 
Into a ip-mirul rnllwlon ji-sUTt: i* 
when ordered to 'aIci' ^ the air 
Aomb the dl«aff*Tt«l Uantoneai- 
naval units which revolted TTiur.-s- 
dsy 

Twenty Amerlran jnarlnes today 
Ruarded th" Ann-rloSB OBOauJate In 
Shameon, lorctgu ooaMBrton quarter 
m Osotdx acltlah gowte sBa 

landefl 



la ihbVMbt halM la one day too 
great a strain <m a ndddla-aged 
letfcr af avermae str«agta wke |laya 
aidy aaoe a we«k7 



by 

wnxn MsePAW.aiot ^ 

I would not like to a^ definitely 
just how many holes the inUfaUe- 
aged golfer atwold play In coe day. 
as this depends entirely upon the 
physical ooodiuon ef each Individ- 
ual. X have found plenty who are 
"gluttons for p'lnL-shmenf and 
play aa many .i Mm'y-^ix u-i forrr- 
flve holes each day for ihrei- at tnur 
days each week. Tliere are .iiJ.i'rn, 
Of course, who are not physimiu 
fit to do anything like this, althotich 
they might be mu^ younger \u 
yean. 

My advice to evsmoe, nisrdIe^.■v 
of NW. to to play a much as he 
ma, but to quit wImu be atlll feels 
good and not keep goint; r-^ nti 
In. Just for the sake or .»\ n/ 
played thJrty-sIx or forty live iiole- 
or ni'T" in one day 

Rj'inrniber to Stop when yOU StUl 
feel RcxNi and yon WfU StWB «t|er 
the game. 




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Holling Piano. 
Devring Piano . 



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Hopkinson Piano .^2 10, now. 
Heintzman Piano .SlSo, now. 
Practice Piano . .$ 85, now. 



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lombU's varsity crew dafeatad 
Princeton by four hmgths aad 

penTwyl">nla h* ten lengths in the 
feature even* of 1!ie annual ('hlkU 
r- p rcRatla on Lakr ramegie to 
(Columbia iwepl all four of 
ih>' day n evenia. taking the fresh- |tlOB 

Iman. Junior varsity and llgMaal 
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Panama is planning a number of 
new aviatta n flrida. ^ 

BiiioQs H^tdadies 

Cold Night Sweats 

Tm <|alcUy flaMae Thase Aflmnls 
By fTdng 

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Of eoorse the en ordered 

and TvHaxiedlpBKltamon-s Pills, 
the kidnaya tvealva new tene. the 
Mond Is renovated, and the MadI It 
B renewal of food health. 

No need for delay The sooner yen 
mt Dr namllUin't Pilla the aoonar 
youH fael th« brisk, kenn aatiafar- 
oC a hcaltay. weU-rvgulated 



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J. H BalUnger and & D. 
IM 1 3; A. 6 O. Uavave snd a A. 

I ton 0 

' L caivm and K. M. Bebtom l; 
A V prv e and -Binid "WUaon I. 

c r Bovce and O. W. OOnM 1; 
Harold Haynea and B. P. Beptoun 1. 

Dr. C. B, Pord and T. Oa aU a 3; 
NORsan ysn and B. Bsynoi 0. 
O. W. Bearke and O. P. Bumeu 0: 

A. .T. Ooward and R P. Johnson 2 

A. 8. Karrv and R. W. Perry 0;. 

B. O. OarreU and J K Wilaon 1 

B. B Pelly and W TV^nahoe 3: I 
D Todd and I'^i-' MK^terson 0. 

Id Davu and C H ia>erunc 3; 1 
O. Mackav and L V York 0 

A. Brygger and L C. Henry 0. P 
Peaohey and Hew Pateisan 3. 

B L. Sketil and O. P 
R. Hadley and Dr Barrett 1. 

Jim sobey and R CMUeaple 1; A 
a Baynto and B. J. Oawla 1. 

JOriata OBttna sod K. Pio iiiiaii 1; 
0. W. PaagBMa and a a flnepa 1. 

U TerreO and P- Benry 0; J. B. 
Lee and T B t^mpman 3 

W. p. Power and A lii'klnaon 3; 
J, A. Rithet and w n wii».mi o 

C. W. Btlmaon and f K .sfuvr 3; 
H J CTane and H A T'.ir.wiin <) 

C Terrell ftnd W n ( <KnT 1; 
Capt Mentmi ar>d Ray CasUe 1. 

Lou Pattutlo am Judge Battle 1; 
W. Leach and J- Oray I. 

JOshiia Orean and P. B Bands i'. 
H. B. Kunnu^s and W R M. Hal- 
daaa 0. 

Total. Beeltii »; Vlelaels la 
Owed teatf et Mslafc vm BosMIe 



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cj^ttB. We invite jda to eiamme the 
612fe surplus valoe. and to make your 
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OPEN EVENINGS 

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GreM Advances Are Made 
By Radio in Soviet Russia 

Sbott-Wavc Sution With Direct Communication 
to New York Will Be SituauU at Moscow — Seu 
Installed in Scbook 



m KAKrar OODBL 

mw YORK. Ufty 11— Loud 
•pMktn at urtwn strtwt oomm and 
raoflMnt a*U la adMMto itntf viUi«« 
•■MaMr hftUs an earrylnf to ttot 
Btaalaii pMpl* tli* proframmea of 
«Utj-a«ven radio broadcasting 
-taUom that have been ulabiliibed ' 
9i the Soviet Ooveniment. ( 

With only Uiree hiiiidrfd thousand ' 
rudlu sets in use. HusaU h&s yet to 
U('('ompllA}i Lh«- major purt of its 
IjLhii ot iiiftltinK radio aviUlable tO I 
r\ir muses. In the araount Of 
hTLiirlca^tlng u( ail kllXll Ot prcK 
K I amines, however, tt ia far ahead 
o( tbt rwt o< Bnnpe. tor a«tfty aU 
tu ctaOooa' an woifelBt oa s fun- 
day iwhifdiiif. 

Oennany, Awea and Sweden. 
Vrttb about thirty stations each, aiid 
the Uiutt-d KingdiMn with twenty- 
two, do not, oSar Uvlr lutcaen an 
many dlSVMife {tftcnsuBM to tune 
In 

I.Urlr known factJi about Hua.'ita'a' 
radio development tiave tteen 
broi«ht to Ught a« the result of the 
•OOOXIOO ootttract for radio equl|K 
ia«nt noantly placed wtth an Amer- 
ican manufaoturioc cooo am through 
the Amtorv Ttm^at Oonipany. oOl- 
clal trade npntntaUvta of toe So- 
viet oovenMBMft 1B lUi cMr* nito 
equipment la aow betas deUnnd 
pleoemeal. 

DBBIOK OWN SBTfl 

It tncladaa the laivaat High-volt- 
aoe reictlftat evek^ built fa^ radio, a 
Riant unit eapable of a lefao hun- 
dred and fifty kilowatt output. The 
dealgn of Professor Bench- Bruevtch, 
haiicd aa Russia's greatest radio 
engineer, consists cf eighteen mer- 
cury vapor tubcA which tnuufonn 
an altrmatlnft current into a direct 
currrn! r' » pnt/ntial flfl«M'n livijii- 
fiaiif] voltfl. The ordenng ot thi* 
ii ' uner would tend to vertfy re- 
poitn that Russia Is buUding Lba 
largest steUoa In the world elltaer 
at MoeoDw or at WIshnlnw t orod. 

Amtorg oOdals do not know ^ut 
what use wlU bt made of the recU- 
Her, but It waa Indicated from other 
■Dimes that It will probably be 
ad^ited to Russia's present highest 
powered broadcasting .'itat Ion at 
Uoecow which Is mt«l at ffHty 

The Hu!uslanA have d»*iugned and 
oianuf actured pnvr : k ikl ly all ot 
their own radio equipment, but the 
iO-eallad "weak current trust" re- 

SDtly eooclndad an afnemant with 
e Radio OorporaHoa of America 
fbr technical co-operaUon. The 
agreement provldoi for an exchange 
of potent and SDClDeerlng informa- 
tion Partly In ooonaotion with thi^i 
n^irrMiieiU iind alSO to etudv the 

TO mmm] 

SACMSIC 

lassies and Selections Ap- 

proprialr for the Day 
S( hrduled on Majestic 
Programroc 

WVETTy M M fiKHS 
ENTLRTAllS FANS 



Amerleaa radio system, XHraetor 
Antubln and Chief linhiftr 21k- 
Unsky of the trust are now on their 
way to tbla couitry for an eatanded 
Tklt 

KADIO STATIONS 
Soviet Russia wUl have a short 
wave station at Moscow tn direct 
communication with New York be- 
fore the year is out. It Is also 
buUdlnti unf at Khabarovsk, at Ihr 
wt'^iern riid .Sibt-rlu on the border 
of Sib€«-la, prrs'iiinbi v Un- romiimni- 
CatlnS with \1<i:-'-'jv. TIU--. .stultun 

may alio be u£>cd lur a iriLnipacihc 
elreult with the united States. 

As In this oountry and Canada, 
the ffiwlati ««f*<**^'T an ancMons- 
tar all amateur openton with the 
tbooght of developing them Into 
radio engineers. Llcenrr^t are Usued 
freely to youths with radio aptitude, 
and Ioca! radio clubs are encouraged. 

Besides the rectifier, the order 
placed with the Airi'ri'.jii company 
included a long wino hrnadcister, a 
short wav<? broedra.'-'.rr. live code 
traiuunltt«rs and eight telegraph 
and telephone sets for transmitting 
from aircraft. These are under- 
stood to bo liUandad laifo^ for ea- 
pertments wtth the Idea of adapting 
American equipment to the fast de- 
vel<^>tng Russian ^vtera. 

The Russian rvpresentatlvea dis- 
avow any Intmtlon to propa^andite 
over their radio suuons. It is true 
that ftusslan listeners can receive 
lO ugi am met from ^'ague, Vienna 
and other nearby tniiianiisston 
points and that Russian sUuons 
may orian be heard on continental 
Eurtva, bot the Interchange of pro- 
gramma Idea Is not ttf the mlads of 
the broadcast managan. It le said. 
HEARD IN RUSSIAN 

AU the spoken progroinmes are In ;. 
Hu.-»ian They trend toward edu- 
caLionul leauifcs more than Amer- 
lean suttons do, A typical pro- 
gramme of KomlntBro, the Moscow 
autlon, as taken from a popular 
radio, magaslno in Russia, consists 
of a lesson In Esperanto and an hour 
ot agricultural lessons for the peas- 
ants early In the niomlng. At 
13 noon, there Is h>--\ir entitled. 
"Sing With Us," jcvniiM to group 
singing. 

Through ihc aflemoon thrre are 
Icrturrs lo amatt'ur pholOKi"a!)hern. 
hunters and the like. Then there 
are news flashes, called the "Radio 
Newspaper," and Uie weather re* 
ports, called the "Radio Calendar." 
Lectures on Uierature. politics and 
other subjects, along with plays and 
dlaliague, complete the educatlooal 
features. Chamber music or broad- 
casts from the opera take up the 
three and one-half boun before 
mldnlKl . 



-me Bacrad Pialuds" opens ttie 
Sunday broadoattnc of staUons d 
tha A3.0. Weslam Hetwork at 1ft 
o'eloefc ajn. PasUko standard time, 
featuring Rev. H. H. Clowan, noted 
Western clergyman and divine, 
world famous as an author, lecturer 
and as an aollMrUr « Asia and the 
Orient. 

Born In Great Yarmouth, Enff- 
land. Dr. Oowen achieved intema- 
U«uU recognltkm as tb« director of 
the Chinese mliMons In Honoltdu. 
R.I., and as raetor of 8t Barnabas' 
Church. New Westmtnslcr. B.C., be- 

fera settling permanenMv on the 
Padfkl Ooaitt in imn ifr is now In 
charge of the Jwpnjir*:*' mls-ilons In 
Seattle and Profr.wr nj Oriental 
Lamruages and l,lt^rutiirf> ut thr 
University of WB.MilnRt/>n 

Dr. Cowen the author of ri 
number of booka. includtnR 'Th-* 
Kingdom of Man,'' "The Book or 
the Seven Blesslnga.'' "The Univer- 
sal ratth.** -An Outline History ot 
China." "An Outline History ot 
Japan." "Ttie Napoleon ot the 
I*aclflr" And many oUieni. 

Included In thr nm^lral numbers 
which will be oftcred during this 
prelude n re "Cnme I.' n ' o m <*" by 
Hawley and "Beside still WiIt«" 
by Hamblen, vocal t - \ i r 

Prindle. contralto, nnd .^<h- tnr 
Oonoosror Moants m lYluraph" and 
-Had the Day That Bees Htm Rise." 
Id bs aunt by a mixed quartatts. 
OATHRDRAL BOVR 

Ab aflaOMsiginittaMS flCHMMd 
and iMidar smaio H MVaAdast to 

Weslam radio aodlUMM every Sun- 
day attemoon at t:t0 o'clock. 1^- 
eUlo standard time, when tlie Ca- 
thedral hour pri^ntmme. dtrerted by 
Jerques Jo»i-Jerviilp, t presented. 
This programme feaUire.-i selected 
vocalLtia, the OathaAml Cbdr and 
e thlrty- an p laSI 
rhf»tra 

TiiL'- rtfiTnooii VMaa 

soprano, and HajnlaD Ubrrts. Welidi 
banso. will be presentad aa tha aalo- 
Ists. Mlsa 8oa4of«ky wm be haard 
In Ptmaks' "Bow WUI Thou AirgH 
Ma" and Mr. Morrla ofTem a dra- 
matto eonsolatlon. "Pear Not Ye, O 
Israel, " by Buck. 

Among the srlerllons chftvn by 
Mr. Jou-Jervllle for tji^ cnriiwlral 
Choir are "Send Out Thy Light." 
iwdiillar [tacred eompoaltion liy tli^ 
r-^''^'h composer. Gounod, and 
Jestt.- by ttw IhiBDUs Hun- 
gaiisn. imirak. 

Art aillham, th^ Whispering l*lan- 
^ wMl hand tha pracranune that 



Pacific Coast Network 

Programme for the Week 



SUNDAY— 12 to 1 30 p m Dr S Parkee Oadman's Radio Hour, fea- 
turlns a on American Contribution to Peace atid Uood- 
wUl.'* 1 30 to 2:30. Sunday Alt4'moon Concert presents u si' r , 
of life In the South Seaa. '2 so to J. wintuin Anglo-Prrr.i.m.^ i. 
a classical programme 3 lo ■*, SuiicJuy Aficmuon t'oiu-^Ti \ 
to 4,30. (ire-t MuniirnLs tn m.-vt^irx U \i) tu » 4& At*t*trr K<n' 
Programme, lulroducing a new series. 5 45 tu li 1&. Itapid Trim 
alt In a tnaioontloental broadcast. «:15 Lo 6:45, Studetaak< > 
Champions, playing well-known melodies and assisted by a tn* 
7:45 to 8, "Vnna JetUck Melodies" fsaturas a mlxad quarteuc 

MOI4DAY--6 to 5:S0 pan,. Edison Profiamme. offering lavoru. 
makMtles of VUma Sanky. A:SO to «:M. Oaoeral Mototm Pamii 
Party, featuring sclaotlaas of John PhlUp flousa. 6.'S0 to T, Ttv 
urmplre BuUden. 7 to S. In Daboe XmoA wtth Fkank nils and 
a 30-piece band. 8 to 9, Rudy Selgar^ 8h^ Sympbonlats offer 
"Melody of tti^ Night." 9 to 9:30. "Votes of Plreetonc." with 
Baston Kant, tanor. and a 33-plece orchestra. 9 30 to 10. Plan- 
tation Bchoes. 10 to U. The Slumber Hour entertains with 
songs of t^rgone days 

TXrESnAV 2 lo 'i p HI Wiinderfr* con'amif tlielr travels Into 

liii ;il K;Li.';;iij(: ■. ' i ■ Vvil'-i.-s Sfo ii « ;> :/r, fi, EN'erready 

Hour wMJ; Ijt-w llekirii, |.(.i()uL»r Winter Oardcn roniedlan 8 t[> 
6 3U. fll'-cjiiot Club Iilhkinufc, ofTfrlng vocal ctiorufttvi. banjo aoId- 
Ist and an orchestra. 6. 30 to 7, FVeed Orchestradians. playliig 
popular numbers aod negro spirituals. 7 to g. Radto-Kelth 
Orpheum Hour. 8 to 9. Wayside Inn preeents tnstrumeittai 
miirib'Tf and draninloipir 

WKDNE&DAY— ^ to 4 p.ni.. llie Cabui Door, featuring SouUieni 
songs and eomcdy. 6 to 5:30, Land o' Health. 5:30 to 0 30. 
PalmoUve Hour, In a musical programme. 6:3Q to 7. oold 
Strand Programme, offering vocal soloists and the Oold Strand 
Orchastia. 7 to 7:30. Chancellor Orcbastn, playing taiteat dance 
made. 7:30 lo a. N-BC Balalaika Orcheatra In a half -hour of 
Russian muHlc ana request nmnbers. 8 to 8:30, "Roads to Ro- 
mance." with Jack and Kthyl at Santa Maria. 9:90 to 9, Bill 
BUJy Boys. ofTerlng American folfc aOOfa. 10 10 U. TtPOa- 
deran* in up-'.o-dafe Jax?. 

THi'RSDAV -S tn f. 10 jijn . St'iNTiing SlngCTS. 0 to 8:30, Halsey- 
Stuart Proeranime in light rhui^lcal and semi-popular numbers 
6 30 to 7 r>0. NBC. Troubadors fratiinnK a string orchc;,lrft 
7.30 lo 6 30. Ktandard Symphony H'^ur. playing works of Trench 
romp06en. 8 30 to 9:30. M^fiiurv Lauc. Wtttl XOf FAgV, JOVc- 
nlle radio star 10 to 13. Thr Troradcrans. 

FHIDAY^ to 5 JO p.m . Interwoven Pair features Scenes of Chl- 
rago. « to 6 30, Hudson-Esees Challengers, playing ^elertlrma 
from best-known musical comedtea. fl:30 to 7 Raif-H .iir.-- wuli 
the Senate. 7 to a. Tales Never ToUJ. 8 to 9, R CA, Hour, wiiii 
Margaret OTlea, oantralto, and Bdward Randall, bantone 8 
to 9:3<X The Boiden IHlry. 10 to 13. The Trocadcnuu. 

SATURDAY— 3:30 to 3:U pjn., Kentucky Derby. 3:15 to 3:30. Uni- 
veisai Safety Serisa. 4 to 4:30, Salon singers. 4:30 to fi. Lew 
While and Mildred Hunt & to o. tiucky Strike Hour. 7 to 8. 
NIghu In Spain. 8 to 8:30. The Slnglnc Inches. In popular 
and request numbers. 8:30 to 9, FootllchUi olESMac musical 
comedies. 9 to 10. Golden l^egends presents " Tfa aaui a JWaod. ' 
10 to 11, SohDol Dsys. U to la, liSfk Daaaa. 



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the MaJesUc Theatre of the Air wUI 
prpsent over a nation-wide network 
of station* today at f> oVinrk 

Wendell HaJI. Hip rrri-lirnded 
music maker and re8ul:tr ni.-i-.itT of 
cereraonlea of thLf hour, will intro- 
duc^e Qlllham. a fellow hrnadcastlng 
pioneer. Bom m AUanta. Georgia, 
he studied muslo from an early age, 
and began his profewlooal career «Ai 
pianist with a jass band In lios An- 
geles. In the PaU of 1933 he drifted 
eastward, landed In Chicago. bcRan 
broadcasting as pianist, then one 
night, on a dare, sang a number^ 
In a whisper. Pavorabla ra ip c aas 
was Instantaneous. 

FYom that, time on hr hajt been 
tmoim aa the WhlsperlnR Pianist. 
Besides wblsperlnc. he has wrlttan 
hU own songs and has made many 
reoorda. TiraDlT-four of his aongs 
have been brought out with much 
SttBCeas. and ani^np til'- rnoat popu- 
lar recnrf)'. ,irr- :[,■. InH,-.,! "Waiting 

for Shi I' r.'v.T (■ ,ii-.f. Tn" nni 

-Bo Tin 

vm Ai. tii ARTtrrTK 

Aa an added attrarMon for liilx 
brnadcsjit. Wendrll Hall wtH prewnt 
two surprlne novpliip.i, 'inc i.he Wan- 
dprrn;' Quart^-tte. who will Mng 
amonR other .selertlons "1 Ain't Got 
Nothln* U> Lose" and "Rock of 
Agea." and the otJier, Ptanlry DavlS. 
saw virtu ORo, who will play "Dark 
eyes" as a saw solo. Redfeme BOl- 
llnsbead, the Majestic traor. wffl 
eonlrUnite "The Better Land" end 
"Wonderfii] Mother of MbiaT and 
Arnold Johnson and his orehefltni 
win round out this programme 
with f\ "Mother's" medley and a 
■ .'irnifhcm" medley. 

i liitrlr^i Hackct. wU-Wnown ti'nor. 
and Klrhord Bonrlll. Irodlns ban- 
lone of the Chicago Civic Opera 
Company. wlU ba tho Jolai sUn ot 
the pratranraw that Ins De Forast 
Hour wUl present tonight 

From hlA earliest professional en- 
deavors, as a rising church choir 
singer, to the night when he cap- 
tured a rrtUcal first night Metro- 
politan Opera House audience by hU 
Mnitinff of the Almartva music in 
Thf Barber of SevtDe." Charles 
( Hurkptf.^ carerr has been an ualn- 

temiptpd Tiir- r.'.", Hr studied In 
tlaly utid Ring. throiiKhtnil that 
country, crowning his achievemenba 
with a very sucocssful performance 
at tba aeala lo Milan. From there 
•oBamSifbltowed by South America. 
Mflote Ctrto. Covent Garden In Lon- 
don, and the Parts Opera as welL His 
reco(mltlon in America ha-i bt-m no 
las*, arwl hki snrc*-w wuh the Met- 
ropolitan and Chicago Clvlr Op^ra 
Companifla. and his concert tri- 
umphs In all parts of the land, have 
madr luin ooa M the taaOUai jtaMrt* 
can tenon. 

Rlahard BcrntfU has had an equal 
succsm, Bom in Port Byron. New 
Talk, ha atodlsd nnialc at an early 
acat and after grsuatlna frooi Syra- 
cuse University, went abroad to 
study wtth Jean dr Reake. Be made 
his dsbut tn Brookljm as "Valeo- 
tloa" m -fluist," and foOowed this 
by a triumphal rturagement in 
Monte Carlo Binrr thai, lime he 
haa s\mB in the imponant opera 
h'^iLwi In Italy Havsna, Munich. 
Hamburi, r)rnwi''n Hfrlln and 
Paris, wber'- mi i,,i>. k:iKi in 
leading rolea ui Hi«'>i'-tiu. Akla." 
"Barber of Senile." 
-Pactucal.'* ■ariWllsrt^ 



•nrravlata" and "TVovatore," and he 
now holds the posttioo of leading 
bsrltone of the OUoaco Ofta Opara 
Oompany. 

PIANO KKOITAI. 

Stations oC the A.B.O. Western 
Netwtffk wU pressDt the third two- 
piano recital by tha brIIUaat artiste. 
Myron Jacobson and Berthe Poncy, 
tonight at 8 o'clock. 

Anton Arensky. one of the fore- 
moat Ru^.'^lnn compoeers of the 
twentieth century, will contnbuie 
larRcly 'o their profrramme. which 
Inrludfh hi-. "Romance" and "Valsc." 
two ppcullarly d-llKhtful two-piano 
rompojntiona. ^ 

Arensky, pupil of Rlmaky-Kor- 
sakow. S.S was Mr. Jacobson at a 
later date. Ln his tendency as a 
composer more nearly approached 
Tchalkowxky than the radical young 
P.uMian school. His music was 
lyrical rather than dramatic his 
piantforte compcsfMoaa belnc dis- 
tinguished by on eitr«m« bimi^> 

Orals 18 l e pr s sen l e d on the pro- 
gramme by his "niasn and Varia- 
tions" and Umixt by "Rondo." 

A nlnety-mlnute conocrt of 
selected *-t will regale music 
lovers of the West when the pro- 
gramme of the American Salon Or- 
chestra, directed by Franceseo 
Loosot at o'clock wm be ra- 



■nie compositions scheduled range 
from "Mlgncin" overture by ThOtnas 
and "Largo " by Handel to ^plections 
from "Babes in Toyland ' .ind from 
"The Only Girl." by Hrrlwrt. 

■'Corkney Suite. ' by Krl'-lbv 
bailed on English mlddlr-clii.'v'< and 
(oik thcnift. and "In a Mnna-^tery 
'lardrn' t)y thf same composer, 
I'-! lit tntip pKturei of nidely varied 
/cr-ncfl m th" ;prlKhllv manner 
rhararteTLstlc of th'.fl dlf:ttn?iilahed 
rompoeer. whtv^r roinpwltloi:\ have 
found a place in the reprrtolres of 
the world's great orchestras. 

Oebussy* neuch composer, is rep- 
reisentfld Cd the progiamme by his 
eomposltkm, "The Afternoon of a 
Faun." the aaqnlslta Uutrumenta- 
Udq or Vhlcb flrrt established De- 
bussy's repulallon as a master. 

Alice Prindle contralto. I» 
presented as ih" vr-cBii5i. nn the 
programr^e. slnelnti "Whrn You're 
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KENTUCKY DERBY 
TO BE RELEASED 
OVER JlKC CHAIN 

The Kantocky Derby, famooa turf 
elaaslc of the blue gram country, 
will be made a ctSMlr of the air 
available tn i nation-wide radio 
audience when II Is broAdc4f>t over 
a coajit-fo-cnast network on Satur- 
day aftrnifwin. May 18. Thl.'. bmnd 
east nill be released tn the West 
through stations of the Amsrlcaa 
Broadcasting Company Network. 

The scene of the race will be the 
famous track at Churehin Downs. 
Prom the top fif a Pftv-foot rower 
mount/»d at » straiecir point In the 
Infield. Ted Huaiog, well-known 
Rporu ennouncfT. wU give a minute 
description of the race which he 
will f-^low thrtniKh a pair of special 
military Held ttlajvu^ mounted on a 
irlpod and p^lnt^ tiy run »lghtA 

MitTophont^ pUr^ at Ute band- 
stand, grandstanft. i^Arttng llhe and 
paddock will give radio audience 
a gUmpsa of tlie 'local antar and 
music praosdtof aad foUowiag the 
race. 



This yp.ir In il.s aiuiual natioD- 
wide radio luicllllon. the Atwatrr 
Kent Music hViiindatiuu will ivwurd 
prUe-'i ( otalllng $25,000, it is ati - 
nouoced at Washington, D.O. Thi 
Is BQ Increase of $7,600 over ihr 
awards mada In the UtT and 1931 
Atwaler Kmat aodltlona 

These former events led to the 
discovery of several yoong men and 
young women of unusual talent It 
Is reported that the ten finalists to 
be selected by a combmalkn of 
popular vote and expert opinion 
during the 1938 audltton, wUI be 
given opportomtj for furttur Audy 
In music. 

Prisca will be awarded this year aa 
follows: First place winners <one 
boy and ooa girl) IfiiOOO each and 
two years' kultioo In an American 
conservatory: second pMoa winnasa 
tSJMO each and two years' tuition: 
third plaee. 13.000 eaidi and a year's 
tuition: fourth plaee, $l,500 each 
and a year's tuition: fifth place, 
•1400 aaah and a year's cmtlan. 

WMen Waves Vted 

To Frme rve Milk 

wireless waves are now being put 
to a most novel use— that of pre- 
aervlac mllkl Already high-fre- 
quency wireless waves have been 
itf^d in the steel Industry (ar the 
mr-Uins of mrtal; the doctor has 
made use of them for the purpose 
of cauterization, and now Professor 
siedeL of Vienna, has discovered 
that they ran also ba naad as a 
aLerlllslng agent 

Thls Austrian RClenUst announces 
that warm milk, if treated alLh 
hlgh-ftaqiMniiy wavaik wUI remain 
fresh and swaet fbr a mottlh. This 
may be tha a^arttnt potait for the 
use of this msthod of sterUhtatlon 
for other foods bestdas mOk. 

It Is plannsd to davakip this met- 
hod on a cooMKiacelal basis ami make 
It a grsai baoa during hot wealhar. 

Mr. Ba»U AUen f« 
Speaker Tomorrotr 
Ai Ctmadian Club 

Mr BasU Allen. CSJ., Is the 
speaker and guest of honor at the 
Vancouver Canadian Club luncheon. 
HlR subject. 'Problems of British 
AdmlnLHtraiinn in India.' will be 
brcfldfa^t over radio statlnn CNRV 
at U' 25 nrifx-k from the Hotel 
Vanri.jvrr [j.ininrrow aflemoon 

Mr. Alien wsa for thirty years In 
the Indian OlvU Service In Assam, 
Eastern Bengal and other parts of 
the Indian Empire. During' the war 
he commanded an Indian Labor 
Corps. Uls subject Is of unusual 
Importanoe and intmst, as Mr, 
Allen's wide experlenrp of the prob- 
lems the British CJovcmmcnt is 
facing enables him to speak with 
authotlty. 

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Tiir n-.ornin* mn\M aC llw Vlctortk CIt* 
Tcmt'l'- "J in P m , Th« Wm» Coa't In 

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BOOB-l SB » n . Or K F'.rk-> rk^lmkn 
raSto hour rtran»cont.nriii«i < ; :it>^3 in. 
SoniUr «ricntoon <o*>c»ri 1 M-J. WhU- 
ta.a AoKln-Paralaiu (tr%iucantii:ieni*li 
Suttdkr a((«rooan Monrt. 4'4-li>. Ormt 
KOBwaU in Blaienr. i:lft-B:«S, AtvaUr 

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S Traoalt MsiesMia. S JM:«B 



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•.■2 \niAa\*hx-i Daaai Iwar. 

BOMO. SMIU«> WMh. 'SttJMi ISth>— 
1 p.m . ontMstrm. «. KiddUk' pnmmmmt 
«:M, aioofe uid boad taouuooa « iB. 
BopMr-KaOr ■v si e a l p ww iaa S. aai- 
lan w esea ira SM. oaoMal MaKri van- 
Uff vattr. Itss. aawm aniHm. v. la 
Dutss iaad. «. SMaaVa SbsD arwabaiMfl. 
S. "TaMs ar nrastoa*." 1:10. a»-«-ToiM 
»:». aiatti OBiua aiaiM aa- 
, UOS. Tbaatta frUte. IDSft- 
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audsbakar diseishew (traaawnUanta) 
froa OUaasai. 7:4S-«. "Mioa J«lUBk 
MaliilHM ** 

CT M. .Wi ll ill IS, Itofc. imtM-* 
9M. fomnl Ipsadard VMi Mndar 

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lAcanees Show ineroase 

Oontfdnbta inwisi la reported 
tn tha tonbsr of Bommss Issued to 
r«relv1iig set oawn In antlsh Co- 
lumbia durinf tha flm tn months 
of Qte flseal liar IMMl as eom- 
pared Wtk 9m SBtln saaaoB af 

The number for the iiui t^n 
months was aO.TrT. against ItMl 
previous parlod. ^^ncoover 
} u crrdited with MBl 



The "aUver Flea' dartc»> hour, 
broadcaAt over the Paramounl- 
Sxprew st.1T, KMX. Hollywood, 
nightly from midiught to 1 a.m.. 
Is fceqdac radio night owls awake 
an over the world Is the report of 
Ray Rowell, announcer of tha faa- 
twe. whose "and how" Is famlBar 
to all who have heard htm. 

Letters oome from ev^ry rivllixed 
potnt of the globe, wtth an unusual 
amount from the ArpUc Circle. Aus- 
tralia and New Zealand. Japan ai^ 
the HawalUn I.i'.ands ae plr H w a a 
generous share also 

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Jl am* cmurnh mttu- u ^> ] yn P.BI-. 
Or. a. PaHtM Oad-n»n I 10-3 10. Sunday 
caoeert. I M-a. WhutaU Anci(»-rrr«:an« 
s-4, aondav arumsoa coBMrt 4-4 30. 
orwt Maatau la Ktitorr 4 lo-s i>. 
mw't tUpMDMs la uw workl ftiis-i 49. 
Atwator Baet imvtuiM. b 4*-« la. UpIo- 
MM and KiaUr UnSm 8 iS-« 4S. studr 
baksr CniaaipMna • 4»-1 IB. Stanula* 
BMR-a LMlItt SmphniF. 1 IB-T U. nudaon 
Bar rur Fiwranmc T 4a-a. Bnna Jrtitrk 
MaltrtlfTi »-•. riMi PrMfcirWTWn rhutrh 
wrvie*. OaaiaDd*. nr* rrknk M fliid'-T. 
D O . paator. as. A ctuiI Aboui Nrw 
Soaaa " • 3S-10 t^. l-mir BrmphaoT Or- 
ch»atra. 

an. lm Anc*t*< i*sas«ii Maa) - u 

• IB.. Third Churrh of Ohrut. BcMdUM. I 
p a . K«r>ar«i Ruth Krman t SO, Nick 
Ham*. d»l*etlT» rtorlM- 3 Musical vxn- 
■tamna 1.SS. WhltuUI Analo-Pmlaoa. S. 
AltaraoMt eoMrrt 4. o»at MMnmU lo 
matvrr 4m laila OaUbar*. ■ Advaaead 
ntnaM." >• "aeM»M «f Ui:- S;ts. 
Alwasar Kaal bear. S IS. atodaealnr pn- 
rramm* Vartat? howr. T w. Bnna 
jpMJca Uttedlta. I. Oonnrt imhMtr*. 
prrar Uoor*. Airmtlm. t. StanleT F Hall, 
talk «n PhilmnfbT > !^ Ptud>a pra- 
tramnr lO-ll n«n<-* orfh»»i»» 

aro. S«n rrMtclMi < 4«« Sm «Mai 
|,4S-iOI.% * rn , nhiirrh •rr^K'i I) tionn- 
I'M p m . nt B Parlifi* Cadman I 10- 
t'lS. Sundar r.onrfrt ; )o-l Whlitall 
Ana)a-P«n4ana s-4. ffui>«taT Kfcmnati 
tmntmrt 4-4. M. Oraai M"m»nM in Hit- 
lory 4 Se-S ta. KPO M ir-l ^,>iiBrl>(lp 

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provraniM. i 4k-? 4ft, rvpnina mu»rair 
br Oda WaUrow. «tili loo* PaaUrl Rts. 
tapraw. T:4S-4. Enna JatUck Uatedwa. 
S-4:aS. aaUwa ASaa VMUa rssllal i.Sa-s. 

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cramnnr I : IS. Political r«aum« '. I SB. 
WrrklT rnunral rpvl*» II noon. InLfir- 
naiinnii Biblr Studrnu' AiaodaUon 13. M 
p m , Studio praarammf 1, Tabamada 
MTrica I IB. Vri*rar)t of Pavalm Wan. 
110. Whittall Anclo-Prraiaiu S. Btadlo 
proirammt 4. Popular KSL artlata 4 M. 
Hp^lal oriati rgnr^rl II, Rait I.afcc Real- 
lot* proarmmffli! A li. At«*t«r Keni hoar 
B. Btandard Trie 1. Church a^rvleaa^ T:SO. 
Mum D O Hunt, of thr Cathedral ttt Ut« 
Uadrlaln' B. L D B arrvlcra &. Uala 
vuancttr. melodr irla 10 34. Amoi n' 
Andr 

ROMO. BaatUa. Waah. (SaS^t SSSfe) — 
IS a tn.. latanuUooal Bibta atwdanta' Aa- 
HHUiton. ll.'tB. PtraonU) Cooanaauonal 
Cbanb. 1 :S» f ■ . amdar Mocan S:lS. 
Whiuall An«l»-Par«aaa. S, aandar ooo- 
oarv 4. omi Uaaitnu la HIAarT. 4-sa 
Kiddlar praannaa. l is. Atwalar Kaal 
arUata. I;«ft, RapU TtaasH. StIS, at«ai- 
balm CtiamploDi. SrU. Orehaaira. T.U. 
Epna JMMck Mrlbdipn I nm r-^un-h at 

Anrrlran flrMjIraillni ( anvaiiT . lA- 
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lUllC eii:.foibl' 11 a Ri -U noon. MuXcai 
dlrMtMl bi WLlllam Coburn 13 noon 13 ii> 
pm. Boob rMtial 13 >S-| 10, Vie U'jt* 
Papular RMnrdlna orch«atra i lo 'J 
Panata akvtch 3 l. Amoru-an Mlliiarr 
Band. 1-1 SO. Rirhani^ra' M>ti> Oaartall« 
l:as-4. Caihrdrai hour 4-4 M, Ainartaan 
Salon Orrhcaira. 4 SO-S. 'Sooa U on T«ba 
praaramma B-a lUMle Tbtakra «( Uw 
Air « a fto, DC PoeaM Aadtaaa S:SS-T. 
Lrrle hoar T-7:I0. Rarver** Oamara. T;M- 
a. Vie Havarr Orchaatra. S-S;SS. Twa- 
plaaa rvcltal a SO- la Amarlcan aahrn 
OnhMlra. l*-ll. Vie U*r9rW Otehmrtra 
■irx. Laa SMiiaa. Cat. fSSaJtai IJMMat 
- a^ie am.. Maslral prormaiM ts-ii. 
Uuileal prorramn* l ) .13 Bona, Plrat 
Praabyt^nan Church. 1)10-1 p m . - An- 
toMoMla Bur^rV atilde ' l-S. IntamaUonal 
BIbIs aUdtaia" AmocUUod »-4. Oltv 
Par* Board maaltal proaraauat 4-B. 
nrM Radio Charr-h nt thr Air k >a.«. 
AU aoula' CBiurch s < in. Tain br K i imt 
tfolinaa- « ••-?. Dr Th^o^or* Purtia Abal. 
of thr HoOvWOnd lI'jmaniM 5nrlF(r 7-4. 
Pair.mia pvnonalM I'o .-.f if-* nrrwri. Pafa 
mmint Orchxtra. '^f l" P. Pirrt Praatir 
I'fian Churrh B 10 30. lAihnrtakl TtW 
KPIU- <<■.« Praiwla**. CaJ. t4ai-aMi SlSh) 
1 3 i-fKin llnm* PiB»*i Hotn^" n>fMr«>H 
:i 1 IH pm , nt>#rrnaii. Cla» nrxindar ctm- 
twti I IB-1 IS. noirtin proorammf j 1*- 
t. Art Paddrn. pianiii « i. Muiiral 
rn-nrd proaramin* ft 4. Thrrxlore Btnam, 
oraaniai l.itrillr Aih^rion tlarpat. tern- 
traltA. and Mariona CoklU. ptaniat. at lb 
cello and barp, s-s is. Talk hr Dr LouU 
I- Ravmai), S-SS-T, ai>rra THo 1-1. 
HaroM Dana, bantaoai Harp Pa«aar». 
vioUbM. •Prank Hoo. ptaaJsL B-S M. 
R«6m Olaca. WW a:»S-« SS, ChariN 
BnlDiti. tamir: Jaaalta TannpMn. Mprano. 
and amo eonvait ovcAaatra » ie-i». Tboi 
OvmaSTlSh Orahaatra. lft-1S lA. Amoa n" 
Aadp IS;lfl'11 10. Tom rTfrunovirh and 
hia ortbMira n i" 1: in v-b UnnriBrm 
Caban*! Ban) 

anw. Par(lkn4 Orr (taatnt a:roa 1 
lO-lI a tn , Inr.#maili^na1 Rih> fl^.iii»nta 
II atr. 13 30 p m , (Ttit.i, h ri | -3, 

Eranai^taUr pertirr 13 in. iMo ri'- r nn. 
e*n J sa-l. wrhtttaJI Analo t-i--,-. 1 4. 
Art#rTMoa nmrrri 4-4 Id, firrn: u..n.'-i>t( 
In Hiatnrr « IS-B, UntUld Cnllcar Quar- 
• f.tf .^-B l!t. Talk <m Modem Stieao* " 
ft l» a IB. Rapid TraftMt S IB-a:4ft. St»d«- 

, bafcn praRramm. 1;4ft^ Maa JatUak 

I HatodMa. s-rja aassaabue 
■:ta4'ie. niMMb aenr s-se-is. atnA* 
protraaM l»-lt. Utlta Bmplmiv Or- 
cbeatra. 

ROa. OMtaa. Cala. iSSl.tBi SSM)— « SS- 
I pm.. WhlttaU Aaala-Pcndaaa S:Sf-4. 
Al Uia BaJdwin 4-4 IS, Sana 
4.IB-B.1*, CMUara aaar S tB-d***. 
bafear sgpsnVMS. S:dS-T. ■«« SnOatUM. 
1 SS-S. 

(SM.iai IMk>— 
is-ir ariMaai. Oev oiH^s 



tun. Ban PiMi lM i. OaL (HUSMt fSM) 

— 4-4 M p-n.. OhlMtan-B hmit. 4:a*^ 
Bdlaon praaraauna. B:MM:Sa. Oanaral 
U04flea proaranuBc B )0-l. Emplra Butld- 
•ra T-a Rao Uetor oar proaranuaa S-S. 
Sbatt arntphonuta' proarammr t-9 BA. 
"Voloa of Plreainnc " S » :o. n«kln« Van 
and Bioraa* lO-is laldnichi. itro itrvur 

aow. P«r41a»d. Ora. (4aa«M> «Na> 
»-a:ie PBi.. Bdlaon pnammna B ao-4 S«. 
Oanaral Bioiora OorporaUoa. S:SS-1. Oraat 
Horthani RaUwar. T-T N. BMdio pro- 
■raauaa. TrSS-S. -la Danea Laad." B-t 

Balm's ahaii a fsh opwa s-e:ss;. m- 

■taoB Pfwraoma. S:l»-ia PlaatnUon 
BelMM. ia>ll. aava and OaBnlataB, 

KOA Daavar. Caia. (SSLtai tSSB) -4- 
4 SO p.m . "Ttm VMM of PlroAaaa " 4 IS. 
t. Band naerU. S-I:M. BdUoo pravraniflM 
i:SS-S:SS, Oaasral Maton ttmu. S'S»-1, 
Bipptia BaUSart. 1-S. In nawsa Utad." 
s.S;es, Flaaaalal laatpBaSaaai. aiia-t:4S, 
KO* Uarek QmlHln- Stdl-a;!*. na Dm 
Oardao - Bjia^tSai *'V«ISS S« PMSBBOIM ' 

!> 10- Id. PlaaSilM Ussa ia4L ainmbrr 



Cin TEHPIE 

ON ^IR TODAY 



Or. Oavlen at Uoih Hcrvloca— 
asl Osanrt OrcbssUB ji 
day F u a ti B 




t aoT it; 

A. joe iKi A. 




^ OTTO fr> &ol^J& 

P»ROrES«OWAU — 



Laba CMff. 



oiab fisaaMt 

B M, 
e:fS. BMPlrt 

T.IO. Stiidto 
proaraaun*. a "Tha Javsl Bos ' a la 
Muairal praeranma s. nr^tt-w pro 



1 : Ml* ■ ^ n m . 
(•rnr'il Mo<«>r« 

Bulldata 1. "RadlaaUe 



■ raiBW 

Amr>* a 



S M. 

Aadv. 




Mandate ProgrammB 



M'T'oii Downey, tenor hf«rd in 
N H f r '''T*rrAmrr.ea. Rang f've tJmet 
frir ih.' iTifMi' or WaIps during a 
recp-nt Rurnpnui tour. In addlUoai 
to Ms radio work. Downey also 
maksa records aai 



CrCT, VMaHo. ILC. <|7«J«> 4 am. 
Tlw mamtna narh*t oaauttnn* arm, 
Tha daaina market itwouunrii a r« Tti« 
Bmaa* Canratt OmhHtra win tnivnain 
ttglaMlTI «<t/^ tha fMUovmc riwrt'irr 
"Tll»»r' 'I4««r:> a letectioa trnm "tr* 
apanClaoa' < Mm'-klon' a rnnc*rT vail*. 
"Tit* aooatttui Sis* t^nuh* iBirauaaC 
"Dana* Taocvataa" •zitt,t.- tn* balM 
oiiule tram "ra4Mt Owaodi Tllii 
ip'hai Dotaa In Tam". Bawr* 

BaOaun: iMaiBi vasmsr npssit 
..•wa. inraraMuoN auvMsi 'Idnt 1 

car tret tiaa altaal 

•faJlaaal BraadaaaUaa 0«Maa»— W 
1 1 BO am. Woman a Bfacastoa af i h' 

Aif ' 11 aa.It 4*. Oanoad paa^bM i« 
p in . ltdiaan vtmrmmmK ft id 4 in r^n 
aval Malaaa PasUp Partp tttaaaconii- 



Waiar- 



n*niali 4 ifl 7 Tl.* ftriptfr Buildrra' 
> tranvonttnmUI ' 1 a. In 

Rud( P»lc«>r-* Shall 
I M Vnic* nf Pin 
ta I'ni Vj- Ftm% 1^ 1 
I Har 
Mii'.ini a.n 
cbaaara 



e^ii Snapasawa »• 
'■•««"_wa4a HsB- 



Viii II n. ax. flSlM^-IAII 

Bm. Oantinanlal CJibMbS WwiMa M 

a wwaoal and caaadf PS*I««. 

ana. laa a m I i OA iaH.awi i 

- -4 tS-4 M am. BarfBHi laap-a 

tramiaa. ft IB-S it "Own Vtmtt 

Him* " ft 4a-d. Ta«n Outr i am iiaaiMlH 
t)i^ a-S M, Onan proaramoie t tS-l 
KUT Oanaart OrcbaMra. T-T M. Baalnaaa 
m^r. 1 CaMpaWa proaraiaM 1 M l. On* 
aoi pinp s-ia C — raaip irasraaiMe ta- 



Fla r • a ! I -n pv- h -i* • 10. 

IB ^^ Hiti..n(>rt iin jr 
ad>»*tlnt ■ aatran* 7-4 
am. Vim. Vlenr and V,tjilrr, ft.it rint'lpn 
Haiir Otrhratri • t in Unr- r onftr Br( - 
irr Hoffl** pr'Tframoi* 0 >" » V- oi^nn 
Kainn and laarjorl* Ttiifi'i'nr 1 :> «ft-IO. 
DrvMJ/toal aarvlrf 11-19 no.- 1, A -r^i-rltait 
Ravalltara I] 1»-13 10 p .>irn'< Baton 
and blarlaru Robillatd. Uurrar «,id Bay. 
ria IB Sa-raS. Amartcan fair*n Orrhxatea. 
I sa-1 Soaia rarital i-i Th* narman- 
I lata. " 1-4. Amariran SaJea Orcbaatra 4- 
, 4 BO. Vif klayrra' Orchraua B^Sfr-a Vlta- 
ohnnr JabllM a-4-Mk PaaHle Oalan Or- 
.;Dri:ra KSIxT. 'TVaaWPfl." 7-T 10. 
, Amviirana. Rama*. Kaaln'a Orrhoatta 
T BS a Lrra and Bta*. S-a. aiuiteal 
Oama - >•* >a llPtro aad Obib aad 
Oolden aaw OrpaHa raa-ia. atrta* aaaf- 
tatla Ifr-ll. -Vaar on Braadwar " 11-13 
■idnHbi. OoUan Oat* OrpaMa 
aOO. OiSlaPd. OaL (SiaSni fSafe>~ft- 

4 M pm., Wmmm RsoarSara S SS-diSS. 
owwral MaSOTs Maaay rar«p. «rSe-i. tim 
Bawl'* BalMara 7-s. utua »mph<Mtv 
Orebaatra S-e. BMtar • PhMi nfr-:\.r.r--- , 
•-•'SS. -Tba Valet «t rir-.ir.n. 

IS SB. Oanrral Rtaeuir cTnitamTx- i^ 
la 4a. Alaakan fw«* OaaltM 

BPBC. Baa Pra«alara. C*J i tOIJln «iat< 
— B-1 1» p IP . A«1aUon talk I II I M, 
Talk bT f f Mitral l>nrartmanl I sa- 

5 3a Bnmrlhtna abotii 'TPtrthtM 1 Sa- 
4. P*v* Milhrnrti. (n«t arvd Tnund 4-4 

Ma< t ftft V Towi. 

iTTTian ail.) hl« Aura«U# 
.n:»Mc itltM' 4-a M. 
• Ml Ml Or«hac4r& B 4B- 
ordinaa T-t. Raaaaa 



Mattaaa u>i<»ii 
wptca. ^ \ Alt 

s.sa-a B'.r.M.! (4- 

Xavter c.r,, . v 
1, Dan Ar! r* 



isat pracramine 1 Id-d. Tha OacUiana 
S-ia "8ta* tSonSaT Joaaiani " la-io la 
Amoo >B- Aadp IP-IS-ll la. B«4*l aurb 
Hapfcisa Orahaaira ll:l»-n MiSataM. 
iawla*awit Orcbaaira 

aou saaaaia. Wa^a. rtsaiai i.pfsa> 
s ss-4 as p4a.. naatna* mmim « m- 
4:4S. aBaa at ana wwir s-a *» 
haar. S'4t-S. Studla prapvaaaM S i Tn- 
RMoB Oanaa Band f-T:M. Baa atuart • 
baw a«w. T SS-S. TMa aad Ttet b- 
S;Slk aMPStoaa S:SaA lli t \ loaia. 




CFOT, Vkitorte's radio station. 

win hr'^dcast both the morning 
and rvoiiing services of the Vloterla 
City lempir today, the moming 
Acrv-lc/- romrnenclng at 11 o'clock 
and the evening worship at 7:30 
o'clock. 

Tomormw fvrntnR at 9 \h th" 
Sunset Conr/Tt tJrrhe-tra will be 
heard over \\\f loral brondca.-vter, 
when thr nighlly prni;rammr ijt 
presented by. the Sunset Rrrwdcaat- 
em. Moaart's ftverture, "Tima. ' win 
open the hour of cUsslral music, 
af tsr wblefa win ba playad a aM- 
tlflo from tJaaal MonektCDis moat 
charming musical comedy. The Ar- 
radlans " This U probably his most 
dellffhtfu) work, and dlacrlmlnatlng 
radio devotees will doubUeas cnjoy 
It. The world-renowned waits hv 
Johauui Strauss, "llie Beauufu 
Blue Danube. •• la alAO Inrliid»v1 ai 
Monday's profframme, hI rji; »ivh 
lOscha Elman's "Dance 'Ia^«{wp■l.^c 
A touch- of grand opera will com- 
plete this hour of fwehestral music, 
when tbe Sunset Ooooert Orctesta 
renders the ballet musle from 
Cbarlea Ooasod^ epm. "TvatL' 

RADIO SETS STIU 

SHOW 1MPR0VEME^^^ 

WITH NEW DEVICES 

WhUe the radio n^id telephone 
equipment has. for the moat pan. 
reached a fairly Ktable state of de- 

vflfipmrnl.. niifh l-i not the caw wlf.h 
the field rndlo Kcts. Nfrt only doei 

ihi* rapid advance In ttoa fatfln an 
make It UnpcraUv* ttnt MV and 
more modem aeta be eoostantty 
suppUed, but sets tn ea lst tpe e are 

constantly undervoing revision tn 
inoorporate new ideas or to rrtrrert 
faults which have developed m 
ssnrloe. 

Not r\ 'in.^v radio set uaed by the 
Am^ri- »'i , nijr before the wnr '»r 
durine 'i '<-T->i'»infl nn t«M»"i 

of eqinpci' r ■ army '/^d(i> 

With l«o rxi ■ ■. ■ TV rnrlto 
which the arrtn i-f r.viny wax '•on- 
celved anrt drv. :n,i.-i ati^r thr war 
At the - r-.,t • ini" liir Signal 
Corps Is encaged in a very extensive 
development pingr— a, wtth tba 
objeet la via* o( aqt^pflfaf Itia amp 
with sbort-wava radio equipment 

fn this connaetlon H may be of 
Interest to note that, although the 
tmpr^Aslon Is quite general that 
hlgh-frequenry radio Is a very re* 
cent development, the Algnal Corps 
ha5 A hlph-Tr^uenry set. the fifTfl- 
"i' hnvuu' !\ w.TvrlrnKlh nf alkty- 
etght t'j fj'Vf.nty-lhret raet^ra. whlrh 
has been standard equipment for tha 
army ever slnoa tha war. It war 
ofldBaUp Mgaad dartag tile war. 
bot waa not sappHad m qoanCMm 
untn aosae time after the smlsUoe. 

This set Is BM example of tha re- 
vijilons which may be mad^ tn a set 
to Improve It After having t>*-rn 
used for some time. It. wiw rede- 
slgsd^ into the fM7R-T7-A. and lat«T 
It waa mam redeadgned into Uie 
L wMOh Is asv in laa. 



In addition to appeartlt ki 
N B C prcgramma^ 
baritone, finds tiM 
for maor 



CTGAB WnC TTOUN 



The first vlolla owned Ht r^^frf^ 
Laidlow. Syatam i*rn.ii 

B bomp msde dgar box affair. He 
waa aix aTMi Bt uia 
Auitnlla. j*- 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. MAV 12. \929 



Plavs and PL 



Uair'Raisin^ Mystery 
it! All'Tulkiug Film at 
Dominion for Six Days 

Baffling Selective Feature, Showing All Week 
at Local House, Carries Spectators at Peak of 
Interest Through Mazes of Screen Version of 
S. S. Van Dine's Famous Best Seller 

'The Canary Muitlcr Case" Said to 

Be Greatest Picture of its Kind 

ALL lovers of good mystery; lovers of good acting; aU lovers 
of swift, polibic ftCtUm In aU-taUang pictures will enjoy see- 
ing "The Canary Uurder Caae." Uie story which haji won 
•eolalm tliroughout Canada, playing at the Pomlnlon Theatre aU 
this week. WUUam Powell, In the role of Phllo Vanee, tb« great 
Actional detective created by the nivst^rinus author. S S. VaaXttne. 
has a powerful role and handl**^ i; m ii in.iii4?rlul way. 
The filory iiiovm swiftly, wrrly, , -iiiarnncnt thraugh the myiUfylng 



hHjffftlHy from Uie flndliiK lue 
body of tba alaln woman m bar 




MISS DosoTHT urrrriA hicks 

L*rl« ••»»««•. wh» win • rMllAl anft 



Ueuiij) oi the murder to Uw dlaoov* 
ery of the perpetrator of the crime. 

With the preaentaUoB of mie 
Canaiy Murdler Case," a new de- 
pavtora In talking pletuns is pre- 
sented. Thi*re are no eirle oondl- 
tioos emu«l merely to aiBslla the 
emotloru. There are no "trlcla" 
employed to lool the public. Bver>'- 
thlng lA shown to Uie public In a 
.itraiBht, matter-of-fact maaaar. 

O. BoruchoD. the Ruitfan artist 
who has received a certain dtotmo- 

tloD for his pictures in hiunkn hair 
rears lhat the bobbed hair fashloi' 
miiv kill his art. Hp nerds lout" 
itrmids lor hla work- .iiul the supply 
if thr*e Li becoming .shorter itnd 

honor Al. first glance Boruchofl's 
;iu:liirrjv arp said to be Indlstlngulah- 
nble Irom oU palnUnRs, He Mends 
Lhe varloii.1 nhadee of hair on his 
palette an oil painter mlaas his 
colors. His canvaa la a piece Of sUk 

>r linen cloth, and his brush a One 
KnltUnB nesdle. Bis nathod of 
weaving the bah into the oloiha, 
he says, Is stanUar to that need In 
making the famous Oobdln tapos- 
trles. Boruchoff started p rod ndng 
his pictures at ten yean o f age When 
apprentircd to a halrdrSMSr. and 
while a vmr priaoner In Qemaay he 
spent hla leisure in pmotlce. 



COLUMBIA 

i DAYS ONLY— MONDAY. TUBSDAT, WSDNS8DAT 
HIGH JINKS ON THE HIGH SEAS 
XMbDst Uprearieoil Funnyi 

Perils of t Pas- 
sionate P e r- 
fuuwiy Pe^ 

dler — on the 

high scaa with 

t-t- -- 
m pi ua|iauuT> 

ipoass^ her 
papa and a 
crew of aa> 
s spsd hw e Hce l 

WARN£R 
EMS. 

"Sailor Izzy Murphy" 

OSOXOS JBStBU WAKNXK OLAMD 

Monday sEixBENNEn 
CASH PRIZES 



»Thf nevilV TraHe-Mark- 



Madame Lva Baird 

- * - ■ Jai ■ a J II AM J ^ m t m m i 

VOKS rraOBOaOn BM MTarpmBos 

I'upiU Prepared for Uratorio. Coocerl and Opera 

Studio: 9» Pemberten Read Pftone 7??4R 



Dorothy Letitia Hicks 

T .rric Saptano 
Aaiiited by Bcatrkc Uickt, Piaoiat 

Empress Hotel Ballroom 

WEDNESDAY MAY 15 

B;15 P.M. 

RaesTPed Basts. tl.lO— CTax lodnded)— Genoral Admisel«b Uc 
Tickeu mi Sale at Fletcher Broa. 



DRIVE YOURSELF 



*Alt Mafce^ *nd MoHele II We Per Hoor. ge Par 
Special Day fcl l e I H O and Up 



BLUE UNE U DRIVE 



AMUSEMENTS 

rapWal Or eta Oarhs^ hi 

•^Ud Orchids." 
nnseai Thi Oase of Lena 

anatb." feaStthng Btther 

Ralston. 
CshiBilds nsiM|s Jcool In 

"Sailer Issy Ittirphy.*' 
ikMirfnfcist— "The Canary Mur- 

der Case." featurtog WU- 
Uam Powefl. 
MijhensM Claire Dabnar In 

ra» OnXa of Dust." 



GRETA OARBO SEEN 
IN "WILD ORCK' 



l-av.<rrd Sljj- ut Tboo 
U> Capitol bcrccn Tcaao 

WHh 



MASTERPIEtE fiV 
VON STERNBERG 



Ralalon lia^ Greatest Dra- 
Ic Role In "Thr Case ef Lena 
Smith" at (.'ollariua 



In "T\\e Caw of Lena SniMh 
which will open toniorro^* lor a ■ix- 
day run At the Coli-H(i:m nit'.itrr, 
Esther Ral.ston has Ikt ^-rt uU-.f. 
dnunauc opportunity and ahe grasps 



OreU Oarbo. tense drama and a 
background of romance, are the 
three thbws which distinguish 
"Wild Orahlda." Metro-Uoldwyn- 
Mayer picture ptaylQg at the 
Capiiol Theatre on Uondag, Tuss- 
dav Hfid W"dnt'-(1ay 

"WiUi t>Ti,iil l.t.ircd by Sld- 
r,py ^.'.^!.ltll^ Irmu au original story 
by John rniton. u an admirable 
vehaif loi (Jreta OaihCs unusual 
UUenu. oast as a misimderstood 
ud naglseted wlfet Mlik OaxlM im- 
buBS the part with aU the ardor she 
dtaplayed in "A Woman of Affabs. " 
and all Che tragedy wMch she 
■bowed Ui her Interpretation of 

Anna Karrnlna In "LOVe." 
If arniimig. Miss Oarbo proves 

tit be more beaiitlfnl In this flhn 
than .-ihi- hu?> «'v< r bi-cii brlore. In 
one scene, dre^inl m inc revealing 

ciM'tume of a Javanese bride and 
fttandlng on a moonHt taakony, 
Misa Oarbo appears u an unearthly 
flgure of loveUnaaa. Her splendid 

acting, the Intelligence with which 
she interprets a difficult rde, and 

her sU-surpassIni! b^'auty In this 

picture » lii uful.iubt^dlv make 
many new admirers (or 'hp lovrW 
Swedlah star. 

On the ataffp will br I,i':v Dp 
I.Rney. the \v*'i: Atr ' i ■ .iin-di.ui . 
bcott and Van Vallry. in a novelty 



tthri n titpr$ Will 
Stur in yitaphone 
Jubilee on Monday 

■thai Whtaa, aatafillattBg light 
or the Broadway riinslsJhitlnn. wUl 
feature the VlUphene AtbOee Hour 

OVr! I'll . .1.,: '<i-coa.st network of 
the L;niuinbia uroadcaating tiyittcm 
and the Weelam Mlwoik oC the 



otto*, MOO 



ABO. 

at b-M 
time. 

Miaa Watenv in addltton to being 
a noted exponent of the metodkias 
''Mlies" l>*pc of tiingtns, will i-inh- 
with appear tu. 'lie .-liir iii Uir Vita- 
pttont- hi ifrii iTudui U'lti I't "On 
With Lhe :-ihuA aiul ihe ttdectiona 
that lhe radio aiidlrnc* vtll enjoy 
are "hila Irom tins prodoctten now 
tetmsieaagsgof 



Her 

Blur?" udd "Biriiuii.-hani Basths 
Other popular Vilai'' "F.. itrtUljt will 

be heard In thin < i.m '..laiUiK pro- 
KTaouac fn»»"M*it irooi the New 
vcik etadiBB ef the chata. 

Professor Herman Hrlmhasl, ar- 
ffumentatlve impresario Of diction. 

win ladlate has pereonaWy fkom the 
-Bdhe^ot the aaa vraaalsoa eiadhi 
of the A.KIO. network at 11 plBIh as 



aent their newest angoigMfiMtla of 

the popular mu.%tc. -Btff" Hoffman, 

the lamoos loot ball .si ar: Ntta 
MlU'hell. i lfver ■u>naKLrea&. and other 
arlLttA wil! do iholr "hit" lo make 
the everung ai li'^nif apeed into 

momtng. 

Folloving are the aiallons of th^ 
Western network releaslnjt this pnv 
framme KIR. KOA KKX. KTA. 
XSmi. KL2 and KPWB. 





Wihiaxn Powrll aa l I,. u;sc Biooka in "The Canary Murder CaeSb' 
Talkie ■ Showing All This We^k at the Dominion Trestre 



•AII- 



It with bU the talent which ha.s 
mcdr tier one of the oulnUinding 
motion picture actresseji of the dav. 
She ha« bum up a solid lollowms; 
with her beauty and her charm and, 
somr'irr.fr, in "The Caae of Lena 
Smith. :.ne hao had the chance to 
demonstrate that great dimoiatlo 
force of which she is capaMe. The 
story la laid hi Vienna and to the 
nearby countryddC. It covers a 
period ot twenty years from 18M to 
lfl4. and Mlas Ralston plays the 
dual role of a younft girl and a 
mother aged forty. James Hall, tlic 
poptilar youns leading man. lias the 
chief supporting role and the vers- 
atflc Fred Kotaler has an Important 
part. 

The color, the life, the people of 
gay Vienna are faithfully represent- 
ed and the realistic scenes, evidenc- 
ing B wealth of reaean h in their 
reproduction, have an interest all 
their own. It is surely another ot 
fht screen's jreat masterpieces. 

Great Interest ^yliotin 
In Fortheondng Recital 
By Dorothy Letitia Hicks 

The keenest Interest Is being 
shown In the fortheomlni recital of 
Dorothy LeUtla Bloks, lyric soprano, 
which ukes plaos next Wednesday 

fvenlnR. May IS, In the bipress 

Hotel ballroom. In this rvdtsl she 
will be assifft^d by her sister. 
BeaiTlCf Hi«-kfi, Aho will not only 
ael, a.-. arrrtmpanL- 1 hu: will also 
contrtbijie a trroup of iwo numbers 
of Brahm.s. "Caprice In B Minor'- 
and "Rhapeodic In E Flat" 

Ml.t.i Hick,'- has arransed a most 
intf're.'tinR and attractivp pro- 
granmii', rnn.M&LlnK of bo'h m'xlem 
find i la'isir .sonitH. .•^unR in EliKll.sh. 
TVierr will nl.so a itroup of 

ElghteenUi Century English folk 
songs: also a group ot ngfateenth 
Century French fdk songs— both 
groapa sung In costtnne. This fea- 
ture proved very popular in Miss 
Hicks' nrst Victoria recital, and Is 
alvayfi pleasing 



piano and singing special t;. and 
Bmie Bheams and Lee Jaxon, in 
their latest songs and piAter. Jack 
Medlord. the staiglng and dancing 

M.C . and Chris Wade and hla 
Capitol Stage Band. ofTer, a.t Lhelr 
feature overture, "The Song I 
Love " with a request nomber. 

■•Maybe XX -j Yours." 

Bnull expcot^ to produce liMI^QOO 
baga of oMf ee in the M^Mtt eNsen. 



IT'S 



Our Oreatcst Double Bill 
— tst^ 

From the Novel Oy David 

Graham PhOHpe, With 
Ricardo Cortez, Alma Rrnn^n, 
Claire Win.hor 



From the Novel 
"NOBOnVS CHir.ltRKN" 



BLUt /KIC/ 



With Helen Twe l ee u e sa 



COMEDY NEWS 

%iS Given Away Tuesday 
Mate. Wed. and SaL Nights, 7-li 



Cooifalg Next Week 

"ROMANCB OP TUB 
UNDBRWORU}" 

PLAYHOUSE 



HAS A MOTHER THE RIGHT TO KEEP 
HER OWN CHILD? 



RAISTON 



WHAT PHANCr 



WO MA M' 



Starts Monday 





Attraetlom 



ALL THIS WEEK 

At Usual Prices 

The Famous Mystery 

Thnt Amazed MiUioiw A 

IS NOW ON THK TALKING SCREEN! ^ 





A PARAMOUNT 
ALL-TALKING 
PRODUCTION 




w EXTRA SOUND ATTRACTIONS 

Fox Movietone 
News Reel 



The Events of the World 
In Sight and Sound 



SEE AND HEAR 

riic ion"; 'I'lilking- < 'niiu-dv 

''KISSES" 

WITH A SPECIAL CAST 





One Eatnv Wedc, Corameiiciiig Monday, Vkky 20 

The Pictara That Hag Ravolutionisad the Talkiagt 

'^Broadway Melody" 

The Suprenft Wonder of tha Talking Serean 

ALL TALKING! SINQINGI DANCING! 





Don't Forget the Bargain MiAidce Daily at 12. Adahs, Children, 10# 
MATINEE, 35c EVENING. 80e 





A 




COLISEU 

Can You Answer This QuettiaB? 

What Was. Justice in 
the Case of Lena 
Smith? 

STOP HERB I 
— tfit law atepa In to hnid her in the mira ol betrayed Lens 
Stnitta fights where othera waaksn. Why> Dire<ted by the man 
whe nada "UnteworM" and *Tba Drag Net." Josal von 
SienAerg* 

I lovr.r I worked! 1 am forjottent Only my son ia leitt Can 
M l- t.nkf him from me? Can tha Isw My h« shan't love nie 
^ t love him? Is ^ls"Jnstke^I>^ Did tha lav owen 
JUMKC lO Lena Smith? Bather Rehtton'a gnat chseeelsr ralsL 
Urn earaoa level 

Fatherat Mothers! Sons and DaughtcrKf You Aug 
Wanted to Witneeal Judge for Yourselwggl 

LOVE vs. LAW 

RAME PXICE8, 35#, S6#. 10^ 

Picture gt 7 gad 9 e'Clock PlCTvn «t 8:39 
Wi te ig dgj aad SaiBgdqr Oiijtr. liM 




AWP POR OCT StAGK ATTRACTIOII 

Toby Leitch 



That's His Monicker 



COLISEUM PUYERS 



COLI 



"Pop Goes the 
Weasel " 

BMt't MiHi TUg One, Polks • Come on Dvinl Mi figlr 
"Uaka Wheepgg"! 

Added AttfRctfiDB 

B^ii White and His 
Owi» Music Box 

WHAT A SHOW! 




y 




Capitol 



^ jWon,, Tuesday and Wed. 



—ON THE SCREEN— 

GRETA 

GARBQ 



Wttil- 



LEWIS STONE 

—IN— 





THE STAGE 



Afternoon and Eveving 



Three klgfa-Claie Vaudev4Ue AetsI 

LEE JAXON and BILLIE RHEAMS 

Presenting Their Latest Songs and Comic Patter 



Wild 
Onhidi 

JAVA— where orchids 
and love are both un- 

lampti ' Java — uhcre So- 
/nrtv 's decrees ^ cruniblr 
" under the all-powcriiil 
•pcU of the Eastt 
W hat a Mtting for the 
^^!irautiful Greta r.arbo! A 
^ .al* of » young wile 
nu^ht in the snare oi the 



Scott and Van Valley 

Offer « Novelty 
Piano and Slnsinc Specialty 



Larry Delaney 

The Well-Known Comedian 
in "KomicaJ Kapcrs" 



— Feature ttes— 

Capitol Comedy 

FELIX CARTOON 
"In and Outlawi" 



Pathe Review 



cms w\DB AXD n» cApiTot nwos o»maiBA 

PtsyiQf "T1» Oeoi I Love - "Uayta It's TaarT' 

•wuNff* jaos euwoee. Ow eiatlM aoa Htmatm ica 



Prices: Mat., 25c; Bve^ 35c; Children. 10c (All Day) • 



rmCK LOUS MAIT— U ttar nam* 

The Csnltol Thr^lTf inTii»n Urt a 
: E. HoCullO-lth. Wn'xi:*nn An . 

! ail4 iwo Irtmdi f>f Iit c^h yt,'^'<-r, 

i lo lU (urstA KDT vrpk 

: PIMM 4ttaeh Ulta coupon and 
t praMBt ta aaalUar. A Maw Nmb« 



Coming V 

THURSf 



THL MOTION PICTURK SPI'TTArLE 

''SI MB A" 



wm IN 

IHLIillAINflFM 

New Yorti's Fudow Doiwcr Stan In 
FMtMre KhewlDf si Pterbowse 



outre DelmAT. s N«w Yevkeueer 
u cut for the part of ttw Xmm 

srwnernnhfT in "The OfKln ol 
t>a'.t, tiie TUIany-Statal producUon 
teftturlnt ateudo Oortet. Olalre 
mndaor mod Aim* Bennett, which 
vUl IM liMwn tomcnrow at the Play - 
hotiae Theatre. This is the adnn - 
UoB tqr U Q. Big\>y (rocn David 
araham PtallUps' sensational dov< i 
«htu-h Oeo:v> Archainbaud directed 
Also ur. the aame bin is Pax Films 
Bhif HkiM." In which Helen 
I wi'lM ;'Tently selected aj one 

or lilt wuiiiti^A Baby Stan tor 
has a leading role. Most of the 
Mrenes are enacted in an orphanace 
and more than 100 youngsttips from 
two aad a half to ten years (unUah 
a great deal of the acUon. Rank 
Altmlaon ts cofeatured with Mlai 
TWelvetnes. Prominent In the cast 
are Fteddle Frederick and Carmen- 
ctta Johnson, proroinent child 
players. 

liOl IIMIIIA OFFFRS 
yPKOilKIIIUli FUN 

"Sailor \tiy Murphv, " Marrlnj 
G rorcp J rsw 1 . Dec 1 a red Mijat 
.\mu%lnc of All Stones 

Manager Clark, of the Columbia 
Theatre, announces the oenlng of 
the Warner Brothers' pvodeotkm, 
"SaUor Jm Kwphy.'* wHit Oeonie 
Jescd. tamavmr far a ran of time 
days. 

This U said to be'the most up- 
marloualy Rmusina pf all aea storlefl, 
one IMV Ooldbertt, perfumery uales- 
n)AU jcsM'V'j, unfailliiB solemnity 
arid"; t/. the portravnl of the char- 
acter o.' the yoiind man wtinse hap-i 
and mLshnps include btMiiR bootpd 
off the doonaal by Uw »r»u laUiar 
of tlw lady ot tala dnanu; wUd pur- 




THIS is one of the rhinos killed by Mrv Martin Johnson— <me of her 
many thrilling experiences while tak.ng motion pictures m '^i<- imiKirs 
ol Alrica. The picture, entiUed "Simtwu" wUl be shown Thursday. In 
day and Saturday at die Capitel Ttwatra. 



fult of that worthy with the deter- 
min.illon In et!t damages for the In- 
dlRnlly lo hifi pfrr-on, r.ipturr. when 
aboard his lady* love s papa « vachl. 
by a bond of lunatics who are in 
command of UiOvboat: appointment 
SA Lord RiRh ErjBCUtlMwr tqr ibo 
said hoodlums; election as chlaf ex- 
ecutioner; ooramandeertor as head 
stoker In the hold, and other atde- 
ftpliltlng adTenturcs. 

This picture la said to be one ol 
Warner Broth'*rB" t>e«t comedies. 

A command t^f ^.even laniniftce* 
aids Ocnio Xeilln-^k-i, ht-.u i 
prORTSmmr.%. In npcniHf n ir , ;.>;ie 
was born m K.inftft.i City of PolU^ 
pann w arul liiudied in CUlcaEO and 
New York. 



AMR CHISr smssD 

DtJBLIN. May 11 —The Dublin 
OaxeUe last nl^iu oftlcully an- 
nounced that Major General Bean 
Mackeon, chief of ttalf of the Saor- 
atat army, had been retired and ap- 
pointed to the reserves with the 
rank of UeuLenant-i ifii'-ntt oeiicrHl 
Mackeon iras one ol ttir tcjidfrr- in 
the (IghtA against Uie Briu^h i>- 
ceding estal)Ushment ol thf Iri^i^ 
Pree Bt^te^ 

Besides being a Huned singer, 
Judfum House. N.B.C. tenor. Is 
highly proDclent aa a pianist and 
QCgsnlst. althom^ he has never ap- 
peaxvd profetttonally In efthcr line. 



nOiaWD BACKS PARNT 
People of the Irlih Pree StaU an 
mysUAcd over the Oovemment'a In- 
(ervt In a secret patent that It Is 
backing but refuses to dUdoae Its 
nature. It recently voted HS.OOO 



to acquire certain righta In the In- 
ventloa but the mlntoter concerned 
refused (o give any details. It has 
since been learned that the device 
relates to a new electric storage 
battery which will make the elertrl- 



fl cation ol long-distance railway 

lines pooaibte. It Is the uivenuon a 
an Ulstennan. James W. Drunun. 
who has spent mof^t of hLs time tn 
the laj»t nine years ui rt-M-arcti work 
al the National U:iiversny. Dublin 




A Scene Prom •The Caw of Lena SmWi.'' Btairing Batliar Kaleton. Shoirtav AH TWe Wedt at Iba CelWn 




IN presenting: ont eoltection of bridal 
gowns we wish to call your atten- 
tion to the fact that we have achieved 
the successful conciliation of modcnv' 
ism and distinction, two elements here- 
tofore considered incompatible in wed- 
ding gowAB* Very rmu-kably priced. 

The South African 
Piumc Shop 

Women's Ready-to-Wcar and Millinery 

747 Y««H 8ft«et PboM atlS 



VX-CONV1CTS aVN STOBK 



To give employment for men who 
have been habitual criminals, a nev; 
Idea In stores has Just been opened 
In London. The place w conducted 
for the buying and selUnR of rlo'h 
nu' buyer ha^ .wr^-ed nearly thirty 
ycar.s In prison No one but Uie 
proprietor knows the resord^ of the 
men. and he Is detcrmmed that they 
shall have a real chance to go 
straight Be tried to find Jobe for 
men who have been In prison (or 
at leaat f otrrteen years, and the dlf- 



Ocuitlec tod him to open a bualnan 
of hii own. Be oeneolTed tlw Moa 

when, with concert parties, he 
\ tailed Camp Hill Prison, at New- 
port, f'f Wight, where habitual 
iTlmlnal:i ^ervc term.i of prrvrntlv'' 
{iclentlon Thp ni'w venture 
being conducUd ao tnat the men will 
benent. and wages will be InereSBOd 
as the business grows. 

Oacmany produced 391 moUon 
I plDfeara fllou at an approximate eoit 
I of StimOQO lart year. * 



Stock — Fixtures 
Everything 
Sacrificed! 



See Our Bargain Countei* 
t or Other Items at Sacrifice 
Prices 



A CO 



O^ e*^* 



Men's and 

Boys' Motor Caps 

,ivv IT Motor Cj['s. An 
^pc^5lvc cap. Regular 
>J.50 each. Sires 6>-j to 7. 
To clear at 

95c 
CAPS 

\ trlrrtion el til" 11' ■• 
; , If s ;ind •tnon 
Otir regi 
' .ingC' Side 
I -rice 



Mei't 

Dress Shirts 

A big range of patterns, in- 
cluding many of our tincst 
qualities. V'aluea to $4.<X). 
Sale Pri ^ 

$1.15 



Drill 
Breeches 

Superior quality heavy 
weight drill. R '"^i^i - ^ ^ 
S.l. |._g5 

Pajamas 

Nice patterns in Knpli-i 
flannelette- K' 

White Ktannelettc Paiamas. 
Regular $4.00 a ^4 QC 
suit. Sate Priced ■ nwW 



Men's 
Summer 
Underwear 

A t li I e t i c Cr.inbin.ni 

lar 85f Sale Price. WWU 
No-Hutt'-n, Hatchway ^tvle 
Rcf^lar $U5. Sale g^Q 

Silk Ties 

\ selection of colors .i i 
l< ittcrns. Regular OCj» 
: V Salf Sperial .m#W 

Braces 

Men's Police or Fancy 
pendcrs. Sate AfXt^ 
I 'rice "ffWw 



Blur Chambray Work 
Shirta, Goorl sixes and thir- 
;ihlr quality. ReciOar $1 00 

^ 65c 

! I r , .y- Weight Khaki Dr i! 
.-hirts. Regular at .S2 J 

$1.35 

Men's 
Sweater 

Coats 



Pure Wool Swe. 
Ml "hade* anH 



$265 



Sock 
Specials 

Men's Cotton Socks. Fancy 
patterns or plain !*hadcs. 
Regular 25c pair IOIa 
Sale Prire I fa 2 W 

Men's Merino WorV 

30 u 

Novelty Silk and Wool 
Socks. Regular R5r 
1 pair. Sale Price . 



MFN S GOOD QUALITY 
TWtKD PANTS 
it $2.50. 

..It- I'rice - . 



$1.95 



BOYS' LONG PANTS 

iH.i.H «icrviceablc tvvee-l in 
likeable patterns. i - r " f 
5=2 50 value, 
lie Price „ 



$1>I5 

GREY FLANNEL PANTS 

i;c-t lualily Englisb grey 
rrutar^'"= - ■ 



innel. Regut: 



Army & Navy Clothing 

IsU tks AMmi— 1238 Government Street— (Near Corner ol Yates Streeti 



MEN'S 

SUITS 



A -special selection of Men'< 
F'lue Serge and Tweed 
.^intA. $20 values. Specially 
^^acrificed lor the opening 

day - , 



^■fMIIl(; .Men"' Sniart Suit*, 
in n'i\rliv l\\rrtis. sinclf 
i.r i!..rililc 'Teaslf-I m'i<! 
el.s. Regular at SJO. Sate 
Price 


Hiph-Grade Rlue Prrpe 
Suits in single or doablc- 
brea^^ted styles. Regular 
at $30. Sale Price 

»19« 


Onr finest selection of Enc- fl^B M F 
]■] :r <rr.^i- and I'M'. \ '"^ ■ W 

Kxcepti. ^ m m ■"M 

Is h'Bli E^ra'lr .in j -.wll i.<i ■ 
lored. Regular at $40. Sale fl 

1 Pri^« m 







Hats 



11 the neweat shaile*. R#c 

- ^ $2.45 




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THK DAILY COLOKIST. VICTORIA, B C. SUNUAV, MAY 12. 



Churches and Their World-Wide Work 



CHIIRCH TO PAY 
ITS TRIBUTE TO 



Scholariy Prievt at 
Cathedrad 




Children and Parents U) 

Unilr in Anmml Popular 
Function — NrvN iMuubtn 
to Speak 

DR, n n sn\ on 



Rev. anuM o. CMT. Um aewiv- 
appointtd MittUnt mlitlttcr 
Flnt united Oburrh arrivrd In thf 
tAtf ft ftw dftyt ««o ftiid hu ftt- 
raedjr Iftfcen up his pmitanl duueii. 
He wUl be haftrd for the first ume 
m Vletorlft Udi momliic. A ipMial 
Mottaere Ofty aarflM bftft bMn ftr- 
soouuMlng ftt li tfMoek. 
ftDd ft vcty inttmUm «iid H^fui 
order of Mrvlce hu been prepftred 
ID addition to the ftddreai to be 
gtven by Mr Ony. the Junior ohotr 
under the direction of Mr. P>-fe 
wUl render 8pe<;iftl mu*)c Children 
and parenw wiU worship tcie^unT 
nnd pay irlbuir to mot-hfrhood TUL'i 
.service ha^ t>e< n a sprt-m 1 i tt*t u r i 
with nr-it Church for noiiie years 
>mm ;>ik1 ific^L int«r«st is being 
.shuwti. ihe attendance alwayt being 
my laife. 

In lb* evening Dr. WUun will 
isreacb. takln« for hit Mbjeei "The 
Modal VMbirT ^mo iscfo Blnireh 
fllMlr wUt render epoouu music at 
aw mnlnc oervtee, 

lilt ipMlBt aHMio MU h a iwml ie 
vtib ttw eplru o( lt» day, u 
foUowa: 

Momlnt ~ ChUdren'B Oholr. 
Oborus, "HlR Love Is B«tfcr lhan 
Oold"' wlo and ehom*. Tather, We 
Thank Thee," soloist, Mlae Oeorglna 
WUion: chortB. "9 m 0u w the 
Year* Oo By " 

Evcnlntc -Anthpm. "At Bvcn. Ere 
ihi- Sun Was S*f .Turner), noloust. 
MlM Marjorl*" Wiiuon: male quar- 
Lettc. A aoyi Beet Friend" 
Skelly. Mews B Pytt, K. VVTJ. 
a Warnoek. W. Fji*- 

Mntr. Sherry Offers 
Interesting Vieus$ on 
Mather** Love Today 

"MfltturliDay Lovp or Ihr rmirth 
Dlmenelon," will be the nubjert at 
thp First Bplrttnal church Harmony 
Hall. T24 Port Street Mm*" Bhi?rr>' 
will BlvP iiom^ Interest inc virwB on 

mother's love and the fourUi dimen- 



HF.\. t 



K. EVANS. 



Homr^ yiation and 
The Mother Will Be 
Presbyterian Topic 

Divine serrloe wlD be conducted 

today at the TUlicum Road Preeby- 
tertan church, the cwKf. at It 
o'clodt. and at Eniklnp Prpj;i>yt«isn 
Church, oen»er o< Karn*'' ■.r.d L ir- 
Itne Roads, st 7 o'clock Kpv a O 
Thomson, the minut«r. uili xp«>Ak 
on "A Mother a KelaUun u> the 
Home and to the Nation." At the 
OoTfe Church special music will be 
rendered, when Ura. P. Uulr will 
stng ft iolo ftnd ft duet will be midg 
by Mrs. Smart and Miss Porttn- 

On Afooday eveolnt at 8 o'cloclc 
at ftmklnf churrh therr wil! be an 
entoialnnipfit tnr ytmi^^ people, 
consixtiiit of ft lantern lecture and 
alldee enttlled "A TMp AOToH 
Canada." 



''The Rock of A/ti's'' 
It Morning TopU' at 
Knox Pre»by$erian 

Rev. T. Bftfna Dftvles, MJL. vfll 
conduct the uauftl serrMfts todAy ftt 
Knox Preabyterlftn Church, ooraer 
of Gladstone and Stftnley Avenoea. 
The Rock of Ages" (Matt. arl. 1«> 
will be the theme of tht> .vrrmon at 
11 o'clock, and the eub]ecl of the 
addrcM at 7 30 will -T^t 
UntqurneM of Chrtsi ' 'John xlx, ji 
The Sunday school wUl meet as 
nnnl o'eloolL 



Dr. A. F.Barton 



Progressive Thought Temple 

rofm»rir 
New Thought Temple 

li AU "Toi^ ANi> rniin roNaciouaNBBft* 
•naemr Afhoei r'pdaiF'. Ki II tM. 

I. so p-u— 'THK powsn ANT) pimroM or 

Tia 8POKBN WORD 
If. B KM M»lth • l«ctW« m 
"BVaAntO A WXUOM DOtLMt 

omovLATioir 

Ail WsleaBw Ptmvio o<f*ruis 

ft.0.ft. aaU MMkday. I ^H. 
CItiad*! OBnMt 




Metropolitan United Church 

C*r QuSr» PMe«r. 

nsv. w. J. oiaanu, D.O.. rMior. nt>a A Dn.nutf. ciiwniiMi«T; ft. Pineo*. Ottaotot 

%m AU PvmiAX At^HOOt. UBOtOH 

is A M ^ci>as unrriKoe 
tt AM "MomKKJioon IN Lira Kno DHrrunr'— on. siPntKX 

Anitiw, Jriun. HktlMir Pilot Mo' 'Srhnrrkrr' RoIm. Mrv Qoa Held 
Oust. "MrmcM-ii-i at MMtrr" (HwtaVMi. M*kriftrr.»i AndrrMQ htkt HftWWt 

lis riL mnocm. paua and trust -on aimuox 

Anihrtn. -Lrt Lh'> MtUMM B. OU4" (Brtri 
OBnirmlw ftsla. Batatee." Ita ft. M. Ibrtaft 

MMiMTs Bar near^wnr a Phmr fer nn mkm—9mr th» ■ftoins OMnon— a 
•Helal Mnbsov la T««ia— Heic at tubs mt ■aaiss OebaA aji. -spmui 
■errlMs Im MMtW 8ar 



Special Sermon at the Tabernacle 

of the Christian and Missionary 
Alliance, Yates Street 



.KfR r..t», 
iiT<I -A T )*• H'" 



Reverend G. H. Stieglitz, D. D., 

WUl pT*»ch ini) morpins tt II mTttotk. an Th» Olft ftf tht Hoif ll*>int \n 
ili» afWrnoAn an T'-.r i.wu.r Pl»fii» uid in iti* •^rtur^M. k( 1 M, an ■ T<t 
fMtooa CMilM al cht.M The iixtikt ••rrlfp wiJl ronltnu* •v^rT nwhi Saritit 
IM WMk SIM* rvftdln« fry urtrrnnon ■! j o dwL m "Tht MlBinry 

IIONDAT~k V.M.I 'Hm Mmi"- '^t Fkihtt . • r.|£. "Ihe MMfl at ifee CNII 

*( Ui« iloir e^int ' 

■roWDAT I PU Th. filU of ih* Holf aoifll -tM- Wftomfi • rjt* "^SW 

in ft»o*ivp Ul« aitt Ot Ihi hm mhv* 
WBIMMLMT 1 PM. TM WUUni Timt—aiwil^ OhrMUfu tftlTr Is* UH 

CMft Mt ih* Hoir ftpim*": I PM.. Tn* om nt uw HttT ftaint aoa ta* r««w 

at CbriH 

TIIUft»AT-» P H.. -Tba aiSMta o/ Uw Oitl «( Ut* Boly •Nrtt ■. 1 PM . -Tb. 

Pnll ftevart" 



Central Baptist 

"We Preach Christ Crucified, Crowned and Comini" 
Servicca tai A.O.P. HftU, on Cormorant St Paaior—J. B. Rowell 
Sunday School Ifd Bible Claas al 9:4S ft.nL All wclosm*. 

Morning. Wnrship St t) o'ClocIf "BARES THROUGH INKX 
PURIKNCH IN THK WORD; OR» BY-PATH MEADOW TO 
STAGNATION. ERROR AND FAILURt.* 
K«rniac (iospet Serv^'-*-i 7 .10 ('SonK Serricc at 7:15) 

"Seven Wonder Personages 

OP THE TRIBULATION. TH& LAMB UPON MOUNT 

ziON, AMD nis tHmtr 

WS IjWlla W j» hgf J Mj jgg 'L '?. "> » *»«>WW IS«» el uw M el 
Ijyn^ •?«»!AJi»T«»_«? fNOa-rtar. Mas U, 



**WImb ye pc^. aty 'Oi» Ftther whkh wt in heatoi/ 2. 




PASTOR WILL 
SHOW CHART 



BEV. J. B. BOH I 1. 1 H» itIVE 
ITUDY OF BOOK or 
MBVBLATION 

Heenlv Sabjrri rtevoilODal— ftmr- 
lee mt BapUKin WednrMlaj Kvc- 
ntng. <>uiklin<l« 11^11 

Thf pitslor m! 'fir ciiiritl H.ipi:"! 

liirvir rliari im Uir Book ul ihi.- 

itrvetauon thu evoolac la dealing 
Akth the Intensely iBMrwUng lub- 
joet or "Tho Seiwa WMder Fmon- 
agee of the TrUMilfttliiQ Pwlo^ the 
iamb Upon Motmt ZUm ftod the 
]44JN»." THU atudy oovert one of 
the difficult pofilonB ot the Book of 
Revelation and wUl be of speolal 
interest to all lovers of the propheue 
Scrlpturea. 

The sub)eet a» the mornln* scn*- 
ice wlU be -Babes Through Inei- 
prnencc lo the Word, or By-Path 
.Mmdrtw to BtagOftttOD. Ooot and 
Failuri'." 

There will be a bapttenftl aerrloft 
on Wedneaday erenlng. May IS. at 
S o eloGk In the OakBUBda OQipal 
HftU. near the HlUslde oar tmiaua. 



May Meetini^s Bulk Large in 
British Church Life 



C<-" mftny Of the fftUglous organtsattons of Briuin 
I. ' nuAl (rathpringa during the present moniii that they ar* com- 
monlv kn -'Mi ii .-huroh parlance as the May nif^UiiK^ thf mttrrul- 
anct up'ui mie nv ijnirt" of whl 'h nn or-M-liiri whii'h lew mlnUters, 
at any rat*' of ihf fr*i' cti ii<- ■ ■ .i ■ . i , -r.i 

I! \^ III ttif .-priim '.iii«-t nil oi 'rii* iTi rut ;iii."^:iU'nary and many of 
ilip phila'vfiii'i'ii 'i,M-lr;iP.s uik-' vi-nrly ^r^>^K "f LhPlr ftCtlVtUeS. 
lUrd-nurkliiH "ITU ImI;. kikI Uk-iiLcd Apeaker& bring under CVvteW 
large ftrofts of rimnh life. 

Canuttandin« pcaslbly the wldoft world-Utt«Bt wUl be Clw Ai- 
-imbliea lo Bdtoburgh of tbt Ohtireb of BooOaod nitf of th* Roe 
L'hurch. which ftre meeUng during th« latter part of this month, 
and at the former of which the r>tike of ToTk will be the Klng'K 
Lord High Commissioner, Thrar two churohaa wUl meet tn th<> 
Joint Asaembly of the united Cliurch of Scotland next October 



WILL UIAONOSE 



l/reifv Centre 
Aiinnftl Meet 
Hears Reports 

On Thunday ovtoiag laat. the 
Unity Ceatri held ft biiiiiuM ftOd 
•oelftl moetlog ot Ite orgftnlaaUon . 
at ii1uoli~ttun naa c^food attend* 
nnoe. Un. Oocdoo Grant presided 
and opeoed the meeting with an ad- 
droBA, In wbloh she eapreasod her 
iippreciatjcn of the hftrmooy and 
co-operation which han existed 
throughout the year nnd which hsji 
been the secret of the year* suc- 
cess. Nfr Prat', followetl with the 
report of the secretary and treftsur- 
er These reports showed ftdvftOM- 
ment In every Uoe. ftnd notwlth- 
ataadtng It bad haan Moauary to 
scourv laiver quartan for the work, 
the floolHy bad paU aU tba ex- 
penoe* of the year aad bad a elaaa 
balance sheet. 

After a thorough discussion of the 
work and the unanimous adoption 
of the report, a social time was en- 
jo.ed and a good programme wa« 
rcnfjerr^ by rpveral artists who 
wrrr pr<went An inte-reetlng Item 
waA the pfi'^eniatlon to Mrs. Craw- 
ford by Mrs. Pratt of a beautiful 
stiver vaae expreealTe of the op- 
preolfttion of the Unity friends ond 
thetr good wlaboa for both Mr. and 
Mrt. Orawtonl In tbalr future home 
at OimidBfwfc. 




DB. DAV1E8 WILL S U B V B T 
CONDITIONS IN rBSfltHT 
UUBJtllNti AQB 



SIXTY DELEGATES TO 
ATTEND OMFERENCE 

AanSftI trailed rhorch Mcetlnt tn 
VaoOMmr to Otftw Attendftnce 



AFTER POKTY YEARS 

SL ssTtoor*! rborrh WUl CcMrftte 
on May 26 Fortlctb Annhrersftry 
or ftast Senrtee 

May M la the Bunday Mt apftrt for 
ihe fortloth ftnnlvenary of the rint 
aervleo baM la Bt. Bftvtour^ pariah, 
over Oerow'a tolaekanlth ibop. then 

Rttiiatr on thf H^ulmalt Road An 
inMtaiinn hi- prefient ls exti^nded. 
Ul ill! uhn h.i.r had any assoctaUons 
with Tiip piimM lo tba dayi gone 
by. and lor viinoua reasooa, are not 
ftble to aUend with regularity. 

The serrleca todajr ftre as foUows: 
A crtebrfttion of holy oommunlon at 
8 o'clock: matins at 11. ftnd even- 
song at 7 o'rlock Ttir rH*tor will 
preach throushout the day The 
choir rendennc g'>od nervirr 'r> 
the ehurrh by a quiei iiiHnn.y Mf 
worship. Undrr the nupervislon of 
Mr Philip 11 HiiRhes. Mus. BftC.. the 
anthem today wlU be -Turn Thy 
ftee nam My Sliia. O Lord." by 
Thomaa Attwood. 

aowERS wIll 

GREET MOTHERS 
AT FAIRFIELD 

Mothers nay lameea wlU be 

fittingly ohAerved at Falrfl*i'ci 
United Church Tlie paster will Ulce 
tor his niibj- I in '!if morning. "The 

chiirrii A M.--iiiiTu-.ii." aad In the 
evrnina he wUl speak ftn "The Ko- 
biiity of Motbertaood." Bpaelftl and 
appropriate music has been pre- 
paivd by the rhotr for both aervloea, 
ft&d the aotolsts for the day are Mn- 
JObB Kyle ftnd Miss Grace Piatt 

Iti* ehurob is being beauttfuiiv 
decorated for the occasion an'l 
t:n» rrs Will be wom a?, a ic^^m ..r 
Ihr- Invr, reverence and great flehi 
iiwlnp [nfi hTB. At these .tervlceB 
motherv wiU be treated as gu»u of 
honor, and the semcai arc oarefuliy 
ftrranged to cbaer ftod aneourftge 
them. 

BRITISH ISRAEL 
LECTURKR.S HAD 
LARCiL AUDIENCES 

Th*- pa'.t w<»r>k of the British - 
Llrn^l ^ if-^tailon hsfl bwn devol'-d 
to a t-ourse of special leclurps In the 
Board of Trad* Building, the ler- 
turan having bean Mrs Altree 
OOMT. ftutbor of -Tba Wooder 
fti^ Ma)or P. T. l^ort, of 
UtMftl BapadMoaafy Porees 
M PtfMtoft InpiaaMng nurabert 
mied the bftll eft^ night, ftnd after 
the okwlng lecture ibe major was 
unanlmoiulv Invited to rome again 
In tftf nrar fiiture He haa gone to 
<prrirt the week -And at Duncan and 
Ihe Ctiwlchan Valley, where ftrrangr- 

menta have been made for a lecture 



CMr Temple Gtrta WlU Pi imbI fta 
AMraeUvc PrograoaiBe tm Their 

Mother's Day Scrrtoa 

At the momii.g ikt^kp of the Cuy 
Tcniple A toperlal prograoinir for 
Motner'B Day t\As been arraiiged- 
Tbla service .s hi LiiBt,^,- oi uie 
CXIXT. girls and atelr It-atlera. ITie 

poem. "Ttaa Olretw ol Ufe," wiU be 
raoUod. and a atory. '^ba Queat," 
WiU ba glvaa by Vera Wftlkr. The 
adafMt ~«m btrdtnvered by MA. 
Alice Mftude Hftmmotid- The soloist 
for the morning will be Mrs. H. 
Jackson, who will sing "Mother O' 
Mine." 

■ What's the Matter With (jur 
Modern World?" will be Dr Davi-- 
evening theme This question l« one 
swept along with a pace that kills 
which Li always to the forefront 
these days when things are hsppen- 
ing so swiftly and men are being 
swept along with a paoe that klUa. 
Dr. Davles will dlMuM tba auhfaet 
fuUy tUa avaaiag la laoguaga aaally 
fiaapad by modan youlb aad 
adulta. 

The muaicftl prelude wUl be given 

bv the Oity Temple Orcheatra fitan 
7 to 7 30 o'clock, with speolal Itama, 
and the choir will sing "Blessed Is 
the Nation." 

On FYiday evening of thin week 
the membership of the City Temjile 
will mi'et at u btuiiness session to 
elect their reprcsenUUves <m the 
board of management for the com- 
ing twelve mootba. Tbla maeUng 1> 
In line witb tba latisod by-Mm ot 
the Olty TMpla vhleb are now tak- 
Uii affael, wbaiby ttw annual 
mmnam ot tba qmidaawnn wiU la 
futavba fliad by tha data o( for- 
ms tion 



About sixty mii.i^trM and laynaa 
of the United Church m Victoria 
and tba laiaad wm laave tbte woak 
to aMnd ttia aaaual maeHnj bi 
Vancouver of the Brttlab Columbia 
coafaranoa of the Didtad Ohuroh. 
vblob wm hold lU fbtt acaalon \n 
Waotay OburcA. Wednaaday eventag. 
when fiev. Dr. W. G. Wilson, of 
this olty. the preoldent of the con- 
ference, will give the annual addrev. 
of the retiring presiding officer 
Preliminary meetings of the com- 
mlttoea and pr(Mbytene>^ will be bMd 
on Monday and T'jr^dav 

Neat Sunday morruin Mr li li 
Gray, the newly-appointed uuuLaiit 
ftt Pint Cburoh. oriu ba ofdalnad by 
oonreraooe, mt. T»:^. H: Hnilth 
preftflhlng the ordlnftClon aermoo. 
The eoafereooe sermon will be given 
In the evening by Rev. Dr Bipprell. 
The seaaloas ftre expected to con- 
tinue until Tuesday evening. Mai- 
ten^; of special Interest wlU be the 
enlarging home mission nork 
th:niiRhnijr ihp Province, including 
bulldtJig pr(j;'>ctA In Vancouver, and 
the report of the settlement com- 
mittee regarding the dlspoalUei of 
tba wlotta appueatloiw from mbi- 
Utafa for % elunga of pastorate. 



TO REVIEW 
JLRUSALEM 

Dean Quainton Will Speak 
at Christ Lhurcti Cathe- 
dral on Great Missionary 
Gathering 

REPLAiS LtCTLRL 

Onf MYSTICISM 

The nran of Coiun.bia will preach 
at thr- m'Tnlng nr.d rvcninR scr\'lcej 
in Chrt.it Churrli Cathedral today, 
taking a:, hvf subject the recently 
held Jerusalem Conferanoe. There 
Via be calabratlons of the Holy 
Oooununku at 8 and S:30 o'clock. 
Matlaa aad aamoa at it. obUdna s 
awloa at 3, and Evensoor^aad aar- 
mon ftt T:30 o'ekick. 

The Deon wlU repeat his lecture 
on *"Some Element-^ of My^tlclam" 
at 8 otloi.k tdtnorrow ui the Me- 
murisl Hall. The Deans tuborlal 
c][t'« WlU aiaac an Tbvndar at S 

oclO". k, 

ASSEMBLY KITUAl 
TO BE FOLLOWED 

St Andrew'* Ti)pl<^ Will Ceatrt 
Upon Mother, Ueglnulog With 
Beniee la Montag Boboal 



Tlw Mystery of Aiwienl 
Christian Cross-J] onl 
Puzzle h Now Unveiled 



United Church British Columbia Conference 
Will Meet in Vancouver May t5~Newspapcr 
Organ of Canadian Baptists Celebrates Seven- 
ty-Fifth Anniversary of Publication 



Tales of Salvation Army Founder 

Are Narrated by General Higgins 

AM anelant mystery associated with the early spread of ChrU- 
tlanlty, and what la probably the nlfir5r ■rro.'is-word puzzle " 
of the world, has now. after hrtfTlmK the inRenuity of 
scholiirs for centuries, been aolvrd sn -.uxips The Guardian of 
London, which Klls the faaclnfttlng niory in recent Issue. It Is 
the story of twenty-hve letters found In the ruins of a Roman 
house in England, on the wall ol which some hftocn huadred years 
ago or more ft Roman soldier geiBtehMl tba anyMertoua lettera oo a 
piece of plaater. AU over Burcpa aad not Infraqaently in the Kaat 
have theae kabbalUUe Mtaa been' found, even In Captic papyri and 
inacribed on the wails of Egyptian cbtirchea. 
Tlic twanty-dve letters appear In three Sunday schools t.i atinouured 





UNITY CENTRE 

TOPICS GIVEN 

This moralnai at ti oeiodt. Mr. 
Pratt win spear on "Turning Prom 
Ail Wnmc ThlBMBC.- Be win gtre a 
talk to both chOdraa aad adulu. Tn 
the evening Mr« Gordon Grant will 
npeak on Tbe Pattern of the Tem- 
ple." ttare MU fee ipaalal alBfiog, 
with MMa BoDSbor as tba aeoom- 



ARMY rOLLECTING 

liR FOREIGN FUND 



-Ucatai Week Now On— CUftdel 
WH Olve Dee Okeerraaaa la 

Molher'ft Day 



Mother s Day «111 t>b6er\'ed at 
the Salvaurm Army CHadel meetings 
tndftv. which will commence at the 
u.';iiai houra. The aftemooa serrtoe 
»ui be led by the Y.P. B uig Ba nl - 
MftKu- and his assiaunu la tba Sun* 
day .school Ao Intereattag pro- 
(TTunmie will be given by the young 
people in honor of "Mother " Adju- 
LUit and Mr-. MTrett wUl lead the 
nuirniMK and rvenin* ■ervlces and 
d tprrial mr-wage to rwrentyi wlU be 
ffuen in the ttd]ut*nL's addreea at 
the latter meeting. The usual week- 
night meetlmts will be baU iB. tbe 
Citadel on Monday, Thmaday and 
Bftturday evenings at t o'clock. 

The ftnnufti week of pnyer and 
aeU-dentftl. which is the foretmi 
nUalooa effort of the Army, iia.^ 
come aroiinrt apaln. Adjutant aiid 
Mrs. MeTTetl aro vrv prnfeful to 
all tfte klr.'l frlen ;: <i' -Up business 
dL'itrlC. ''•■'"i> Pivcn do- 

nation.', t'!.' ■..l.r' Uir& will be Vislt- 
inK I'le ro.^i'tenttal dlMflOta durtag 
the coiiunjt week, and are leflUtted 
u» presant the oOelal oeUoelint 
eard of the Army. Tbe n e e ema r y 
funda reqnlred to maintain ftad ex- 
tend tbe eodftl and spiritual work 
toi btT*f**** land! are thua raised at 
UklB tbaa mm all over the world. 

MOTHER'S DAY AT 
VICTOREA WEST 

Mother's Day wlU be tolly ob- 
served In Victoria West United 
Church today at both Kerrtoaft At 
the morning service the Btradfty 
■chool Is uniting with the ragaMr 
oongregftUon. and a igteclal pro- 
gramme WlU be followed, the 
aebfitara of tbe school bbklng part, 
along with the rather^ and mothers 

TtsM pftitor will give & naddreaa on 
"Oelden OUmpsaa of Motherhood " 
Special music wUl be rend trad, and 
all the mothern of the boys and girls 
aad memberR and friends of the 
congregatton are cnrdUUly mvlted to 
meet together for this servtoe. 

At the evening semce. at 1:30 
o'dook. tbe paMr win preaai on 
"Mother. Her tanbeaea and Her He- 
flpgadbuicy." The cbolr wUl Mng 
an ftpproprtaie anthem, and » ape- 
ctftl solo will be r e ndered bi ftddltton. 

At WiiMm9on Road 

Mothsm Day Witt be bipt upper- 
meet to Bttnd wnb lolot aemoM tor 
eburah and Sundfty school at Wil- 
kinson Road at 10 30 and at Garden 
Olto ftt S:N- The R.K.C. programme 
win be used and the pvtor will 
xpeak on "ciniden oiunp«4>a of 
Motherhnod " Tlir rvenine theme 
wUl be "Remembering Mother " 

On Tuesday evening muaic lovers 
are dae for a treftt at WUfelMoa 
Aoad wtMB ibeWemaa'a AamaiaMBB 
ta amuiciBff a mrramBia tt n- 
usoftl woitb. MedaUau bi vocal end 
aMnmwalal aMie and aleeatloa 
are freely glvttit tbetr aer\le<s The 
McKenale Aveoue School i-hoir. 

wm atoa 





DL 



siPPBBLtrs e V c N I N G 

TOPIC HAS APPEAL 

TO Yoirni 



ConjrrefBllon Inrli^d Ui Vlr*r Fivw- 

es« on Hauler's Day— <;helr Haa 



Mocbem Dap NMoaa la aacMi 
and aong win ba fa atui ed la tfta 

Sunday school and morbtng aervtoe 
at Metropolitan today, tbe Sunday 

school tratherinn being at 9:45 
o>lrtrk iind the churrh (irrvlee at 11 
O'clock. Dr sippreu will speak oo 
tbe theme 'Motherhood in Life and 
DeftUny. " showtng the 'rftiianrf of 
the mother In tbe bOMM natl la the 
nation. 

At the evening serrlce Dr Rlrprell 
Will MJeak on the subject. -Precdoni, 
nalse and True." This will be a 
timely meea^c for mir day, parUc 
ulaily to the yonag people. What 
slUMild be our Idea of freedom and 
how to secure it will be rtlariiseeil m 
a way interentng and InteiUgent. 
The lolatBU for the day are Mia. T. 
Anderaon, Mn. P Baves aad Mrs. 
6. M. Morton. An birltatian is ex- 
tended to the public to be present 
and to wear a bower In honor of 
motherhood, as hea been done In 
former yenn 

TO GIVE MOTHER 
EOKEMOST PLAtE 



Tint BapUat MinUtM- on "Mnthrr 
and Oar World" — Cbildraa 



At Bt. Aadrewn PreAytertaa 
Cburcb, Douglas and Broughton 
Streets, Mother's Day will be ob- 
served today by the Sunday aobool 

at It.'' T' sular .session at 9:4B o'clock, 
wtien -he special order of service 
prep-.ired by the awembly's commit- 
tee win be used and an addrese wUl 
be given bv Mrs Saiir»by. 
• At the miirtuniT service la the 

church. tJie mlnLiLer. Rev, H. P. fi. 
Luttrell, BJL, wUl prcftoh on "The 
Mother at the Croas," John xia. 25. 
end In the evening the subject vUl 
be "Tbe Plfth Oommandmeat," 
emphasising the phrase "And Tby 
Mother." Approprlftte music will be 
rendered by the obotr ftt both 
service*. 



AUTOS WILL BRING 
MOTHERS TO CHURCH 

Dedir»Uon of ( Irldrrn 1<> fir Vrm^ 

tared In Mother's Uay hervioe 
a« BauaenftH BapMM 



Blottier's Day wlU be fltungly 
obMTvod at tba aanrloea in Em- 
fmly ff . Bapmt Ohuroh today The 
Mtatat lerrlaa boa been planned 
pertmiUAy in the interest of 
motbert, aad aataa vui be used to 
tAke motheni to the church It ha« 
b*'»-n 'hf ni-iom for mothers to 
bring their bnbic-^ to the Mother's 
Day service for dedication. The 
cuctom l^'- i''illf>wrd thi* morn- 
ing DuriFu- 'I ' rrvlce. ""The Mag- 
nificat" iiicnii<-Lt> will be rendered 
b? the chotr, and "Mother's 
Prayer" wHI be sttbg by Mrs. W. 
Templeton. A sermon on the sub- 
}cct, "The Greatest Mother," wtll be 
preached by Rev. Henry Knox. 

At the evening service the music 
will be: "^ow Calmly the Evening" 
(BIgftr). by ladles' chorus, and "O 
Comr to My Heart ' < Ambrose i by 
the chiilr The evening sermon will 
be on the .^ubjeit. "Three l icnera- 
tions of Christian.^ ■■ 

The monthly meetlntt oi the 
F'rn-^'xj;! Friendly Porum will be 
held Lomorrcnr evening, when the 
older boya ot anaianual BapUst 
Sundfty aehool will be tbe fosota of 
the members. Supper wlU ba served 
ftt 6:30 o'clock, ftnd ftftar Ihe nwftl 
a programme apeolftlly prepared for 
tl.e entertainment Of the gueslg WlU 
be carried out. 



"Mother^ Day vui be a«tu«ly 
Observed at (be Ptnt Baptlat ChurA 
this morning The mbdaier will 
have for hu .tiibject. "Mother, and 
Our World ' Children, as well as 
Bdii.'.s bf out In force to do 

honor to one who 1a unquestionably 
first in the ranks nf humanity. Sev- 
eral children will be received Into 
church membership Tt\f wrvice 
will begin at II o'clock. Mra. Robert 
Mcintosh WiU shtg Bftntfal^ -Vsttoer 
ta ueavaa." 

The Church aObool wlU meet im- 
mediately after the merabii aendce. 

tsarado" win be the mialstan 
tbarae at the evenlBt eerviee. This 
service wiu eommeooe at 7:110 
o'clock, and will be preceded by a 
brief, bright servioe of song TTie 
choir will sing 'Xead Me. l^rd by 
Wesley. Mr. Strachao wlU preach 
at both mormat and ■laains Mge- 

On Monday the MM. 

of the church will meat al t o^eloak. 
The midweek iiiaalliii aC Ibe 
ehdreh wUl be bMd ea WiadMaday 
evwiBV at g o*aleak. 

MOTHER'S CHOIR 

AT S. SAANICH 

Murh intersAt is betnt t^ken in 
the Mi.th*Ts Day «ervi.-e to o.' heM 
at the .SoijLh Saanlrh tinliert rhurm 
this morning at 11 o rlock The 
choir, wtuch wlU render ap p r o priate 
music. wlQ be empoed of motben, 
and mothera are tftklog part m 
vartoui parttoeia of tbe serviee. wUBb 
to be OBost iimaiartia. 



FATHER-IN-LAW 

or BISHOP HERE 

Rev. A. M WBbSey. Ibe fa«bar-bi- 
Iftw of Bishop Brewing, will be ttw 

Iprearher 'oday at the Chureb Of 
Ow 



ISohility of Mothers 
Im Morning Thrmr 
At Pong tax Street 

Services will t>o conducted today 
at the Douglas street BapUst 
Churrh. Cloverdftle. ftt 11 o'clock 
and in the eventeg at I'JtO. Mother's 
Dfty wUl be uba e i ied snd Rev. P. 
W, MrKinnon the pastor. wiU 
speak on ""nie Nobility ol Mother- 
hood" at the momlnB service and 
at the evenmtr i^r^ic Mr McKln- 
non will delivM ,\ -ermon to men 
entlUed "Rellpl.'/i u: Your Wife's 
Name." Al ih'' ■'hli'lrcn' •'^rv^rr- ui 
the afternoon t; . ■ '.']--ti . 
of "The Fda anu ihc w.,if- wui im- 
rendered and an ftddreae will ba 
given by ibe pastor on *Hke Man 
aad the Mill." The uioal weMc- 
nlght aervtoe wOl be held on Wed- 
nesday and the Young People'a 
Society on Friday 

"IDEAL MOTHER" IS 
APPEALING TOPIC 
ATIAMESBAY 

Investing Mother » I>ay with an 
*it*1MfTn in face of mber fftctx mther 
than htgh'aoun.iirif pintittKint wui 
be the obiect of Uit- «rrvic<»t mi 
Jtmm Bay United today. There 
wiQ be a liberal enlargement of sing- 
IBC fsftturea, maklac Iba asrvMee 
hob>ful to real wwahtp. while the 
addreaees will be of a iyeBpftthetlc 
but praetlral nature. "An Ideal 
Motbar" wtU be tbe tbeeae of the 
morning sermon, while at the eve- 
mng service the t<ipic wUl be "A 
IfOble Dedarfttkm. ' -StiU. SUU 
With Thee'" iHeyser* wlU he the 
evenlrnr srith'm featunni; a solo by 
Mrs. T Southern and a i»iie* bv 
Mia. Southern and Mr J'x*tin o.: 
tartv while there will be a trio by 
the two fe ufchu 
tf Mm. A.II 

1MB it mtti M« hMT ef M 
aad jamiti am a«ad in naia tbM 



Che foim of an anagram ai fuUowa: 
ROTAS 
O P ■ R A 
T B N B T 
A R 8 P O 
S A T O R 

It will t>* ri-jtlcc<I thai tJic ROTA.S 
Is the reading on the lour suirs 
starling from '''■grryt'i qppo.site 
comers, and ROTAB OPBRA 'ItOi 
is the continuation from «acb cor- 
ner to the central letter H. The 
aelubon offered by Rev. T. D. RIokm, 
fleer of Aston Rowant, Oxford, is 
accepted by Tbe Ouardlan ax a clear 
explanation of the long-tudden mas- 
tery aad. perbftps, a Anal semameot 
of the age-kii« oontraveray. MT. 
aicke.s points out that the lettem 
ROTAS OPERA TEN are an anft- 
gra m or rearrangement of PATER 
HOSTER A O. That Is Our FaUier. 
the Alpha and Omegft (A ftnd O 
being ihf llroi ftnd last lelten Of the 
Greek alphabet. Theae words might 
be freely rendered thus: Our Pbther. 
who art la heaven, the Svertaatlng 
One. n was a Christian aittrmfttlon. 
secretly tmnmltled to whomsoever 
might ehancf* to read it, of the 
writers faith In the love of the 
Eternal Father A5 a secret sign It 
rcsemblefi the drawlnK of a fish as ft 
pa.viiKord among the early Chrls- 
tiaru, the (Jreek word for fish. 
irHTm.S. being the initial Irlter.v 
ol ji-suA Christ, the Bon of f ind 
It. suggests, too. the use of IHS. 
Jesus, Saviour of mankind. 

The Ouftrdlftn ftlao dnwa fttten- 
tion to an explftofttloo made many 
yeftrs ago by a writer la Notes and 
Queries, who pointed out that the 
words SAT ORARB POTBN (reed 
backwards and forwards and croea- 
ways' were good Latin, meanlnt 
"Canst thnu pmv ^imrientlyT" The 
Guardian ihinkh thr two erplana- 
tlons may be blended thus: Pater 
Noster. Alpha Omega: Bat Orare 
Poten? CarL'it thou 5«y enouHh pal*T 
noslers. for He is the beelnninjr and 
the end? Or. in common '.prprh. 
Pray without eeaslne, Our Father, 
which art In Heaven The impor- 
tance of the Bbady lies in the fact 
that in these words we baea a arypi- 
ogram or secret lymbol irtsleh la one 
of tbe first, poeolbly tba llm^ ot aU 
the written links which conneot our 
retlglan with the Founder. The 
Imaglnntinn readily pictures the un- 
known Roman soldier who gave a 
Chruttan testimony In the midst of 
paganism, a tccilmony which wee to 
reappear after many oenturlm when 
thf once patan land bad 
Christian. 



Conferetice 
of Canada, 



With 3M0 more scholars The num- 
bm of young people a organisatloos. 
irtlidh Include Tuxls, Trail Ranger 
and C.OXT. s»BP«. aow stends at 
U6. with ft membership of 10,148. 
Tbe value of lands and buUdlnga ta 
sec St |S,814.901, an Increase of 
three-quarters of a million as a re- 
sult, of con&lderable church building 
during 1924 The loLal turned ;nto 
church trranunes for mtuion.'t and 
bcnevoltiKc IS Il»7,000. of whlrh the 
uunien of ihe jirovliicr gave t^l.lSS 
The total contribution from all 
sources during iBae is over one mil- 
lion doUara. ThU Is an ftvovftte of 
ftlmoat lll.go par manfetr. of wbloh 
tbe if i la i lnBai y aad bsneMlnMa 
avanca la IMg. 

COMPLBTBS 7Pra TBAB 

Tracing Its beginning lo a worthy 
deacon of Brantford. Onterto. who 
sold a piece of land near Woodstock 
to found The Christian Messenger, 
In 1854, the present etiuor nf The 

Oenftdlan Baptiat. Rev i , u u v 
Klpp, points with denominational 
pride to the continuous pubUcatlon 
each week for three-quarters of a 
century of the organ of the Baptists 
of Bastern Oenada. Ihe oommem* 
oTftttve adttkm sHta rtsMx informa- 
tion as to Baptut history and work. 
World Baptists number 11,411.312. of 
mhom Canada has 143. ICM. Ruasla 
Ifl tTrrtiied »Hh 1000 000. and there 
are :) -Jll 000 in thr NstlonaJ Rap- 
liit Convention of the United Btalep 
i colored' MrMiWter Unlveniitv hii.« 
sent 1,700 graduates and id niminit 
from Toronto to Hamillon n'-if 
year, its promoters having obtained 
to ft nm within IITOMO ot « new 
building fund of ISOO.OM. 

A review of Peoiflc Coast B^tM 
work by Dr, J. J. Roaa. of Vanoou" 
ver. tcUs of the ptmieerlhg by Rev, 
wnilsim Came* m Vu-Iorla In lfl7fi, 
who organised a church of fifteen 
member", "nir British Columbia 
Bapti5t« were under the care of the 
American Baptists Ull when 
the present provincial convention 
wa,-; ornanlzed, whlrh now ha.^ fifty- 
one rhurche-s with s memberxhlp of 
8.000. .<itx of the chundMS betng oo 
Vanoouver laland. 

TALKS OP AKMT POVNDBB 

Amemr the many appredfttlons ol 
tbe Ufe aad work of Oeneral WU- 
UftTO Booth, the founder of the Sal- 
vation Anny, which are appeerlng 
duru« this oentenery yeer of his 
bMh. U ftn article In The Biltlab 
Weekly by Ocneral Edward J. Hlff* 
gins, the Army's new head 

TheoMphical Society 



A public lecture wlU tie given or, 
Monday evening at 8 o'clock in " 



VNTTUD CBfJBCB 

The Britlah Columbia 
of the United Chunh 
Which meets in yearly .M-selon on t room.'^ of the Victoria Inde[>'nf<ei,- 
May 15. In Wesley Churrh. Vancou- Tlieopiophwul Society, Jone.- .M 
ver. will reprc^nt 21:1 chaivc *nh inp. Port .'^ireet. by Mr. W Ft I'f-Mr 
544 preachuiK sfHtu-ni, a m* mbfr- nn 'Tlie Unlnue Character of H 1' 
Ship of njbOtf. and a consUtuency of , BUvatsky s Message ' An open du- 



nm famlllea. An tooream of forty- teomlan wlU fottnr tba laoMm. 




it 



Mother's Da/* 

COXT. QMs and 



T:» P.M. 

"What's the Matter With 
Our Modem World V 

(Tbe jMlutioo of i)ut I'roblemJ 
MVSIC 

City Temple Orebeshw aad Choir SaM«a 
*Wbei« ReUcioa 




New Thought Temple, inc. 

Sr.r(h pAfIt Street 

ETaljrn Davis, Leader 

U A.M.. -MadMr-e Day 11 KU., tmiday Mmol 

7rJ0 P M , "TU Coemfe Metliar." 
SoMfU: Mrs. ) R Kbaer aad Utss l^a Been 
Wednesdsy. B PU 

-THs aaciesT op a HAoancnc PBMONAurr- 

EMryk^y U'clcome rreewtO Oteries 



— 23.. 




WILL PREACH 




Fuewell Words of Christ 

to Re Rasis of Sf-rmon by 
IVv. K A. P.Chadwick 
lliis Evening 

C4£EiVD.4R DAY 

,AT ST. /0«A .Si 

TodBT. bring the Bundiy iftcr 

AM'i'n.'^ion. ih<* liM-eiuloo ol •Inui 
c'hn>t mil t>r the Uubm of Uu 
MrvicTB for the day at Si. Jobn'i. 

Thrrf will be Holy Oaemntnloo ■* 
t o'clock. Morninf Piftjnr at 11 
o'elodL ud Craoianc st 1:S0 o'clock 

Tho netor, tbew. r A. P. Chad- 
wkk. wlU proftflh st boib senrlew. 
spnUDg oo the rrsulL^ of the u- 
OHUdon In Ood'» plan tor man s re- 
detnptloo. and In Ihc rvmln* wlU 
bu« hi* Mmion on the words spoken 
by rhrifll mi Mourn <•! Ollvti 
Just i.rforr fl*- reccivpd up lnU> 
heav*-ij 

A .viK.ri iTgan recital will be run- 
dered by Mr. J. O. BuRWtl Juai ba- 
lore the evenbic seniot. 

The AmttcftB Voun* Peopl*" " BIblp 
OtaM WlU mael la the ituld nxxn at 
10 tfUodE, tba main Sunday Khooi 
■iWlHllim al 10:45 o'clock. 

POWER OF SPEECH 



BfMtaff TMe Or. 



• iihiiH and Fallen^ 
Man'^ la i.hrisiinn 
Science Diacourse 

All ():ur>h<-- .>nd MOleUee of 
ChrUt. .Siieniui, braocbe* of Ttu 
Mother oburati. The flnt Obnroh 
or Christ. Betentlst, m BoeUm. 
Maaft., wlU havr thP nublrrt of 
"Adam and Fbllc-n hUv. rut thru- 
leuon-Mnnon today, with the fol- 
lowutur aolden lent from Romana 
Ut, 8: ■"TTifv whlrh arr thr rhllrtrcn 
of the n., n ?ti?>'' nrr n-'t tlip ctiil- 
dren of uod. but the chUdren ol 
proflUM ai« «ounM lor ttt 

SQDday oMrnlng serrtoe* at Tint 
Church of Ohrttt. SdantUt, Vic- 
toria, are held at U o'doefc. Xve- 
nin« Bcrvloes ai« at T.-80 o^oloefc. 
Wetfneiday evenlDff afnrlcM. «hirh 
Include teaUmcnlN (tf twaling. »r« 
held at 8 o'clock A free reading 
room lor ihP pijbllc u nuitPlilBM 
in rhr Haywarii Building, 

WILL DEDICATE 

NEW ORGAN SOON 



St. Att aya mm 

to Glaar m La4 



Dr. A. F. Barton vUl eprak at. both 
wrvlr^ In th*- F»rn«{rB*4lvc Tliouiiht. 
■rrrii[)l»- 0"JS I'andora Avenue, today 
Hr- ^jK'ali at M o'clock on ■'Voii 
kiid V"in- roii;-- I m«ne«." in which 
wQl uuLllne Uic real New lliouRbt 
philcaophy. At 7:W o'dook he will 
Kpeak on "Hie Power and Purpose 
of the Spoken Word." Dr. Barton 
win Vive another of his popular 
health lecturaa in the Tample cm, 
Wedneaday. at 8 o'oloOk, wtilch will 
be Uliutrated with a new cdUkrt. Tbt 
HUbJert wUI be ' BuUdlDff % MllttOll- 
r»ni:A- circulation " 

REV. W. A. GUY ON 
LUTHER'S CATtCHiSM 

Oak Bay r<^pir invitrd U) Mother's 

IMU Ari«-riiuun SrrvU'*- at 



Mother' i Day h 
WkUhObmrvod 



\ ^ wUWto mm id to^f 
/\ ohui«ta Mtlfiea Mothefs 
Day nwithum to ba abiarvcd 
In a lai«B vimlNr of tbt knal 
churohaa bf apaoial •ermoni 
and appropriate muair. and In 
aeveral Inetanoefi b\ u nOly of 
the ywing life ol thr rongre- 
gatlon 

The wriiriilit '>i i io»ejn, 

trtn*P"rijiiioii of mothers to 
the aerv ice and the dedication 
at eUldraa wlU ^ addad to 
ttaa pnlplt'a exhortattdtt to 

honor motherhood. 

Whatovar be the arlgln of 
Mother^t Day. its Intcvration 
into modem church life i5 rm 
doubt due to \tj^ human op- 
peal, an B|ii>^nl ntiniulat^d 
and sanctified by Clixleilanlty. 



Burgess Bedtime Stories 

Mrs. Wood Duck Is a Busy Mother 

^ By THOftWTOW W. BUROE SS 



The minleter. Rev. W, A. Ouy wUl 
preach at boHfc HTflaM at Oak Bay 
Dnlted Ohmb tOdUP. Ttim moraine 
tople wffi bo lAthor'a OatiwhUm 
Qoaa Into the FoundaUon." and the 
Junior subject, "Fratmif ntn " In the 
evening will be a young people's 
.service, with ttM thmne "How One 
Noble Woman Oonaoamtad the 

Needle ■• 

SuikUiv n hofli atrvlce bf held 
A.-^ u£ual tn the wUn ad^iool and at 
:\n o'clock a Mdttiar'a Day .servtrr 

WlU be held, to which all members 
of the community are moat cor- 
dially tnvltad. Owing to the fact 
that the United Church conferenoe 
will be in session during the week, 
tlun WlU be no mldwrf^k mretlng 
fin Wfednasday. 



Tho AieenslDn of our Xiord was 
celebrated at 8t Alban s on Thurs- 
day, and the {pstlval will b« con- 
tinued tn iod>"> wornhjp Holy 
Communion -us ai 0 t/clock and 
Mamlns and Evening Prayer at 11 
»nd 7 o'ci'M'k. At the evening serv- 
ice Uir minister. Rev, J. W. Leigh- 
Ion. wtU preach on "Oolng to 
BiMmn M* Qrowlng to Baavon?" 

XSie minister and wardens wlah to 
ttMDk aU who have so ganrwuly 
oontdbwfd to the fund for tho new 
ttgaa tnttallad In the FWL Pay- 
raMit la OMSpleted and arrange 
masts are now In hand for dedica- 
tion of the instrument. The church 
rommlliae have now lo turn their 
attention to wiping off the debi cil 
$22Aonlhelol ndjolnlng the ctmrrh 
hall, where It Is intended to build a 
nfvi church wlMD iilrniiimf>iini i 
permit. 

Next Sunday briiig WhifiRmday. 
there wUl be two eelebraCioos of 

YWJHQ JOIN OLD 

Canlamilal to Have YMtad Melhaf s 
Dear i enrfaa P astor to Otoe 
Cafl to BfWM Ttow af Uto^ 

In keeping with the thought and 
spirit ol Mother''i r>ay. two riperlal 
servlce-i will be hold in OnVTitLlitl 
United Chiin-h Oitrnf* Rfwd t<wj;iv 
In thr moniinB Il*v S W P'-ai. wil! 
be in charge. T^ie memtierii of ihe 
.Sunday school will unite with the 
regular adult congregation for serr- 
lee at 11 o'oloA. The speefal pro- 
graame provi d ed for the day wUl 
be used when All win unttr tn the 
^ng*T*g and pupils of the sr-hool will 
give recitatloTui. Rev .James Hood, 
of Belmont Church, will five the 
addrfjw at thLs serxlce 

In lh<» ev(jilnK thr paj'.Ujr will be 
m rhame uid will speak on the 
subjrct '-The Brlihfe Bide or Life " 
This addrem te a caU to the people 
to get away from the old hard and 
dark theories of the past regarding 
Ood and His providence. The choir 
will be in Its place and will render 
a floe muelflal pragnunme in keeping 



''COSMC MOTHER" 

IS NEW THOUGHT 
T OPIC TONIGHT 

On Mother's Day. "liM Real 
Mother, the Ideal Wonan." wlU be 

the topic for the morning serrtee at 
the New Thought Temple, inc.. M3 
North Park street, In the evening. 
Mrs. Evalyn DavU will t4lk upon 
•Thr Cosmic Mother— Who Is She. 
and What Has She Arxompllshed 
for the World')" Special music wlU 
be rendered bv Mrs. J. B. BlUtV ADd 
Miss Una Bevan 

On Wednesday evening Mra. Davis 
win give one of her special lectures 
dB "tSm Secret of a Mifnettc Per 
•omlttgr.** What U peneoal msK 
aetlm, and la It a good thing to de- 
v^opf— are eome of the questions 
thnt Mr-c Pavl.. will dlsouas. 

COMBINE ASCENSION 
AND MOiHLK S DAYS 
AT GRACE LUTHERAN 

Mother's Day will be observed at 
ihe oraoe Lutheran GhunAi this 
morning at the 11 oUoefc lemce. 

am. win preach on the subject 
"Twloe Blestied." There will be a 
qjeclal solo rendered by Mr. F. F. 
Ivings. 'nie subject tor the evening 
service at 7:S0 o'clock wUl be "The 
A.w^^n^ion of Our I^trd." 

ASCENSION DAY 

AT SAINT MARK'S 

Mikrttrr Nommn ( larlir. ( ^thrdral 
Sololn. Will ' uie at Service* 
of Clover dale t'burcb 



1 ' !'.ii!ih wan A queer alght that 
PcM-r lubbit saw When be got 
heeae to Uie dear old Brtar-patob 
he told Mn>. peter that It was the 
queerest sight he bad ever seen or 
ever eitpected to see. Probably 
will say the same thing the next 
queer sight be sees. But It was 
queer, there's no denyinK rhn' 

Peter was In his favur i'<'> 
der a certiiln little l,.ii,hN,. 
where he ua* quite i.iJii'M' t..n.-«'if 
but riiuld wtttch th»* hu;iii- of Uie 
Wood IHitltr. IhLs Wkw-, as yo« 
know, a hole high up in a dead tree. 
Peter at tlm- time waa baU aalaep. 
It waa earlr tn the morning and 
Peater had been up and about most 
of the night Be awoke folly, how- 
ever, when he saw Mrs. Wood Duck 
poke her head out of that bole and 
look sharp'.' *htn way and that 
Then her hrud wua withdrawn. 
Prter had Ju>t lilnrletl to yawn when 
that head reappeared, and this time 
therr wa,s oomrthlnc in *hr bill. 

'"(jruriou-: fxiliinicd i'<'t<-r under 
hi.', brrsth. and las eyes were very 
wide open indeed. What do you 
think was in that blUt A Duokllnffl 
Yes, sir. Mn. Wood Dudt waa hold- 
ing one of her babies in iier bill 
In a twinkling she waa out of that 
hole and away she shot iMght ott 
toward Uie pond of Paddy the Bea- 
ver. "Oraclousl " exclaimed mrr 
again Did I see that or did I 
dream it? I wonder tl Iben tftke 

;ir)' more thai way " 

; .-r d;dn l wonder very long. In 
a fturprisiDgly short time Mrs. Wood 
Duck was back and had dlMHpedfid 
tn that hole way up m tlw dtod 
tree. She was worfclnc feet was 
Mn. Wood Doek. fbr It aecned to 
Peter that hardly had her taU dU- 
sppeared In that hole when her 
head appeared coming out and in 
her bill was another Duckling. 
Away she whirred on stout wings 
and again disappeared tn the direc- 
tion of the pond of Paddy the Bea- 
ver 

"Oh dear," exclaimed Pete r^ 
wish there were two c( iQe. 1 meagi; 
I wish I could be in two plaoee at 
the same time. I wlib I oould be 
here and there. But tf I'm here I 
cant be there and If I'm there I 
cant be here, if i could run as 
fast as Mrs. Wood Duck can ny. i 
might be able to do it i want lo 
«ee her take all of those babiK out 

of that bote, but I want to set^ her 
hide them all at the pond of Paddy 
if i;(-,tver and I can't do it Oh 
i-nr 1 wish I were two Initead of 

peirr was quite undecided whether 



or . * I -lu-.rr 

Memerlal "nieatrc a; -lu-arii^iu on- 
Avon liave decided to hold ihe lay- 



ins the corner ttlooe fet the ftSt 

wt-4-k ui July, ahich 
rijinmencemenl of the Summer Fto- 
uvai An enlhe day wlQ be devotad 

I lo the ceremony 



^ Bn g t a n d, TeeMtiy c<kfcated we 
104th birthday at PHsrai^k. MWe 
he baa Ured for yean tcMM *t tM> 
daughtor, now el«htr. 




Five Points of Advantage 



A service of Holy Odmmonlon will 
be held at St. Mark's Church. 
Ctoverdale. today at 8 o'clock : 
MntlM and aemofi at 11, and Even- 
song at 7 o'clock. Today being the 
Sunday a(t<'r Ascension. Rev. O. L, 
Jull thr v-icar. will take fur hl£ 
Lhemr lit l>ath service* "ITie Ascen- 
.^lon nf Our Lord- " Mast,rr Norman 
Clarke the {successful boy soloist of 
the Cathedral chtf, vtU ring at 
both services. 



Beeatiae government ealartoi In 

Bolivia continue to be in arreata. 
It Is hurting btisloess and many 
mrrrhante have had to reduoe the 
number of dgrfB Or e«fe ealUUi. 



EwcnthcCcllarf 



COfJ Xn-^ nt\>\ riitfu hnvr n}>.3i7i 
pal a waahuig ■'^^ to tka 
Cmffd, partkiiilBriy, bgire bm 
hns!>rnr. The oenal prornln 
hoa been to waah ooff • of ahirU by 
hamd before pvttlBg tham te the 



Wow an cMi b dngcid. CdDbn 

nnd rxiff * no Innffrr prcMnt a 
lem wbea The CoffieM QjMmr 
VMharldflNd. Tkmfwm 

line Inowa — witWat 



How ia thia doM? TW Col&r.ld haa a 
pnt^nftrd ij^yral water artiim. TW fKyr*- 
l«»r, Hith offaet wiiifc*- "winicn ic^ftnii-fro 
in the bowl-ahaprd betteva of tbe tab. A 
wnabing action ia lhaa aMAad. Water awtrla aoC 
ogily backwarda and farwanUt bat ia forcMl np 
at the Mea and dowa at the eeotre. Hiie vvry 
tnrbDlenf actSan fareea hat lada tfaroai^ and 
throaidi rTfry mrafa of Ihe 
them abaol«te»7 (X£AN. No other waAv hi 
the world aeconapliahea the same maa]t« 



British Golvakia fimtm Umlmy Ooapaiy 

1015 UngUf Btiaat Phona 123 



Awu afci wairr*4 •tval win** 



to remain where hr wh-. or u, br 
satlBllcd with wh.iL )ip hud f-tvu 
there and go over tu the pond and 
■ee when Un, Wood Dock was leav. 
ing her bablea. Re waa jtlU think- 
ing about It, eUll undertdert. when 
again Mm Wood Dnefc took a baby 
in her bill knd flew awav i' 

"If ! go over there 1 iti.i i"^ 
sblf to find them. thciiRli' i'r't-r 
"and I 1. ini.%5 out both WAy% 1 ti^r^^-' 
111 eliiy ri-;tit. here and se*- her carry 
the lust onr Then 111 (to over 
there to Paddy s pond. I 'll probably 
hale more fiance of finding them." 

This wae very sensible of Peter. 
He tried to ka&p ootuit ae UTi. Wood 
Duck eame and went, but It wasn't 
long before he was all mixed up. 
"I wont know when ahe gets the last 
one," aald he forlomly. "Hello I She 
lant Caking this one In her bllL It 
must be she isn't talcing any this 
time. I wonder if it can be that 
she has taken them all over to the 
water and baa fwtt 90m back to 
make sure." 

Mrs. Wood Dndt left the trr^ ^ n h 
her usual awlft flight And Lheu 
Peter aaw eonetbliig that made litm 
irejoioe tbat be ^4. ata yed gtf rt 

peeping out of the bole Mra. Wood 
Diiok bad Just left. A few moment.* 
later Mrt. Wood Duck wti.- baik 
This time she didn't enter the hole, 
but climg to the edge of it, and that 
Duckling scrambled right up on her 
bark. And away she went! \nd 
Peter knew then that she must liave 
carried one In the «a8M Wigr OB her 
previouj: uip, foT he had aata none 

Id her bill 
(Copyright, 1039. T. W. Bargees) 

The next stevy: "A Bappy FunUy." 





CHRONICLES TELL 
OFEUHUPLIiUlLD 

Old Tiinr M.''rir-> Rmont Ext*«me. 
Low Tempfr4^ture SaBerad In 



Prison Chaplain (to prisoner 
about to be dleclal«ad)— Now, my 
man. try to remtaihar what I said 
In my sermqn leg* evndaf, and 
tnake up your adad aaver to return 
to this pteee. 

Priaooer (deeply moved)— Gov*- 
nor, no man who evar 'eird |i«tt 
preach wovU want to ooaa 
"ereagalB. 



The EDCWOOO Shin^e a uxmn 

BWgwgrWin onv ^w^^^wy ■■■■ 

warp, cup or cwi, hat Vie paieetty 
Hat !o Ou- thealfnng for fijfy yean, 
or more, mhtn laid ii>ilh rustproof 
naiU. Do not confine EJgtfOod 
Shingle* miOi ordmary ftai-grmn 
lAing/es, o/se made of rtd adar. 
They. UJ'iU 1»arp* cut and curl and 
thould oniy he tued on temporary 



Edgwood Shingle 
Roofs and Sidewalls 

Wlien you buUd a bonie, you want the best value 
for your money* Smart modern beauty, of course, 
cotiifort which makes home welcome on coldeet 
Winter aveBiagt and a cool ratraat when tha mar- 
cunr ftirts with 90. A hama wfaieh kaepg iti Mat, 
trim appearance for yeare without repairs, wideh 
will command a good price twen^ years fron now. 

Specify BDOWOOD Rad Cedar Shinsles for roofs 
and sidewalls. Thay give you these ftvs major 
advantagea. Appearanca, dttrability, lasulation, 
aconoay, safaty ftaoi firs. 

BDQWOODS are aspaciany snitad for completely 
ramodeting old homes or for rarooAng. They tnay 
be laid directly ov%r the old roof, fbrdng old cupped 
and curled shingles back into place, -iiving labor 
costs of removing old shingles and giving; double 
insulation. A roof which wUl last for fifty years or 
mor& Ask Lamoo, .Qgnnmwi Jof # iree awtimate 
af coat* 



While Burope has leeeatly been 
sulfering In the grip of Winter cold 
that in extent and severity exreed- 
ed anything the oldest inhaWUnlA 
remember, there ar* old account*! 
of bltasards and icr on the cnn- 
ttnent which ipmt have rtimed 
sufTerlnp much grera'rr than thnt 
described in recent dlspatciiea. In 
present cold spells an airplane sela 
out with relief (wppllei; a motor 
truck Uaaes s traU acroas the lee; 
a steamer breaka Its way through 
froaen wslert. But there was ArcUc 
cold m temperate Europe before the 
daj-a of airplanes, motor trucks and 
ice-breaklog vessels driven by steam. 

It wnnid be Impossible, of course. 
to obtain a reluiblc European weath- 
er record renriilng back nitean cen- 
tiirie.s. bui the historian Ohaatbers 
[jreservcs for us an aoOOtint Of COld 

Winters on the Conttasat whieh he 
took from a periodical net named. 
y^eoiMUnc to thla chronicle. In 401 
the Bla^ 8ea was said to have 

been completely fnwen over, and In 
the River Danube, in 1*3 the 
cold was wild to be so \n:rr.'>f that 
the Dardanelie,-; were tn /^n .uid 
-■HA'-A Th'- RIr- k sea. 'ihc miow in 
pim drifted to a depth of 
1,1 IV feet "and the loe was heaped 
In such quantlUes on the titles as 
to cauae the walls to fall dowa" 

TALES OF EXTBEME COLD 
In 860. the account relnles, the 
Adriatic was "entirely fnMen riv<T 
In 881 and HOT the vlnr-- wrr*> killed 
and cattle died In ih-^ir .--UiU.-- In 
991 "the Winter laalpd very long 
and was extremely severe. Bvery- 
thing was froaen over and famine 
knd pesttMMe eloeed the year." 
And in lost "the cold waa so intense 
that most of tbs ttaaslens to Oer- 
many were ireaee to deaita sa tbs 
roads." 

la IISS it was so cold in Italy that 
tlw Po was froaen fmm Cremona 
lo the sea. and heaps of isnow ren- 
dered the roads lmpa«nble. Wine 
( Hjuks burst and treea were spilt by 
froet with an Immense noise." It 
ta reUled than In ltS4 a pine forest 
near Ravenna wsa klBed by froat 
In 13SB there was totense cold In 
ScoUaad. and la tliat asme year the 
Cattecst was fraaan between Nor- 
way and Jutland. 

NO THCRMOMETBBS 
It will be observed, of ooune, that 
this account co nt a i n s no refsrenoe 
to degreca Pshrenhelt fw the very 
good reaaon tbsA PSbfenaalt had 
not yet tn vented hie thgrraometer 
But even after therm ometen were 
in use they were not always eflec- 
tlve lnslrument-5 for rerordlng the 
rxtrrme cold in Fiiropc In the 
Winter of ]lM8-*fl p.ibllr Jmimals 
recanted the fre'-^mn of the mercury 
in thermometers at Aggcrshuus, In 
Sweden, ohambess cxplalu that as 
mercury treeHB at N degreea below 
Kcro the feanparatare nHHt have 
been at leeat ee tow ee that and was 
perhaps even lower. 

Bringing in a record of his own 
day. Chambers tells of the cold 
Bngllsh Chnstmas of I MO R. J. 
Ixiwe. the celebrated meteorologlflt, 
writing on De<«mber 25 tA The 
iLondon) Times, from his observa* 
torr at Beeston, near Nottingham." 
nk) "This morning ii»e tempera- 
ture at four feet above the ground 
was S below aero, and on the grase 
It J balBa saa. or toJ dipsss of 
fraef* 



Hie deer old country lady was 
dbrtnassd to find that some of the 
younger maids negleotod their 
church attendance, and emsutied 

her housekeeper about It "TTiey 
otiifht t^ go." she said. "Yea. ma'am. 

thuiii *tist I tell them," rephed the 
faithful rrl.alrirr "I juiys !f> rm, 
'I go to church,' I says, 'an' what 



tomo 



, Gonnason i; 

MdsterCrdftsmei^ ^ 
of WoodvforUr 



"fetephonaa 



/to - 71 




VICTORIA. ••O. 



WUUam Jebneen, a powder man- 
key when the last shoU were fired 
In the Crimean War. and a wltnaai 

of the burt hanging for naval insub- 
ordination, died recently at Wey- 

DMMlh. toigiaort. aged eighty -flvc: 



Use Rockgas 





And on Easy 

Terms. Too 

I.el u> tell vrm lirtw ea?y 
il to have thi». (sie. 
econoniical a rid nmi 
poit-onoii^ niiiiral R4s 
inilalled in y<>ur own 
home. It wul interest 
you. 



So simple! So convenientl Merely turn on the 

jet and at once you have intense heal just where 
you want it and absolutely clean. It does not 
matter where you live, "Rockgas" is delivered 
to your home in steel containers. Many users 
have proved it the most economical and efficient 
fuel obtainable. 




Vancouver island 





565 Yates St. 



Phone SS34 



22 



THE DAILY COT.OKTST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUKDAY, MAY 12. 1929 



Marine and Transportation 



INDIES BANANAS 

FWiii mum 



Mi 



•tad ttm or bMaM im mM 
TeMardaj afUraoon by awtton od 

Ptor 14. The» wfir- left of tt» 

CUfO of 60.000 ht. n.^ brnugliklApflrt 

froia Jamaica by Un- i-ady Sacurn. 
or tbe Cana^uii NuUi'nal BtMm- 
Rhii>5.. the nr^^ :jiijinK>i,i of bananaa 
'.1 r-'in Fi caiiiiciii. hiidfr Lbe Canada- 
Wrr.i. iDdies a^mmenu Except for 
a ffw staaM prwlonaly aold by aoo- 
tton. tbe remalndBr of tbe MfiOO 
fttwDJi were ab^ped to potntji in 
Quebec, Ontario, Wettem Canaau 
and MmTitimn by the Canada-West 
Indies Pnilt Cooipany. In charge of 
rrrpt\'ine and handling the carso. 

Mitktrui Lhr first voyage southward 
fium Mnntrral to Kingston. Jamaica. 
(Ill thr V/rsiem ifMle ot the Cana- 
duiii H'<-(unAJiip8 new Canada-West 
i:\<W:^ (-rvu->>. the Lady Somen 
fcttUcd Irom Pier 14 at nooo SatunlV' 
mm L«dy aomen, ivtaleb ■ntMd 
durte^ tb» flwt part ot Om wttk 

OJJhF ISLAMM 8BBV1CK 



wltb paaaengers an'l c^rgo from 
Jamaica, Bahaniu.-. ^iikI Hirii.;i<!. 
Irr-kidin: u Lin-'' ■ h'.i^tii.nt 

tioulh a Kcncnii curgo or Canadian 

produela (or tbeee tbree polnti. A 
zuimbar ot Oanartlam mUed South 
bt ttWM 



PRINCESS NORAH 
VISITS NANAIMO 
FOR FIRST TIML 



roiiPiPD nmm 

IN AM DP MIHTH 

fM nNW to M M Owim 

VMUaV^MMttBai 
WeiMNr 



CORDOVA. Alaska. May 11.— The 

fiily ;>lanp Curdava ha:, pvfr ficen 
poared al'il* ve^H-rday lor tlip first 



LOCAL PUPILS 
J! N PRIZES 
IN CONIESl 

■ t 

Dnucflia OTMU and Bethel 

Darcus Are First ami Sec- 
ond in Home Ga» Coatesl 
for Province 



NANAOIO. May 11.— The Prizwess nrtL'CT'KJ'r I'rwr-kikic 

N-.rnh. the new CPJV ahlp for the »""lal weddii,^ in Ala.ska luid Mis«, f/tf,>r,.> I -I / 
Wr^! coaat. paid her Initial *.-lslt to Henrietu Hru*n, nr ['hiliidplphla,! 
Na.Jirt.niu at 4 oi lm'k 'hi.s niornmg, and Hoa-ard W Hvwari, Corvlova,* 
when she arrived to Lake «l coal i)hotogruphcr, wrrt- inaj-ncd aLw^ivc' 



Permanml Home 
On Reserve for 
Sea Coid^ Corps 



U ij- 'i'-r endeavor of U:c t-jtecuLivt 

■ : -ILll.." ■■f •."i'.i", I-.'JUil-- IttTr- 

' ■ |ir <'. .1- 1 ') 1,1''- ;>'Tma.in-m 
ti'iar'trs ' ir ' -' .-ci CadeLs. and 
ui'ii ih..-. -'r.)" II view ft 4Vt** 
fuiidtt has t>ceu kUkrtSd. 

tt»,MA otftaMtf ttw 

vr^.^SMn A M «B tbb 



STORES OKOHNIZE T-stewart 

IfllflWERI'lUttS WILLIAMS CO 



T ma 



.McCloy&Co. 



Kl*-»rii ln-Arirt s<orr> Will Kny In 
Balk ta tt«U at Lower i*rftoe 



TO OCCUR TUESDAY 



tat the WMt OoMt 



MANY FREiGHTEBS 
VISIT CHE MASNUS 

OKBaCAHfOSt BUy U^Ttoe Jap- 
aneM ship Hafcntefwi Mani eu» to 



monilav to take on fltrrtad nve «tt 



thlft tuwii pijvt and second pliaM In the 

Even the marriage Uceace wa.<i tioiiir Msaiiy Contest — open to 

iMMd to the couple kqr United States school '-hiMrrn .<[ the mtlre pror- 
Oommlaetoner S. P- Harwood after, mc^—tiavc b«n won by Victoria 
the plane left the waya. 

Clayton Scott, who Uawl tbe air 
InU OTBT the Otttf of Abtfta n* 
oently. pUoted the «mft. irbleta 



The steamer Uaad P ilu ae ai 
leavae tat tlw Onlf Xdanda at 7:46 
ajB. en Mondaya and t aA. on 
Thnndaya. The blaDd PrinoeBs 
leavM Vloterln for the Otilf Iilandi 
at • ajn. oo Wednesdays and Satur- 
daya. Mtvotos t*"" day The 
ftteamer PrlncesR Royal leaves Vic- 
toria for Vanrouv«" via tlr- Oulf 
Islands at U a. r r, Tm*- 



Cunard 



T« yi»w—Mi-«atf L—Sw 

AuKtnl* Uarat. J Ha* IS. July M. Aas 21 

AM-Kntk May II. July ». Aas- 3 

A:*<iniB iao* 14. Joly la, AaS- • 

A^rani* JBU 11. July U. Att*. II 

raoM Nvw Tou 

T* nrMMtk-Ham-Laaaw 

caronift Ukv 14 OartnUila ICarll 

Ta a«ra**t«wli Mid li'i M l M l 
ItlMS**" ■ -Mar 39 Prancootk. . Jtma 1 
T* CbOTbMrr sni SavtkMvtMt 

Maiir*t«nlK Uar 33. Jnna t). Ju)t 34 

Aqnltanla May I*. June IS. JoIt T 

BcrMcsrIa Jyai l. 3*. July it. Aus 7 

raoii aorroM 

Aiehor Line 

wwovi N«w Toaa 

Tn liaAtaoSvrrr and (il«M«« 

Aichor-DooaidsoB 

noM noimnuL 

T« BMaA-UM**Ml*atain« 
Aaunla.. May 14. JuoiSl, Jaty IS. Am«. IS 
Aihaila. ,llav II. toe Jl. Jute » Aoa. SI 
AadBalB....JeBsT. Miy »» A«e^ Aua. *• 
Lsittla ....nasu. Mltii. Aas- t 

Uan»T Ordn k Drafu and Travf U«ri' 
r'hi'qurB at \nmr»i ntM Pull Irltirmailoti 

' ■ -•- - ■ ' ' . r ■ . , - I'rwrpBii T ' Of f i.f.. 

■■■■ iTff. H r 



The Puritan an TB^ilHin ihlp, wai 
In nn Thursday for lombir. leaving 
In the Mfning for Cronoo, Where 

she will load tin. 



The tugi CM. Na 1 and RPJC 
In towarda the end of the 
vaek, as was the caaada, with the 
Batgy Roaa fdar oat later wUh tbe 
DramwaU. 



_ Th e Projective brought a boom 

from Onifto o. T he Klngfl.ther and vcloptng family casc work 
BLaUe took booms to the Amerlfan ' thp various relief or^-' 



etde and the Martha Fou also left 
vtth a boom tor B w W a. 

RUMANIA MARKS 
HER RE-BIR THDAY 

BtrCHAREBT, May 11. — Whsn 
daylight broke yesterday; Ofaater 
Rtunanla's btfgeit gnna thUHlend 
1 twen^-onfripin salute aonoonebic 



Montreal Visitor 

Speaka at Luncheon 

Aa guost of honor at a hmnhenn 
organlaed by the Vtetorta Soetal 
Scrrloe iMgue. Mr. J. Howard T. 
Falfc. dtaaetor of the Montreal 
Cwmdl of Social Agendas, gave an 
iBstnictlve talk on the subjert of 
"Indiscriminate Charity " In hLs 
address he urged thr nerd of dc- 

1 hrouph 



vnth anniveraary of the birth 
■i-.r of the stujugesl and most 

j)rtMuisin« of tbe post-war natlonjs 
In Boutheiuttem Elurope. 

The (talute Inaiiirurated ten dayji 
fi( festivttJt'.s by Rumanian-'^ tor th'* 
amalfirainatlon under one kingdom 
in I9id of I7.ooo.ooo Transsylvanians 
Bes,sa.rabtan.i, Burovlnluns. Baxons. 
BanUiin.'. and niimanlans 

Queen Mane, mother of the new 
atale. stood In the roflewlng stand. 
By her side waa her iraodnn, tbe 
boy KInt Mliiiaal. son of tho tgOBd 
foanar Onam mnce Oar^ 



Lack of co-ordination bt-' AiH ii ■. tif 
charitable soclrtleR was rf,si>oii.<,ible 
for much of the ineffectlvpaea.-i of 
sodaJ work A central bureau, act- 
ing as a clearing house, was a great 
advantace^ helptoff to iiimaiii mi the 
fondle The vabw of the eocoisuBlky 
chest for ralslBg funds for benevo- 
lent purpoees waa also sbosaed. 
Montreal's experience with the oom- 
monlty chest was cited to demon- 
steate the advantage of this method 
of raising fonde as eompar«d with 
the old syst*m of competition be- 
'wrrn varlouA F.(KleUea. At their 
lirsl drive m 1922 Montreal'.s com- 
munity chml netted MOBOOO. this 
exceeding ihrlr goal by (66.000. and 
last year'ii objecUve of $600,000 bad 
been exceeded by tSO,000. BrltUh 
Columbia^ organlaed and private 
cfaarlttee. tncHidhig lbe mothers:' 
pefwioa and old age peadon. pro- 
vide over |3j00IM)00. Osntrallaed 
eootnl vaa needed for the dtetrlbu- 
tlon ot mtOx a fund. 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Wt—a Von Oo Tm 

SAN FRANCISCO 

-r',. HOTEL 

STEWART 

Ob 0«acT tttM^ lost «ff VUsa 

(PTTiira. doM M IM ItOCM. tutm, 
autru. 0«od ■CO— bSiw—i aS 
(iic>'i*rtw tataa. BsM kaovs aaals 
in~u,.it«d Stataa. Br«akfa«S 50a. 
I" T'<: Lanak ss« (Oaadart 
DUwarll (Saadars tt-SK). 
M- 1 ip»l ear paaiM Saw. Suvart 
K • TnoiU tralnj rtoanars. 
A rf-xhln tn maka r«a«rmtoB« In 
»d*»Bc« of anlTsL 



I Change oCTime 



Effective Sunday 
May 12th 

Victwiato VaaeonTcr 

The Afternoon Boat Will 
Lmv« at 1:45 P.M. 

Caoadiu P^dTic 



Vesael MovemeniM 

eurtU, Mar 11— Arrind: J o nu- 
waawia. OrtWbl. horn AnaaUa; c^nckci. 
aan rraaclHo: PrMMut CImlaiut. Ala- 
basM Hays. Tokobana Man. La ToMtae. 
nnma AInaadar. Ttaooia. BalM Raak 
M Biick. t,M AnsfflMl WAltirr Uukr'iihK/'h 

lUn rralii.l.v-O. BOBia Al«ra»ild'i V>-t r J 

c«il(lop«ak Anaeartat. Diamond < vn-.,-t; i , 
Taaaa, Aluka. Oiioo. ParUand; Airull*D. 
Tacoma. 

BAH niAHOiaCO. KaT II - ArrlvMl 
MaaiaL AbiUalDl. Blchfl'lJ inm nt btrwe 
Rlooeo !*•■ I. Saa Pvdra. 8*:.'>l Point 
nnalD, rattlaod; ColaMfclaa. BMtooi AS- 
nlral twin, aaa Mtat MmbMb. Aa»- 
wvrvi Alvarado. Baadm. indlaaa, Vaa- 
canvT. Peru. OaasdUn rartnff. VueN- 
vpr. H P AlMandcr. Kfatil'- Owlarvita. 
San PrAro. lilchUan. rnrllaikri 

fi:m-n.Aiin. Mar r. Atri»*«i 
! icine Trader. Ulawo^' vi» runn 8nund. 
Kiiu-li. BrtUniham finllrt] Pet«r Km. 
phUftdclptUa Wi,<>inp!.i Ffoftb of HaUvraa 
vift BriiiHik C-olumtiik. Adrairsl Panasat. 
Ran Dmo. WUnUMMc. Loa Aaaclaa; Paul 
t^ekanbavb. Baalaa via Poaat Bound: Ha 
Mprvbaak. oapttovn via Puact Botiadt 
Tivrrton 8&n Ptanrlivn BfMnadooo Mara, 
Hr.ancha'. rr.'on. I.os Aninltis; WUlaMBtl*. 
G»n rranriH-o. Kok Imat j. Japan. 

I AOiMA, Mar U Arrival AI"UiUn 
f\fwtr:-i Hmmd. Hamhiira. Dri(olb» VCr. 
itn:i<ttr. Ban Pranelaco, pTOrtdcncia. &«!H* 
Ro««l"'. Mniro BaUmI Etnma Alirc- 
uc)<T vnkolmnia Maru. Tokto. Pr«Mdint 
CTI^vHiinrl, BraiUr AtmiUan. S<^attlp 

saiu:d 

MA.vn.A. Mar > - Onldrn Mind. Ban 
Franriwo, TfodatfUK Vanco^iv^r 

OAAKA, H»r fi fl«Ialio Uaru. 8«*tU* 
LOKOON. May 10.— PaeiAc RaltanM, Baa 
'->«nolsaai Uav lU aiaalosMa Oeart* 
. anroartr. 

PVTiWlCT. N8W, ttty 1! TahlU. a«n 



invr Tomc uav IL-OL MlhlSl. aaa 
ytaaoiiMi Bwaaf i sae. aaatUt. 

RAIIJCO 

PANAMA CANAU Mar 10 -- Pannd. 
bound awt: Z. H. Ubby, Nav Tocfc for 
aaa mtk wuitaM fir asQ Mm oak- 
awr. fsr Ban Mm: Astral. (W Oan 
PraaeiM) mauiissaiSiiiiL Mr aaa vraa- 
ciKOi ttraailadi iar 8Hk Mrv- 



CM.S. ifomaim 

— Dsa 



Du* frooi Mfloi- 



CANADIAN 
llalllax. Janv 14~ 

CANADIAN 
rfii, JulT 3!. 

lan s. ia.s KtioKsrn 

jrmi. J'4Iit -i 

CANADIAN RAffaBK— Ou* Ir«ai HSOt- 
tMl. Mat IS, 

OANADIAH nUWatnoa — DBS tran 
Uonir'al, Aiumat IL 

CANADIAN OOABnft-At Tk«tHIII. 

CANADIAN PABlOm — Dm trim Baa 
Pr^ro. »**T IS 

CANADIAN 
Pedro. May t. 

GAMADIAM BOVBI — BBlM ftr 
Pwlra. Mar 1. 



CANADIAN PAriFlC SirWMEB 
TBAIN »rnEDirLES 

TO Montreal direct, "TliE IM- 
tmOAW* 8 P<n. dally. 

Tbe "TORONTO XZFREBB,** B 
ajn. dally. maUnf oonnactlon to 
Montreal- 

BfTecUveMay 13. "TRANB-CAN- 
ADA LIMTTKD H:30 pm. dally, all 
aleeplng-rar train, between Van- 
couver. Toronto, Montreal 

ThmuKh trams t/i Chtrftjto, ef- 
l»Tt|v*. Junr 14; 'THE MOUNTAIN- 
EER. ' 7 pjn. dally. aU Bleeplnx-caj 
train. 

■ffedAve July 1. '«00-PAOxno 
BXPRBBa." 8:00 pjn. dally, stand- 
ard equipment. 

Bummer excumlon fares In effect 
May 33 to September 30: flnal -re- 
turn limit, October 31. 1B». 



■HIPPIMQ CALBCIMUl 
to BMin ra 
pAoiFio *aaMDawf — avi 

Maf n. 

lALTBTBItFa — Ftbm Orient. Mav lA 
PAMTUBHIA— Prom Knaland. Uar it 
EMPRASa OP ROBBIA — Prom Urtant. 
Uar 1« 

TOYAMA MAJtr -Prom OrHini. u>? !• 
FfiaalUKNT PIERCS — Pfoai orleni. 

ACiHANOI— rrotn AnUpodaa. May )A 

raoxno HKraapaiaa— ft« 
Map ll> 

sjOBOKa iBur o onsai. 



or 



— 9m OHnL 



■HPR! 
Mar ■ 

AtABAMA UARa— Psr Orlvnt, Ua* IB. 
PROTVIII.ACS Pni OrtfDL Uav 1*. 
TOKOHAMA MABU— Pot Oriini. Hay tS 
PUBIDXirr OLBVaUUtD - ror orlaai. 
May IS 

AJIABIA MAAtT-Pot OrtaaL Hay IL 



Coa.sial Sailings 
Out of B.C. Ports 



CWr ZEALAND 



POB VANcotnm 
o P.ft. slUMW Issfaa daSr al l.U p m. 
c.rJL Mtaur tosvM daily at ll:u a.m. 

PBOH TANrotnraa 

OPR. Ktrmm^ arrl*^* daily at I M a m. 
C P R *tcam«t arrlvr* limUr at 1 a Dt. 

POB SEAmjl 
Itoaooia lM*«a dally at IS ll a oi- 
O.PJL alassiW Uam dalls al «.-SS %m. 




rha 

ilrvt* aall f 

\ lemrta. B C 

aaraati mjm T< 



aall Iron Taa«M«««. BO. and 



>) Mar IS. Aa«. fl 



mow MorrnuEAA 

r« C«Ab-l'a*rb«art »«vlbamyt««-Aalvrr« 

•HBt SI Mataaana 

JBBS S Mnntclar* 

•Nai '"ll-ne a^^aWi 

IINISBia*Chr>rh«a(( 



KtBs 8 .■**.■.*'.' 

T« OaWaM- IJ »mrwm«t -Olaaryw 



Ini'-i.'-i" "( Hirrimond 

Dachaaa of Tort 

PSlhlM «< BMford 

, Mania 



M>r 34 
Mar II 
JlBSV ■ 

Mas U 

rtnt i Mtoaadoaa 

ntoH o u saa t i 

Ta ClwriNMTa-S««tkaaa»*aB 
Ua. }t Saasnaa aC Aoaualla 

e;r.:;::::::::;:.:'^-'Sa2SS 

J. I lORHTra 
CLpJL sialiaa. Vawaavar 

k ». caaswui 



HSkat* rUJai Mas) iaU S« 

ro iar*«. mic. apply w aU RaUvay and 

I iritm>n<p A«rnia. at 
I uiUAiaaiaa Uaa. SM 



la tba Oaaadlaa< 



VKtOM tTBAlUHIM. LTD. 

To All B.C Coast Points 
Prlaca Rupert, Sicwart, Anpoa, 
Etc New StcsOicra 

CKO MrGPF.OOR. Aj^ni 

1 Hrliii. :ii B'.)g I'dune 192$ 



MltX BAY FERRY 



T 10 am. 



• 11 a la. \ 

11 II a ia 1 

1 3t a.m. j 

■ ;lt ym. I 

SilB p.m. / 



MUI Bar 

• 19 a m 



PaO* 
IncJudUm 
^Dday 



{!• 10 an 
4M am. 
I4S M. 



SS. MOEODYK 



obbMsbim sis 
auu •( t«aMB I 

AOAM p. 
Sta Cain BHi, 



O.P.R. alaaner «rrl««>f dallr al l U p.m. 

I i a m aia am*** daitr at b ■ m. 
WB8T COAHT BOL'TB 

BO Ooaat BarfKa Pram Viataria ta 
Port Ailea aad aO Waal Caaai parta. 
laaTkns TIcMrla m IM. llth aad SUt of 

Bsntk. 

NAMUMO-TAIfOOtPm 

PTinrrn BlaJn* kava« Nan aim f> at 7 
and 3 i> la«*«« Vaocmivac at 19 am 
and t 10 n m dally, rterpt Buodar Svtn 
RundaT l«a*«s VaanruTrr 10 an. Imtcb 
NanaJmn A a m. 

vKToatA-roaT amosua 

Aats aad gaiaatmar terrr Iroquola aaOa 
dally for Pari Ancalaa at lil:i» a.m. Laavai 
Port Aaaain al T:M a.aL 

pbinob aopsaT aotm 

OnMn BlaaaUtalaa Kyary Tburadar at 
1pm, aad anrr Prlday at s p m . from 
Tancavvar fW Alan Bay. Port Hardr. 
Prioca Rapari. aM. 

Caaadtaa Wa H a n a l Blaamahipt on mw 
dayi aad TbanBan at I pm fraa vaa- 
eaavtr. 

OUBBM CMABUma ntAMnB noOTK 

Caaadtan Ratlaaat Atramahlpt. P«rt> 
nianiiT tiom Vanew^T 

POaiUNO CANAL BOtlTS 

oBaenvATOMT muiT aocm 

canadiaa Watlsaal StaauBtN On Maa- 
dar* and Ttiaradaya at I p at (ram Vaa- 
rourar. tm Pyta«a Kupert. Btawarl, sarai- 
pwtll Btm and O ea aa PaUa. 

vsjiooPTaB o w is i t rALK-naaw 



students, it was announced 
day by Home Oil Olstrlbuton^ 
limited 

Pint prize of $350 was wen by 
Dniadlla O'NelU. a pupa of St. 
Ann's Academy, and aeocnd pataa of 
8100 was awarded to Bethd 8. 
Darcus. Victoria Mth Behoel atu- 
dent. 

The oontest was open lo altaehoM 
eblldno to BrttJili Oebonhto be- 
tween the ages of twetve aod aitt oo tt 
yean and a total of |500 to cash 
prtea was offmd for the best esaays 
of not more than 400 words oo the 
subject. "Why Western Oanadlans 
Should Dfte Home Oaa." 

r)nrj-illft, l\fteen-year-old daugh- 
u r of Mm M K O'Neill, 938 Col- 
lirwm Street, will bo (niest of honor 
(tr the Home Oil ^l.^tr1bll1o^s al. a 
banquet In Vanrrnivrr of, Pii"; rlay 
nlRhf. when shr will be prf.sfi'.u>d 
wit^i her prize. An invitation to 
lend the banquet to receive the 
BBoond award has Ukewlae been ea- 
leodBd to Bethel Darcus. 

Bethel DarcuA, who Lt the fifteen- 
year-old ton of Mrs E. o. Darcos, 
IVndal Aventic. Gordon Head, has 
acquired what almoat amoonla to 
a habit of «toBli« pztaaa to oom- 

He loves worklnf with tools and 
the model of a tuIl-rlgKed ahlp he 
made two yean afo ma first prise 
for him to the GNiodwOl Dar oom- 
P^ttion open to sohoel AUdren of 
the whole prov ln oo . lAit year he 
woo aeooDd prite to the same oom- 
petition with a modd of an BBcle 
Rock aeroplane, which he made 
after studying thi? planes at the 
B.C. Airways' aerodrome. 

His love vl worklnK with tools Is 
such. Indeed, that he hat accept«d 
the extra work of taking technical 
tn:-itnicUon at the htj[h acbOQl to 
addiMon to all the subjectt OR Ids 
Roncral course curriculum. 

A kern oiit-of -doors boy, with d 
tasU; for fliihUiR, rowing and foot- 
baU, he has aLso dcvplnp'M a.-i rx- 
tensive knowledge of ihr flora of 
the country, which ha.s won him 
many* priaes, Incdndlng the stiver 
aii^ii^f^gnf eup for tba beat ooUee- 
tloa of wild flowen at the Bummer 
show of the Vletorta Hortieultazml 
Society last July, and fint prlae to 
a similar oompeUtioo at tbe reeent 
show of the Vaneotiver Uand Btar- 
Uoultural Amedatlon. 

on eaA ef the two o o r a shms 
when Bethel has entered a Uteiary 
contest, he has been a prlie-wlnner. 
His ftrst success came when he en- 
tered the descripClve essay contest 
at the Victoria BxhlbiUon last year 
and captured third prlae. 

Bethel's ambition In life Is to be- 
come an aeroplane pilot and enter 
upon a career In aviation. 

Three other Vlrt/irla clUldrm won 
SIO prizes In U\v Hotne Oil Ehsay 
Contest. The;,*- urr William C. Gib- 
son, 294& Qu;u]ra Street; Winnie 
Hall. Maple wood Road, Saanlch. 
t>oth puptl.4 of the Victoria High 
School, and Gladys M. Bayley. 1170 
St Anne Street a pupil of St. 
Manrarot s School. 

Ttiv award of the Judges wa5 as 

f(ill(f«'i 

Fir%t pnz^, |3;»0— DrusclUa O'Neill 
(flflrrnv 938 Colllnson 3tr#et. Vic- 
toria. B.C , pupil St Ann'.s Academy. 

Second prtre. SlOO— Bethel S. Dar- 
cus (filiernt. Tvnflal Avenue, Gor- 
don Bend. Vi< '->[t^i B.a, pttpll Tle- 
torla High .■^i hrxil 

Third prlnie. tbd Bovfl Ajm^ 
< fourteen >. 3080 Haro Street. Van- 
couver, B.C., popU Lord Roberti 

Rchool 

Other priscA laffes fifteen and 
M.xteen yeax5k WUUam O. CMbeoo 
<fUteen>. 39iS Quadra Street. Vic- 
toria, B.C» Victoria mch School; 
Jainee Bnuo (fifteen). Mi Four- 
leenth Avenue But ^^noovvor. 
BX!., Vaaoouvftr CoIIefe: KathleBn 
M Bvana (fUteon). tt> Horaaby 
Street. Vancouver. BX!„ Merdeen 
School: Margaret A. Oenrwd (six- 
teen). 5300 RoblnKon Avenue. Sofith 
Vancouver. J i> h n Olivrr High 
School; Flmma Wllaoo (fifteen). 
Tabor CT'-rk. Prlnco OeOlfB, ».0„ 
Tabor t rf^k HchooL 

tlO prlw:i 'age-, twrlvr to four- 
teen years) —Constance Youda < thir- 
teen). 4433 Sixth Avenue Weot, Van- 
couver. B.C^ QL'een Mary Bchool; 
Winnie Rail (fowtoan}. RJCD. tto. 
4 Maplewood Road, Baanldi, Vic- 
toria, B.O., Vlrtorta Blgh Bobool; 
Gladys M. Bayky (thinen». HID 
St. Anne Street. Vtotoria, B.C.. St 
Marfaret's School; Rocb Bertalson 
'rp«ir!een' n4Ji Twrnt^ Third Ave- 
nur KAtt , .iM ii-ivT B C , Lord 
Selkirk ScIukiI Eleanor B. Touns 
itwelvei. 17W 'ni^ Boulrvard. North 
VancouvT rrrwh- R'hool, 

The jiitie. - r,,.tki;-,;r the award 
w*r»' Mr .' ."^ (-'T'lnn, tn.<tpector 
(Irralcr Vani^tuvi-r .'VNiv^li. Dr J. 
Roy Handrnuin. prliinpal King Ed- 
ward High School. Mr Roy BrOVIl. 
managing editor Vancouver P to^ 
tooe; Mr. B. O. POwlar. laiMnl 
manaier Bone OO Dtefcrllniton. 
Ltd.. aad Ut. Ptnak Batna, Omw- 
ford-ttaine Mvcrtlatoc Bwlee. 

FORMER MAYOR OF 
WINNIPEC PASSES 



fton the novtoalal oo v enu baafc at 
a namtaaa MntoL Hie Wovto^ 
Oumianeu t hae also made a srant 

to the leame for that purpeae. 

Tbe Ladles' AuxiUanr Is helping 
In the drive by arranging garden 
parUe». etc., the ttrst garden party 

lo be held al the home of Mrs. 
Nlven. 684 Head Street, on June 12. 
which It lt> hoped will be a great 

HUCCeS.'i 

The boys Lli(>mselve» are al3o 
helping, and have already raised a 
very revectable sum. 

BHMttof the list of todMdual 
sobeorlbea ta Ifr. P. r. OortlB. i860 
Koepeet Ptaoe^ benocary tnaaitfett 
with a voT iBnerous donatUm of 
8800. Any citizen of Victoria and 
Vancouver Island wishing to help 
In this work should kindly com- 
municate with tbe secretAry, E. G. 
Alcock, Nsvy League Office, 848 
Bastion Street. 



SMkaichewm 
Election WiU 
Be Held June 6 



Duly LiiAtructed by the Empress 
Hotel and oUier cUents, will dla- 
pose of by public auction at their 
Mart. 8lT _Ta>oa aU ae V , bilow Oov- 
emmeot Btnalk 

Tomorrowy May 13 

M itwt. a vaanlttr aC tttoM 

Household Furniture 
and Effects 

Including 1 -manual Organ by 
Doherty & Oo. (in first-class order). 
Stool; 2 very handsome old Bokhara 
_ Saddle Bags; 3 handftonu' hair 
poup advertising campaign. The's^uffed Settees up. In roftc brt.^~ade. 
specials ciuncd in the advertisement Arm Chairs to match, 13 iipnRht 
win be on aalo at the eleven dUIer-,<^^""s en suite; 2 very hpavy Wkker 
ent store* In Ihe eievon dUfewit ' Arm ch.tir:. und 1 Rocker up. In 



Anctlonaen and V 



dMrlet grooery atetee have 
banded tot e fh e r uodv the sbbm of 
Oanadlan Bervloe Btona to gtafc 

their Identity In aO far AB bOftaB 

for the consumer It ouuuginad. Tbmf 
iriu ntato their tndtvtdoamgr. how- 
ever, whan selling to tbe eoninmer. 

Tbe object of the oiganlaatloa la 
to buy as cheaply aa poasftoe by 
buytaw to bulk. In this way the 
consumv will be able to proAt by 
the low retail prleae that wUl result. 

The stores win also carry oa a 



dlfltrlct' 



SHRINE BAND TO 
APPEAR TODAY AT 
DUNCAN HOSPITAL 

The Otaeh Tbmpto Sbitoe Band 
will play a comp Umen to r y concert 
at the Klng^ Dengbton' Hospital. 
Duncan, todav at 1 pnL. U being 
NatlomU Hobpiui Day. and also 
Mother's Day. The musical pro- 
gramme wlU be as follows: 

Msrch, "Master Councillor"; over- 
ture, 'Jiipltrr'n Carnival"; /^election, 
"May. lia.v and Kay "; Intermezzo. 

j ■'.S!mi>!!city' . .'harainCTlsLic numlwr. 

REXjINA. May 11. Today thf i ■ jsrlriio '. df.irrlptive num- 

sij[r:t\ LdttelaUve A-wmbly of fiaj-- ber. "Dream of thr Rail"; potpourri, 
katchewan will be dissolved, and on ■■%fuAical Switch wait*. '*Weddlng 
Ibunday, Juna 8, tbe elertore of the [ of the windi"; raUllaaiK 'Tdnnaatory 
provtooB win go to the pt lis to elect Gardens," 

a ^wlnp**! Noml- jy^^ afternoon the liavttal 

nation day wm be Tincjday. May i,uuding wlU be open to the ptAIte. 



SO. 

For many w eeto all parttee have 

been actively etigaged in seleeUng 
candidates for the forthcoming 
election, and to date IXi are \n ti\e 
field, forty-seven reprewnUnK Uie 
liberal party: forty the Coneerva- 
ttiea; slsttten PrDgrt-.saive&. five In- 
dependents, one lAhor, two Parmers' 
Party, and tVO P lu e Um al 0(K 
openttives- 

SIR JOHN SIMON 
IS GUARDED BY 
SCOTLAND YARD 

uktoaif. May ll^A fresh elec- 
tion sensation wba given to the pub- 
lic today when It wa.<t disclosed that 
special Scotland Yard men are 
dojely guarding Sir John Simon on 
hlji CAmi>aign tnur for ri'-*'lmion iis 
a Liberal lo th-- finLsi? 'if c '-"inin->.'n-' 
Pears for hi.s ..lifny are an out- 
growth of rccrni demonstratlonfi 
against hun aa head of the presenr 
ieammlaslon to Indto to ilttdy co^ 
diUooB there. 



and tea will be served. It is ex- 
pected that a large number of Vic- 
torians will take advantage of the 
fine weather, and make the pUgrUn- 
ago to Onneaa en ihim o ec aalo n . 



Monxco leather; 3 Grass Chain; 

Singer Draphoad Sewing Machine: 
a Boa OttOBBana; 3-pAece mahogany 
Drawtof-Room BuUe; S-plece Over- 
stuffed Cheetaflekl Suite with loose 
coven; very good Child's Buggy 
(never been us«l>; fumed oak Dln- 
LQg-Room Suite; oak Arm Chair and 
Rocker, up. in leather; Oc. Chain, 
Writing l^-sk.^ Oak Round Table? 
Card Tables. OaLc-U-g Tjiblc, Hound 
and Square Deal Tables, about 100 
B. Bedroom l^mps with ^rflccto^^. 
SO yards of rose colored Axnumter 
Stair Carpet; Axmtoster Rugs. Car- 
pets, Pfotorea, BCetal Bwtog Bam- 
moofc, OrotfWTi Brltlih BP. ogl 
copper Tba Set: Bbtree, Dtah TiasfS. 
etc.: El. Cooker, Mirron^. Reeoidat 
Revolving Bookcase. Gramophones. 
Floor Lamp. Blankr!A. Brass and 
Iron Beds. MaU.rrs.v^ . a quiiiillty of 
riQlw, Jam Jar:.. Cinnd.itonr. Hose. 
l_.aun Mower. Cnji-kj;. Onk Barrel , 
an enameled .^-fL Bath and other 
goods loo numeroiis to menuon. 

For further paitlculan apply to 



RUSSIA BRINGING 
1.065 PASSENGERS 
FROM THE ORIENT 




Carrying the largejit paawnier Bet 
of any Pactflc liner of the Canadian 
Pacific Stearn»hlp3 fleet, the Em- 
press of Rufisia will dock here May 
IS with l.O&S paAitengera. 

This number is made tip of 146 
aalooa 108 aapond. 48 third and 118 
steerage. Tbe vesesl alio earrtea a 
large anaunt o( cargo. 



WEST COAST SKItVlCE 
Now Effective — The steamer 
leaves for Port Alice and war porta 
on the 1st. 11th and 31st ot eacb 
mootb. 



cocktail I 

r BACARDI hat awry 
dsUcatSp sulitle flBvour— 
aitic«ly Its omu 

hattlad «*lp IjJ^C^gMjj^ I R«a 1 



PhonM: 

Ofrioe, U24; Warehoaae. 3484 



Highly Importait 
Auction 

Of 

Elegant English 
and High-Class 
Colonial 

Furniture 

Vataable Old Coontry riclarea in 

OB watw^Mn 

Expensive Imported French WIHOB 
and Saxony Carpets 

h Our LcMcr Hal 

Oer. Pandora Ave. and Skated Bt 

Tuesday at 
1:30 P.M. 



On view Monday, from 10 ajn. to 
5 pjn.. and In the evening, owing to 
the Importance of the e^ fftim 7 

to 10 o'clock. 



NAYNARD & SONS 

ACCflONBBRS AlVD RBALT0R8 

InstTuct.ed. Wv WUl .Sell at, .Salc.i- 
roomA, 717-7J3 Pandora \vt 

Wednesday, 1:30 PaM. 

Well Kept and Almost 
New Oak and Mahog- 
any Honaehqld Furni- 
ture, Upright Piano 
Etc 

Influriing, in part: Beautiful Oer- 
hHrd Heintxman Cabinet Grand 
Piano and Bench. BoDtop OfBce 
Desk. Oak Secrotaln, BevBral very 
good Panar gtomtn aad Rodtan, 
Oentie TWea, eoetly WUton aad 
Azmlnster carpets. sBveral DJ^itog 
Tables with Chain to match. Oak 
Sideboards, Bookcases. Edison lan- 
guage Gramophone with full course 
of Spanish, costly AJI • Brass and 
WhHe Enamel Bnd^; springs and 

Pelt Mattresses. Oold' n Ouk Dress- i ered Engll-sh Fire .Scree:!. .1 c . 
ers and Chiflonif r?., li'-w (.•ongnlpum, ' Chlinv.t' Kmbroldexed Wall I'm 



This arfvcrliscmcnt is not pub- 
lished or displayed by the 
Liquor Coatrol Uoard or by 
the GoTemment of Britiah 
Odtttnbia. 



Puget Sound Navigation Co. 

Effective May IS, 1929 

Auto Ferry Service 

SIDNEY TO BELLINGHAM 
Dailyat8:30 A.M. 

SIDNEY TO ANACORTES 
Daily at 12:00 Noon, 4:30 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. 
Calling at Orcu 

Inforrostion and Tickets from E E. BLACKWOOD. Agent, 
912 Government Street, Phone 7106; or«H. S. HOWARD. Agent, 
CP.R WtiaH. Phone 121 



IMVM Wi 

I pm., WfleoMiua caasdiiB „ 

OIMa«lBs: isaaean HMnean at s 

wm.. frwB VaacMTtr 

rowau. aivaa ano oomox 
CLT-B. gi MSis r o oa n aw asBs ism Tm- 



jIftT** am NOBTwaafi aamsa 
oounsatA 

MBMH tMks lsa««f Vaaaaaw tla> 
■. as aae sa. 

ooLT mAwaa mcvb 

Itt*nd* »i 1 IS • m ( 
SMra aad TburiBara 



VANCOUVER 
COACH UNES 



several good 6l^\ Rallee.^, Electric 
Range. Cook Stove. Kitchen lUflaa 
and Chalra, Kitchen CablnBta, Oar- 
den Tools, Mowen. Hose. Wheel- 
banrowB, Btathmary TOtaB, Bath. etc. 



AhMh at um, 

Ptoe lot of Wyaadotte aad tagtwra 
Uylag PnlMs, Rabbtta. OoatB, 
Vcgetabtea, etc 

Ford Tudor Coach, in first- 
class condition^ new tirca, good 
psint, sfcc 



MATNABD * SONB 




UMITED 



SPECIAL SALE OF 
FURNITURE 

On 

TMtday. May 14, at 1 :3I 

Having received In.ttructlon from 
Ihe ownen. I wUI sell at Obt Salaa- 
vwaoH» an Plan'' Strael. next to 
MBsnni^ Tmple close to Hudaon i 
Bay store, a Urge aaHrtmBBt of 
htgb-claaa. weU-kq>t funittuxe In- 
^odtDg: Parlor and DtaBvfboaa 
BOltoi, extra good RoU-Top Ottee 
Derit. upholstered Ann OhaM. Arm 
Rockeni, Rail Stand, good XMaben 
Cabinet In white enamel, Con- 
KOleiim. Rmm. CarprtK. rhina 
Cabinet a nice lot rf luniny- 
rotxn CTial rn •» nrf Ta b I p.* , K i in len 
Chair? itn<1 Tabi''.' Nur-,c Kochf r 
nlrr Raiii:"' < ia.^ H'ovr ^ and 
Heaters, Oii stoveA. ElectrlL- Head- 
ing LAmpa, Beds. Bprtnga and Mat- 
uvssM. Sewlnc M a rhlnse . Klloben- 
wara. CnelRgy, Rtght-Oay Clock. 
•CarUa Otoak. Oarden Tools, Rub- 
ber Roeflag aad ether tuaga, too 
to 




The above choice ooUectlon 

ftow^a nslaBiy ff J^J^ 

aa he iB Mundng to Eng- 
land Immwrtlatrtyt alio Included an 
elfeela belonRinR to tbf 
BMate, and .^old patr ' 
from the E."cc'.utnx. 

The (oltpptlon im ludes Carved 
("hlppcndftle Hlyle (sideboard. Carved 
Chippendale tityle Ball and Claw- 
toot Table. Rlehly Carved 
Tudor Style BaU Cupboard wltti 
per Riazed pan^ Meat 
MahoRany Pall noot WMt 
Bureau. French Roeewood and Mar- 
quetry, E><crltolre Neat 8hera!.r.n 
Mahogany Oval Bijouterie 1 able 
with bent Rla.vi dides and pUife glau 
ftheU. Oeniilnr' Antique Mahogany 
Comer Cupboaid «ln family over 
lOO years'. Car^-pd Walnut Cabnule 
Leg Table. Hrt. 4 tllryunt Mahogany 
Trellis Back Chairs, MabORsny 
Tuckaway Tea Stand, a Inlaid Ta- 
botirettea, Chippendale Mahogmoy 
Ova& MtaiOT, JfcMB jtu dded and 
Liailk«r-»8«Uatf Olastoabtiry 
chair, Patr Tan Bronsed Figures 
r'The Broken Pitcher" and "The 
YouHK Angler"!. French nronr.ed 
Figure '"Rprlng"). MagnKlrrnt 
niack Marble Clock and Pair Marble 
Taul len «ulle, ro^l 1250 >. Kngliah 
Wine OlasseA, Old Brajw^i. Fjn/luih 
Kerb Fender. ElaboniN I-. KlErUi; 

'ly 
■lo 

12 Hand-Cauited China Fruit rUkta. 
Bronxe JardlnlBreb Ooetty TmH Ja*- 
paneae Blackwood Drattght BaiaeR 
profusely deeoialed with tverr enjl 
mother of pearl Mrda aad CoNaga^ 
Adam Btyle Mehrgany Ittle, «iif - 
hMh Mahogany Boodalr Pfaaof orte 
by Weber, Expensive Mohair Ohea- 
terfteld Set with loose Marshall 
spring cushions. Walnut Dining 
Table and Bet Chairs in leather. 
SmaU Colonial Walnut Double-end 
Couch. Wediraood, KuUni and Aus- 
trian rhina Highest possible grade 
French Wil'on Carpets 'one rost 
$250. Htir-Uiet tl60'. Unique Orange 
and Black Baiony Carpet <rml 
$200), Small Mlrrapore Itug, French 

Grey ftiamel Bedreem Bet with 
pls^ mate, Rngllab Oak Unen Cup- 
baatd aad Chest Drawers, ^uned 
out mning Table and Chairs, 
Budge Table. BngMI OMIM 
Ploer Lamp. Tum^P^QHtf TUHe 
and library Ibhla. 



The Valuable 
. Pictures 



Include a large Exhlbllion Water 
Color, "A Tliamea Bywater." by R. 
Halfnlght '1881'; S fiquL'rtte e»am- 
plet at the work of W Baker, v\t . 
' Kilchum Castie, Loch Awe." Ben 
Cnichan." ''By BtlU Walem," "Plah- 
ii« BoatB ai We," and The Oypsy 
BMMKpaent." also eeveiml oil 
Palntttiga by r. B. McLea and 

otheia» and att ia aoguib gold 



A. B. McFHEBSON 

nea er saanj 



JORDAN 



R!V( R 

□•iif tt B A.M. 



VuMwtar. Ha 




WtNKIPBO.I^ 11 - Thomas 
Shaipe. sixty-three, former mayor ol 
Winnipeg, a plone«-, and a builder 
and oontrartor. died suddenly last 
wvening while going on a week-end 
flahtaig trip to Lac du Bonnet seat- 
ed baMde bm aaa. George, in an au- 
toawtiflB BB bad aoffered tma a 
heart afimeBt for manv yean Mr, 
Bharpe eama to Winnipeg thirty- 
eight yearn aco from Toronto where 
hr flrsl took up r*'url*nce in Canada 
when h* emlgratBd from bta blrtb- 



L**™ D«(^l Oil'T at 4 ^M. Lam-M jAm.. 

WECK-CHD BPCCIAL 

0«i S«lur«ar« SM l«a««« D«a«4 al SsSO WM, ImUM •* 4 PM.. anS laam Ja*<an Rtmr aH 
a PM. Ms ssns awlsB Isr VMMlai fhw f g Is JarAs RMr 1 a'slsalu Om4 »t ataht 

COLWOOD RACE TRACK, COLWOOD 
GOLF LINKS, LANGFORD LAKE 

Lama La««fa*4 

- a.OO A M. 
_ lOOO A M. 
. 1 1 W A M. 

5:LS PM. 



% 

i.-eo A N 

V:JO A M 
10 .*0 A.M. 
iM PM. 
*iM P.M. 

aoi r JL 
uoi PA 



9i|0 AM. 

iS p w. 
Ilia P M 



LmM a««ue*>t>" 8lr«#1 Dwwt. VIMSllS 



la-oo H. 

. 3 .00 P.m. 

S OO PM. 



ANTIQUES 

Art Furniture, Etc 

l^jaat Batortm aa PastSa OaaW 

Bartholomew's 

IS aaS l«BI Wm* S4««» BBd 



Note— The remalndo' it the far- 
nlttire will be mid at OUT OBua) 
weekly sale of better daaa fttrttltun 
on Thursday In oar 'AueUOB BoUo, 
Parttculan latv. 



ANTIQUES 

OXOBOIAN GAXXSaita 
rsr« aaa Pwsis 

OMr 




Broughton and Broad SirecU Phone 3890 



Sugar beet growan aad Vm Xnab 
Sugar Manufacturing Company, at 
Oarlow. Ireland, wtilcta reoetvea a 
terga aobauiy Inas Usm Ptae MoU 
Oovemnieat, have locBad 
the prtoe of baaM, aad tba 
I haw ndbai* to 

IpBOIb 



Pretiminsry Aiiflouiic«in«nt 
*Oa Aa BKly Data 

The Whole 

Machinery and 
Plant, Tools 
ats,Etc 



At the Patter OaffBgib 



Particulars Later. 



Bt 




Ooj & Co. 



rbane JiU 



r}\r. DATKY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. MAY l^'^ 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



HEAVV PROFIT- 
MM K,UTS 
ByilTptRS 

Oplimism Crrat' il \n Dtop 
in Call Money Rate Fea- 
tures Opeoipg but fades 
Away 

UTii mrs snon 

IdUST STHEiSOlH 



KKW TOmc Mar li^tlw atoefc 
nwrfcat no tnto hwvy proflt-taUnt 

tomrd the rlose of todBy'A two-hour 
■MSloD. M trmdcrs vere incUned to 
tigard the credit outlook with Ipm 
opUinlBa. tbaa tht drop to 0 per 
MDt te tlw odl meav nte taftd cB- 
gendered jwUrdBy. 

The bull movement that wu pro- 
moted by liw sudden taflmt of !un<l.'. 
TflstenUy wu carrlsd «vw lnu> the 
npenlnt tnaaefeloaa today, but a 
iMTft of adU&t eanrtod noat «( ttoe 
woBlaant Imib olt 1 to B pcteta In 
tt* last boar. It ma an aottw flat- 



fORfi/C N EXC HANGE 



PnaM-a tt^ ■ MUM MM. 
lut*— SSt«b: caMM Un. 

O* rm Any— IS. M- 
Hnlland '« IV^. 
N»r«ar MM 

»wKl«o 311 TH 

UwiUrrluid II Ifi. 

-Lje«. 
,iui. 

Aucute- !«»■ 
KaMMto— 41**. 

BrMOl-n M. 
Takt»-44.M. 

ataiiKb*t-M.«l. 

nmiJMO KxcmAMGr 

KKW TORK. Mar II - IJ^niaiirt 
U*%' Mkir* luiv-tfar ftiUi on 



AT VIOTOBIA 

BnrtDs wr%i mUm 



urdBy Mission, with tianwiiHona ct 

nearly a.OOO OfK) ••harw 

The utUltl' ^ wrc ui,t- l.f.:; 
point of s'.rcn^lti. tlir .'Vs.j:x uiird 
Ptpsk prlcp idcK of t wiTUy leudlntf 
m4Mnt>er& of Ihu group mounttnt; 
more than a point to sllll uiKjihcr 
record high level, whilo th" indfx of 
f.Ily indu.st.riiil'-: '.vk'. <-arni'd oif 
more thAn a pouiL to a level Dearly 
4 poinU below It* record peak eiatb- 
Uabad Juat a weak ago. Unttad Oor- 
poratte maila an astraoia sals of 
aaarty I patata* tnwrtitnt a noard 



price of while ColumbiA Oaa 

A. Dectnc ABd Nortli AaMrtcan 
CompAny Aiao broke Into BOW Ufb 
ground. A few ipadalttaa waA mo- 
or AC reaaortea wmrm buofanL aparlu 
Wlthlngton mrsed up more than 1) 
iHiUili, tu A nev loa. aod Stroaberg. 
Mat Itn Wockwelf . I n t cm a 1 1 ona 1 
BuAlnesB MAchtnea uiui riurago 

PneumAtlc Tool wrr<- a: " t' iv.iir.^ 
rlAlnK 2 In p«ilnl.. ■ ■ ■ iir -1 iim r.- 

A few of liu- (Jil-, w'i> j.f.. ^upi'i'j' 
ed, StAHdiUd Mf New .'frM'> rinHK 
a frmctlon tu a new tu^ii- Che^- 
peAke CorpoTAUon rose ft points to 
A new peak At M on announcenient 
of the t-tock dividend. 

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•taady. the DutA guilder laaflhlng 
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market tonaiuDa Ita Imgnlar 1mm 
tread. BoMfar. thm ma a Maady 
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convertible group, which moved un- 
evenly with the rest- of the lut 

Moat of tha activity in the foreign 
iift wae oentnd Id Fkmeh Ro- 
public 7'e. 

I u' rail niort«BSPs were liAtless 
itMd .s<>mewhAt eaeler. United Stataa 
Government nWlgatinni were tnag- 

ulArly higher. 

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'he past week In fece of protrncted 
high innncy raL<3, the AAsjiclaU*d 
PreaB AverAges of forty bondJi hAve iXftM cn 
declined to within len then hAlf a |Teua oair MMnr 
point of the yeAr's low. touched lAte 
In March. 



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heavy advanoae aeored by MeOoli 
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within a mak. have cMued a good 
deal of eoRuncDi among traden and 
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refining and dLHrlbuiintt contmct in 
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throughout the United Biaiea. 

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New II 



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SO-Yaar 5% Coupon Gold Dabantuna 



Datad May 1. 1939 



Due May 1. 1919 



Principal and half-yearly interest CMay and November 1) payabb at 
dit hoAdaff'g option in gold eotn of lawful money of Canada at tha oCfica 

of the Treaaurar of Ontario in Toronto : or at the Agents of the Treaa- 
urer of Ontario in the citiea of Montreal. Winnipeg, Vancouver, Kegina. 
Halifax. Calga^ and Saint John, or in go'id coin of the United Statm 
of America of the present standard of weight and fineness at the Agcnta 
of the Treasurer of Ontario in New York: or at the Agents of the 
Treastirer of Ontario in London. England, at the fixed rate of $4.86 2-3 
to tha pound starling. 

Denominaiion~'~$ 1 ^000 



Ontario I* rwtardrri a* ihp trn*\ lmi>nrlant rrnvinrr in r^naifa. Tta papalaUtB tatali wt«r^ Uian 
nnO'lhlrrl. and thr valu* maniifarlnrrd. ■■nrul1urii< and mlni^l pnaaelB BBn Ulaa BOa-Balf 

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LONDON. May 11. 
Trade retiims for April 
portA. £1M.160.000: exports of BrlUsh 
producU. ta0J4O,OOO: re-exports, 
{10;i70 000: total exports, nD.610,000; 
excr.'v'^ nf import -. £33.350,000. 



taiBaBaa. amra a^Oti. US.) 
WINNirao, Kay u.— Wheat 
opened weak wKb prteee sinking 8-4 
under last night's close, but good 
buying by expo^te^.^ and seaboard , drilling ha.^ Also cut ore at 

^u«l.<ea. which forced soene short ^ <50 Ic-et. east of Lhe dyke, 
cnvertng. brought atxiut a shAn> r*-- Ix k Hugfae« is driving a crosscut 
at iion. And prices Advanced to 1 5-8 i un the twenty-fifth level, the lowest 



over Uitr previous close. 

After the early demand was aat- 
lAflad tha market waa quiet, and. 
while the full bulge was net bdd. 
prleea were able to hold firm with 
local interests supporting the mar- 
ket on dips, while there wns arrne 
buying by Chicago Interest.^ iit(ai!i.-.i 
sales In their own market Ttiere 
was A good demand for caitl VlMat 
with offerings light. 

A fair export business wa« daos 
overnight by seaboard houses, and It 
la cenanUy oooeadad that tbare has 
been a large Tamme tit wliaat dis- 
posed of In the last thne days. 
QuanUUes of most grades are hard 
to buy. Line elevator companies 
have most of tliejr holdlnjp stored 
In their cmjnlrr hnu«« and hedged 
Ui July whirh will not be shipped 
for .some time Tliere Is about 66,- 
OOOMO kniahfls we»t of the lake- 
heads, and the total aurplus 
of Canadians wheat still lamalnlng 
to be dlspoaed e( Is around 150.000.- 
000 bushels, or nearly SO ,000 .000 
bushels larger than last year at this 
Ume Spreads on the active grades 
this morning were 1-8 to i-a cent 
better, Winnipeg futures closed 1 to 
B-l up with good local buylnjr at 
the finish, which some are inclined 
to ersdlt to the Pool. 

Ooana grams markeU ware all 
alrawer. especially oata. Itea was 
good buying of oata and d UMM i l lii 
buslnesB was said to be greatly Im- 
proved, with Bastem houses btiylng 
from stxKrlu that sre now In the 
Beat. Barlry and rye were rather 
dull, but there was little for sale 
and the strengtii in wheat helped 
the coarse grains. Oats closed 1 7-8 
lo 1 1-4 higher; barley S-4 to S-a 
higher, and rye 1-4 to 1 S-4 hlgber. 

The flax market advanced In 
sympathy with other oommodittes, 
but trade continued very ordtssry 



Board of 

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Money at Work 

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Stocks at New Taift In Bfaal 
Higher — mail Bkans 




HaaBfactaiilBg 
nty leaa than tka aaal 
the gMds to Ibilr flBal 



The Average manufacturing oort 
of all products Is approximately » 

per cent or 30 per cent of tJie reUU j^reni steady. fAvorAble reports oon- 



niraasaa. Brovn a on. Ltd > 
NMW TORK. May 11 -The iHatk. 
market continued under rhe Influ- 
ence of fAVorable monry ra'r_'. and 
prices at the he«1nnmK of tnrtay'n 
Abbrevia'ert ^r^wlon were In mont 
hiRliei Rails were AgAln In 
active demnnd with Krit staging an- 
other aharp run up. Buying of the 
latter ifeoofc waa pnbably on expec- 
tattOM of dkaetors ptednc the fa- 
ana en a dlvldand basis In the near 
fntura. Haw York Central was an- 
other strong Kpot in the carrier 
group and reflecfed the ver>' fBfor- 
able aamlngft Ktatniment for the first 
guarter of this year United Corpo- 
ration, in the ut.Ulty dlvialon. oon- 
tlnoed Its upswing and recorded an 
olhar high prtoc. Steel sharaa were 
bUhar and raspon d ad to a (avonble 
anftDad tonnage report. Accordlnc 
to tha alatement the premier steal 
eonpany back-log at preaent Is the 
largest In three yeant. Oil shaaaa 



of the six new levda being opened 
up Aimolteneotuty, It is reported b« 
having about iw feet to ro lo In- 
tensct a vein rrached on upper lev- 
els. 

Oranada Rouyn. on the eas-foot 
level, some fifty feei the other aide 
of the fault which has passed the 
rough so Slip nsawf ally on all three 
IST^ haa ontarad a nav nanow 
plees ct matter, leas than two feet 
wide, wiueh an offldal saia la the 
oulstandtaiff ore to date. 

Newtee this wtek haa had the 
best part of its issued capital stock 
of 3.627.407 shares turned over. One 
who looked at the new third lerwe 
found on the 125-foot Irv^l, rppor'L.5 
two round-i had brrm takrn ou: ye.s- 
terday with thr ahou'lng rrrj- hmh 
grade On the SbO-foot level there 
Is sUli forty fast to go to Itti the 
expected ore. 

Mand7 IClnas market dlsplsy L-^ 
eauBlnc consldarBble discussion and 
while mineralintlop Iub been re- 
ported as entered on the en. 836 
snd i.03S-foot levels, there are those 
who teu of high grade not yctafaow- 
ing. TonopAh Company holds can- 
irol. and i-he president reoenliy 
pointed out there was much develop- 
ment lo t>e done yet before definite 
commlt/nenr.a could be announced 
Canadian shareholdpr.'- npijarrnlly 
took the presidents lack of enthus- 
laam qntts pesAtmisticallr. 

OILS UP 

Oils '.wiinit up during the short 
-VMislfin today A. P Cnnsolldated 
rrached And clung Xo a higher level, 
$0J6 .Soiithwexf Prtrolcum. a1- 
ttUNigh KliiiTfti.Oi ar, fi^.1^ j^trrnsth- 
Oaed Lo a clow 25 up Demand drfiv 
Home OU over the t23 00 mark ui 
gain net SO cents up. Mavland aM 
OOBBmottwealMi wen falriv steadv 
Da&iousle showed strengui After 
fluctuating over a ift-oent rai^e. 
Wainwell doaed 8 cents up, 

BIUfglshneM was Apparent In the 
mines group, with the rxoeptlon of 
Falconbrldge Nickel, up 3.S. and Sud- 
bury Basin, up 25 oents. and Ool- 
conds. The buIU heard that Nlpls- 
sing's englnem have completed their 
eaamlnatlon of the Ooleonda prop- 
erty, and P'Jshrd !.he .stock up 10 
polnt.^ Tlie bull's and l>earK pirtyed 
ball with Npwbec and the ^•.4Jc^^ 
cloaed a shade stronger. Itlrkland 
t^km, Takeahnre and Mining Corpor- 
ation were firm, but RoUinger, Ab- 
ana. International Nlekal. ia- h***^ , 
Baaln. xgelAtyrw and Normnda suf- 
fered from lack at Intervt 

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credit loasex. bockkwper^ ndvortiA- 
lag, salcftmrn saJaneA and cxprnsea. 



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prkre. Btenografrfwr^, onir*- rentals, I cernlni t-h*- petroleum Industry eon- — ** ** 

" ■* Unue to makr their app*^aranee. Me'nir "* 

and int.ere>t In At-lantir Reftnlns uiaina 

B further "itjmulAted by t_he action 
Of the directors aty cater day's dlvl- 
laattng. Copper Shans can- 
to hcoltate. interoit tn tlie 
y«d aaebkl sharee Iain wimewttat at 
preaent pendini rMiumpdnri ot ao- 
tlve copper buyinfl: wi-^^kiy trade re- 



forms at nr<1iaai1 arc 
CrsquBB^deiMe Che ertgtnal 
panataetMfing coal. 

ThU high cost of getttaf mv- 
chandlae from factory to consumar 
cannot be avoided aa long as the 
Amertnan public demands the prw- 
pnt luxurious standard of lirtng. A 
man livlns tn Iowa wants coffee 
f rom Braxll . gra pef nj 1 1 f ras 
norlda. tobarco from KentuAy^ 
orangm from California, shoea frtn 
KBasarhusettA. cane sugar fnm 
Cuba, cotton from Tsxaa. sstmen 
trotn Oiagon. maiAB ayrtip from 
Vemoit and pnbablr a aeaUdn 
(oat for fala wife tran Canada. Our 
econoaite sjalsui eC diatilbatlon Is 
the beat ttaat man haa yet been able 
to create. If a batter system c«3uld 
be d i s c ove r ed It would wv>n be 
in use. 

In the dav* Af the Pilgrims, ths 
iMlas and d'Tnands wwf ^Unple 
Ahnoat evorrthing waa produced 
and ueiauaiad wNbto s tadlnt of a 
few mUsB aening aad dMrtbntteai 
costs were wnall. Today we want 
thmga fren an erar 1l» varM and 
we sniat pay tha high eoal eC 



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and 
ago 

At the finish numerous autcMnetlve 
shares were under heavy preesura. 
Chrysler reacted sharply and other 
Isnias ware subjeetad to aema weak- 
•nd realising. The asarftat m the 
closing deattnff todar vaa forced to 
take A liberal amount of profit- 
taking salea However, we are of the 
optnlon that ih*- treneral list will 
axhlblt better form <>t^ 'hr advanoe 
side of pnoas riurUiK the «-ocnlng 



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OF FALL WH EAT 
WPfm DLLED 

OTTAWA. May It— Oanada*a f%0 

wheat Mittmatad last Bovember as 
havlr^ bMl 0OWB over an area of 
PAI non ai-rej has h**n Winter killed 
\r. '.h^ extent of S per r«»L or .\3 OOfl 
aere* Th Is I ^a ve< the Ar ea t n be 
harT-tt.efl for ail Canada at SOT TOft 
BcreK- ThU estlmair It. mntalned in 
the first erep report of the praeent 
today by Uae X>amin 



^u) INVEST IN SOUND, LOCAL 
^ PVBUC HTIUTIES 



wi oprsit 

B.C £I«KCTRIC t>% Pfd 



9105.00. to ricM S.711b 



B.C. TELEPHONE u% I'fd. @ I105.2S. to peW 5-70% 

IN'rL UTIUTIES 7% Pfd. (With 
rifhtt) m $102.50. to yield 6M% 

VANCOUVER ISLAND TRANS- 
PORTATION CO.. LTO, 7lb. due 

1943 (With bonui oE Common Stock) ® $100.00, to yield 7.00% 

BRANSON, BROWN & CO., LTB. 

Caasra^ Bldr. Vietette, B.C itogars BUg^ VaBfiaavar, B.C 

Omawaaials wt Lasaa * Sma 
taaaSsMt mm. asaa nselagif AasaaiAtiM. vaBeoamr aiaob MSasaa 
aiBsk rKc&4AS0. Bsatua aiask BMbaoaa 

Pbonaa: SOOOb MOl. Sm M09 

nirt^i p-^..!,- r,u n«eu«aa «• AH lbs laaStw Sa4«am Bscfcan* 



Private Wire Services 

li.ive maintAiQed the foltowing wire service* for several years 
and we are able at all limes to give uncxcelkd service in bUing 
your orders on sny Exchange, 

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nms F il aals wimb Wttta asa svaaaiBSB 

n Baa naaelKo Blaek Siiha — 
nm4 P T i ia ta Wlm Wllh WinnlPr* 

To WlnnlPM Orain Ki^tiusB 
D lwat Privata Wiru WILn aiontrraJ 

To Montraal Block KxobaDaa 
OtoSM HIOAIl Wlr*a Wllti Toronto 

Tn Tornato Stork and Ktalns BaBhaaaaa 
nirwt PrtvaM Wirei WIUi Cakarr 

To Cmlsarr Slock 
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British ColnfflMi Bond Corporation 

Umited 

UOO OOVBBmCXNT 8TKBBT. VICTOKtA 
Vanooavar Nanaimo Duncan 

H. B. BOOMCAN, Managing Director 
(Mfaaa wins la aa Jtota SMiraaaa BHbaiwoa ai*r. V nnana dsMa 

nw aaasa, BO, Band Oaalvra' Aan-taiu.i 
Badla BT oadcai» Pnm I i» ( )0 Au and rion ■ to k lu p M b^-Ji Dar 

Phones 340 349 3S0- Poor Lines Cooaecting All DcpartmsntB 




Cities Service 
Company 

NSW STOCK It IfOW READY 

far sny boMan of 



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old stork. 



CHRISTY, HALL & CO., LTD. 



640 Port 8t 



Chriacy-Hall BMc- 



Second Canadian General 
Inwestment Irmt 

We have obtained preliminary flgareB covering the 
opcralloas of this Trust for tfaa peat year, arhirh 
show raanha far In excass of oar a^ecHtnaaa. Th^- 
informAtaoa is st the d i sposal of any Invaator. 
We cAn offer a limited Aosonnt of sharaa fat the afcoao IVnai 
markd. to 7ieM spprorimstelv 8.40S4. 

Royal Financial Corp., Ltd. 

m Pert 8t H. W. irTLT.S1t Iffsnarer Phonea 1025, 102« 



DIVERSIFIED CANADIAN 
INVESTMENTS 

Our "(fntistiral rlcpartmrnt, witli mnip. .in.l 
rfirjinrali'-'n analysi!^ on thp princirial i '.lii.mi.i;! ri-.mp,inir 
o(icr» our clieni» tliose facilities which are ncceasary i' 
successful investment. 

Our iiinntliK lt*^t nf f]i\ rr-ifir.l invc'.lnipnf'; i-nnlain« nnl'. 
thoMc securities whicli nicA.^urc up tu » ttigh standard. 

Liat Mailed on Requeat 



CiLLES'PI£ 



iS'o BONOS 



>0 LTD. 

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We have on file or can obtain for you informatloa on any ssevsftiea 
you »sy bs heldlnf. There is no obligAtlon en yonr faet far thia 
serviea. 



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IMITED 




Limited 

QIRDWOOD A CO., LTD. 



If my Mb. "Lowar i . ' ri« in hvoarr mI 

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US 



MCRLAND OIL 




Monarch Royal tj r Corp oration 

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G, L. BROWN A COMPANY 



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TITF OMT.V rOT.OXTST. VTCTORTA. B.C SUKDAY. MAY 12, 



FINANCE T COMMERCE v MARKETS 



{100,000 SOOOKT 
IN COyOT AtliON 



BUSINESS IS 
HAMPFRFD BY 

IMLMONEY 

Expectation of Return of 
Normal Credit Conditions 
After Month-End Settle- 
ments k Disappointing 

MAY IS CRITICAL 
PERIOD FOR STOCKS 

Specialty Markets Ukdy to 
Prevail for Some Time on 
Both Canadian and New 
York Exchanges 



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TOROMTO. llaj 11.— Tboae who 
fqMDtod « return of nmtlf Bonul 
erMtlt mfwHWow after ths miMitti- 
yruj MtUctunts tuid btw oompteted 
hav» been < U»p pototiBd. For sonu 
Unie putt May &M bean refvded 
ea e orlttoU period wUb reepiwt to 
Um future of tbe atoek nuutet. It 
me eisued thet tr moaey eeme 
do«n due to a looaenlug of the 
strings on credit, the market would 
move fomrard to a cood Summer^ 
trading tt money rcmnlnetl Ann in 
Miiy loilowlng settlPiiiriiL;. on the 
other tmnd. th^*"? would be .'jnall 
priispfcr o( any material raaiog 
during Lhc real of the year. 

The unial quiet Summer period 
la not vwj far ott, aad «ah the 
wriy Autumn ■caeona! eooimerctal 
requirementa vUI make beavy de- 
manda on the funda. Stnee the first 
of May can money baa ranged for 
the moat part between 14 and 10 
per cent The effect ol Btrtngent 
money condlttonr baa been to re- 
6Uict tbe volume of business rather 
than weaken the itock market list 
This haa been aeeompanled by aott- 



neu in spoU. but the geoml Uat 
has remained fairly steady. Speelal 
■Coeka bavf bom taken In hand 
and under aoeumulatloo havr 
mounted to Ughor levels. On boi.'k 
the Oanadlu and New York Rx 
I ham;p« ipeelaUr markets arr ukfiy 
tu pri-viLU for a oonaldersblr imw 
i<> <on>r> It will be onlv the iiutst 
r rDtnpamr). u-kurdlng whk-ti hpt- 
t Lul dev eUipiJUTiti take [jUict that 
will have imporlant luu.'iinnLs. ac- 
cording to opmion ol broktTS. 

Ooodyear tire Is a good example 
of a ipedalty. Due to qiant addl- 
tttou ootnpletad lau last year, bifsi- \ cm 
nmm and profits this year have run can 
far abaad of ifiU. A upHt in the 
(took and a large return to share- 
holdora la beUeved to be im- 
peodlnc, whUe material further 

expansion plam are under way to 

meet rapidly ri 'i^'' 'Mit': b^&iiit.-sa. | ramou* Piarara 
which in comlnfr y«tr. sho-Jld fur- l^^' '^2.«, ii™ 
thi-r BUKment eauum: i-.j^^tr Oood- ^™ J"^' 

>e«r shares havi Ixti \Ty clo&ely i int Nichci 

held, and wUh ^ ibsi . ^fJera in 

the mmrltet the pno r-ii^.n to a 
high ol 377. Pr» -sr<l Metals, InCn 
which Is a Caiindiati company op* 
entUng In the United 6tatea. and 
which pmrtoualy has depended on 
oaanufactur* oC buntnia lor lu 
icTCBiM aii4 iMi dona ««U thanby. 
bag taUMbad oat tale wloaa new 
Ifeua. ooa «f wbl^ !• 

a result ol the greau-r di- 
versity of prod 1 irr--. httvf bi-en 

further iiiae.i-'.i n. umf care ol 
demands Brdk rrs who sec little 
ahead of the crneral niarltet i 
stimo time to roine. or* "^"tly wHSjS S pM 
confident regarding the lulure mar- bauks 
ket for xntaraattonal Nl^ o««itaii« it.u«)«w .. 

other big stoeka that are held Inter- emk or Oommm* 

nationally, tbe forward novement imp*ri«? sank .. 
baa been beU ui check due to credit 
ooDdltioDs In New York. It baa Un- 
proved several polntA during the 
past week, and U Is notlrrablr how 
UttJc stock comes out, l\ r bi-l,. ved 
that dunnir ihp radical brmk in 
price (rnni Ti 41, .^tock m weak 
bands waa pretty thoroughly Uqul- 
dated. and the recovery to 53 has I amu. Ud . pia. 
been dne to arcumulat^. g^,^;^; 

exporu or nickel and c*jpper this 
year to date aboold rsneet in a very 
•obatanttal rise m earnings tn thf; 
ftret quarter. 



Lukt nf lhc Woodi 
L«k« of th» Wae«a pfd- 
Lrsll OoailracUao Co.. 

MaMtr Harrta 

MuMr HurU pU 

Uonlrroi Light. R * P. 

Nat Bn«lDs . 

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OffHfla Hour . - 

Ottavft Pow«r .. 

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PQwar Corpn 
plumbing I Port AJtrad Tap^ 

Pnrt Alfrrtl Pap«r pttf. 

Prter. Drii* , 

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We Offer aa an Attractive Oil Venture 

Warner Oils, Limited 



Doniidon bicorporetiott 



Capital \ I'bnrtrrd. l,n<XVOno «hare* ^n.p.v.); Is»iird. ^00,000. 

Properties — &ixieen hundred acre* on the Htghwood structure on 
-which Mro wella are now drilttoc. 

Oaoloffy— Favorable reports have been made by Ur. S, E. Slipper 
and Prof. John T. Allan, who estimate that production li likely 
In be reached at under 3,800 feet 

Development — The field operations are under the supervismn 
the CaiMdtan Wettern Natural Light. Heat ami Power 

Co.. who have lucHeftflully drilled msny gas wells to produc- 
tion. Th'ii company has stso contracted to purchase the sur- 
plus ifas ol tlfc Warner wells. 

A* a Bpactt l a tl o ifc — Price $1 Par Share 



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(Victoria) Limited 

Afcade BellAis, nf Vlaie tt IL W. J. 



Can Oamnnt 
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Little Chance of Much Re- 
duction in Existing Stocks 
Before Another Bi^ Crop 
CoineB on the Market 

RECENT UVERPOOL 
CABLES DEPRESSING 



iBnuiMMi. Brown At < « 1-' I > 
New York Central fii>t i)Uit.rn-j 
•^1* iiet «a»,4MlU6 after iav* mud 
hitiices. against tej404)M In aame 
19Se period. 

BtoeWMilrteCT of Htomm weUter- 
Ooodeitaam Jk Worta approval t for 
1 common atoeli apllt-Dp. 

Western Electric applied in Balti- 
more for pernut to erect lourteen 
httlldtnga at estimated ooak of 
$30,0004)00- 

MIofalgaa Centra] net MTOSjM* for 
quarter ended Biareli SI, against 
•3.186^ In flrit quarter. 1928. 

American Smelun^ and Anaconda 
Copper settled patent llugaUon with 
Oarson lnvt>.s'nifnt Co , obtAUilntt 

■ right ro future iis>- or furnace pateni 

'BnuiMm Brown * Co . Lud - 'i-'i'l iniikina payment-s relaUvely 

CHiCAOO. May 11.— Wlietil na- 1 ^"""ar to ihcwe previo»i.-ily mode by 
Biut in cash wheat has assumed u oijier copper compaiuos. 
paramount position on the wheal [ ^ S. Cast Iron Pipe awarded 11.- 
Lrade now that the crop is iar|467<313 cast iron pipe omtlEast by 



enough along to promise anottm 
big onv, and there appears to Da 
little etaance of disposing ol any 
tmportant portloB of exUting stocks 
before tbe new crop will be seeking 
bn outlet Oongealion at Buffalo 
and iCoBtreal. iriiere wheat la pUed 
up in elevators, many boats waiting 
uiJoading. with tout Uttia demand 
in sight at thr momrnt 

Liverpool labliM rcri'iitly Im'- 
been extremely pes.iina.sLic ui regard 
to .supplies and demand abroad, 
and mi'.v.' reporls, i!i . ■nijiink'Kin 

a*lth the f.tattTlira.1 luiMl.ft.'l ol 

United States and Canadian wheal, 
have had a depressing efleot on 
prloes here, wh^ch are now tbe low- 
est Since leai. Peaturea that were 
expected to prove a help to pro- 
duooa In thla eountry bare had a 
contzary reaidfc to that axpected. 
The announrement of export freight 
rale reductions was bailed offhand 



City or Albany. 

Loewa. Inc. tventy-eltbt veeka 
ended March 10. 9A»\fiU after de- 
preciation and taxes but before 
sub-preferred dlvldenda, against M.- 
423.800 in twenty-eight weeks ended 
March 11, 1028. 

Ooounerclal failures in past week 
were 428 against 421 m preceding 
week, and 517 In like week a year 
-ic *. A-'ijjs l>in> 

Voliinii- L.r ninn^-y turnovrr during 
«c,k r-iiiifd Wiiy i indu-iiti^d by 
chtque pttymeni:.5 wn& larger than 
In preceding week, but smaller than 
a year ago. according to Commeroe 
Department. 

American Bhaet and Tin Plata to 
erect new mill at tdereer Works at 
FarreU. Penna.. to pitMliice extra 
wide nnd full finished sheets. 
.Hnuthern CaiLfomla Oss declared 
dividend payable May 23. of 



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1 oiiif irrnw f'luniini? In Supreme 
('•lur', t."-.'''!!' .M ' ,Ju.-.ti<T W A Miii-- 
cI^)nuUt. tiie inul njH-i,-. in atiK-ti 
Wilham F Han-l.-, ^^r f.Tt An«el«w. 
i;. plwintiff. imd Dimlc: Lindeborn 
Btid oln(^rs are dciendanta, and m 
wtilch the plaintiff claims (lOOJNM). 
^Hfg tng that sum to bo due to him 
for his share of the pi o u ee di of the 
sale of the Big Mlamnl mineral 
claims on tbe Salmon River In the 
Stewart mining dlvtalon. 

The pUlntlff alleges that in July. 
1904. hp fiUked certain mineral 
c)aim!t which, with others, sub^^r- 
quently liecanio known as the BtR 
Missouri trruup, and that he entered 
uito an oral agreement with the 
defrndunu to do and nevd tbe 
asscatimeni work on the datms la 
consideration of their raoelTlng two- 
thirds of an money and proflU de- 
rived therefrom. Be further alleges 
that the defendants, as a result of 
a sale of the claims, have received 
1300.000. On the other hand the de- 
fendanL-t Rpet itically deny that there 
WTvs ttnv such agreement, oral or 
oUierwlse. but that the plaintiff of 
hLi own metloa ahandnnart tbe 
claims. 

Intereatlllg quesUans of law and 
tact are Invotved, and the trial Is 
rnqmrtfil to last for several daya. 

Oounael engaged In the case are 

Mr. R. A. Maclean. KC and Mr. 
P. J. Slnnott for the plaintiff, and 
Mr. R. M. Macdon»l(i t l thf law 
flm of MacdonaM v r> pier, of 
Vancouver, and Mr. W U. Bullock- 
Webater. for all the defendaata. 



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Increased •4.681.687 over tbe 

nionrh In ID28. bringing tbe total to 

$14.337. L-ifi. 

Air HodticUon Ca porchases acre- 
age in Toledo for an oxygen plant 
u> supply autotnottve Indostry. Tbe 
company'.s acetylene plgiit Ii bataig 
Aiarted there. 

President W. A. Hawkps of Cnn- 
goleum denies report of an tmpend- 
fa ig m erger of important manufsc- 
turen of bard surface doth cover- 
ings In which tbe nrmn^^j ufui 

to be iitohidcd. 

factory industry eontlntua at a 
hWtt rate of activity. wetUy tnde 
leTlewa report, but wholesale and re- 
tall distribution is hampered some- 
what by continued unaeaaonably cool 
and wet weather In many parte of 
the country. 



MF.TAL MARKETS 

NEW YORK. May li.-«iS«all 
nominally unchanged. 



NEW YORK StfCAR 

MEW YORK. May 11 -Allhmigh 
the sugar futurea market was closed 
today, the spot maiteC was opaa aa 
usual, but no fresh b uab waa ma ra- 
ported aiad prices were uaehanged 
at S.I8 for spots, duty paid. It was 
reported tbe bustaaas on IMday. hi- 
oludtng duty freea VBA Ottban. ag- 
gngated SM.000 bagit m local rrOn- 
erles at tbe 3JW delivered price 

All reftoem advancfd ii^t pricM 
of refined in thr bA.-il.s of .SDO for 
fine gmnulated Ye^UT^av * tran- 
sactions at the 4 7S i^-vfi wfTf luid 
to have been of h^^vv propor- 
Uoos and of rnr '>lume to 

take cart of ri-^t i' • ntenla fbr at 



record May 13. This Is equal at 
,> h.ilii h but foreign buyers, aa exchange rate for stock to regular 
• .ur (ompeUtor.1 in the ex- quarterly dividend of 75c payahle 

jfjii nv'.d. promptly rednc^d prices, March IS on Pacific Ughtln? com- 
even t)erorf Lhrst- ralc^i arc t.j ffo mi..n. 

mto effect. Aa a result, &o f^r aa | Int«maUonal Mercantile Marine 
price Is oonoemed. there is no more i stockholders will vote on reoapt- 
hope for an export outlet for our i tuUxation plan on June 34. 
wbeat than bafore tbe rale reduc- Federal Reaerve Bank of Ban 
ttooa wen aoDOuneed. ftanelseo made no diange in Ita re- 

The ataSamant that has been ' discount rata of 4 1-i per fiaot. 
made that redueed prices would re- j United States foreign trade in 
suit tn no greater consuniption or eleotilcai equipment during March 
grneraJ demand for wheat thAn 
when wheat was amund i^p- 
pears to l>e suhetanttaLrd Th. i-. 
lie ^uch thing as going lo an crxport 
ti;ii'.% S'l lonjt as competitors reduce 
'heir prices conslstrntly and pro- 
portionately to our advance. Argen- 
tina 1.1 meeting all compettUon, and 
the congeatlon at Montreal shows 
how Indifferent foreign buyers are 
at tbe vnaant ttane. 

WiNmt BSmtATB 

The Winter wheat eatlmate of the 
Oovemment showed about the 
same abandonment of acreage aa 
private reporta, but a little loarar 
condition tbaa generally expeeted. 
wltb a crop of SM^,000 bubela. 
thla aattanate was lower than the 
average of private estimates, which 
was 618 000 000 bU5hpl5, but .^howmg 
16.000. i.X)0 bu.-hrb more I'mn a year 
ago. when t he crop was large. It 
would requirr a vtvid Imagination 
lo construe the rejmrt bullish cx- 
ctpt by comparison -kvU private 
e5tlmates. With tiarveAt only a 
month to six weeks away, and n<^ 
CTOp troublea of consequence tn an v 
aectlon outside of tbe North Paeuic 
Coast, the question of finding a 
market tor a combined surplus of 
old and new wheat, win teat Uie in- 
genuity of tbe trade. Farm legisla- 
tion Is dragging along and the m- 
jection cf the debenture amend - 
ment mto the situation is invohuu 
the quexLlon matertsJly. As a trade 
factor thf prndlni; Farm BUI at 
preaen'. ha.s Mttic rffpct. 

Pncff, arr lo-* enouflh to sxin ai- 
mofit anybody, but thp fact remain.s 
Uiat outside of a por^blUty of the 
market becommg undersold, the 
direct mcanuves for buytiv wheat 
are enttnly alalkbig toaifii to make 
any marked reversal In Mntlnerr 
May longs who changed to Ju. 
have had a draatlo loss In pri. - 
shown the past week. 

The open interest in July is 
heavy, the bulls face tbe prospect of 
deliveries of both old and new 
wheat unle&s there is a marked 
change m the rash conditions. Crop 
news can and dops many times 
change quickly but. until it does. It 
«'tll br hard to f>ht^in much aggres- 
.ilve buying aupport. r 

Com— BuU-^ In mm hnvc had 
niorp of ,1 ftpcaking pan r^tenUy 
'lian fho " in wheat, th^rr l>elnK 

.M-venii tmllutfi featttrott. mcluding 
the small reoolpu here and ta the 
West, and excellent ditpping de- 
mand wltb liberal shipments and 
good-alaed chartera. Late plantmg 
talk helped steady price-s at times, 
but is hardly an Important factor 
until after the middle of the month. 
While fhr canh .situation la strong, 
longa havr not bw'n able to hold 
their own and Rrndualiy liquidation 
increased unU] Uie prrnenl situation 
deve l oped. It is reaks^inabi'' expert 
that weather will permit a unrmiii 
oom acreage to be planted, while 
wltbln a abort tbne country market- 
ings of com normally increased. 
With tbe price level of com made 
to look abnoRoaUy bli^ by tbe tre- 
mendous shrinkage In small grain 
prices, n la a question whether buy- 
ing will be> sufficient to oRaet tbe 
faltering courage of tbe bulls. 
OATS 

Oat*— News on osis has favored 
holders but. as in n>m, the market 
ha.t been handicapped by the gen- 
erally tyarLih feeimg inapired by 
thr ';i>tmp in wheat. Reoalpii have, 
n man vHli but StOe aOttntryL 

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Rv Liquidation han l>een aboUS 
rirx'^.ie SS in wheat Prtoes are 
drrwn to a low irvel A modecate 
crop la indicated, but there la not 
muota export bartoan at iiimini. 
and tba marttM vO 1M gu i aiu a d to 
wheat 



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miniBf issues recently indica^*-^ the re- 
awakened interest in the I'aciiic Northwest 
■MOing market, and sppcart to indicate a very 
active mining market throughout the Summer, 

While i fadiwg in^Maing atock» haa infresaed , 
the demand tor good oil speeulaiionft has not 
lessened, with the result that heavy volame is 
ihr daily rule of the Vaneouvar Stock £x- 

chanRc. 

Important pUn> have been aVIMBBCed by 
many iinning com|ianir< (or the developldent 
nf their prf»perlir> ilnnti^: ihr Summer, arid as 
a result the sounder issues have been picked 
up in anticipation of aa activa market for ibftac 
stocks during the Sammer. 
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valnable information in conoection with 
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Fifteen wells will be drilling within a radius of one mile of our No. 1 Well, vhkh 
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is household, bouiE::ht to.ooo'shares. This is YOUR opportunity of making the 
inonev YGU DID NOT make when you could have bought Home Oil at >1. 



Highwoud Imperial, Hearing production, Is now 
structure. When this well comes in 



listed at >1 1 and on the same 



You Won't Buy Outwest at the Price Row Offered 



Mo aubfcription Acc«ptsd tMsr $SOlOO 

Make All Chcrtues Tayahlr t-t Canadian Financiers Trust Co. 
or Newman & Fyfc, J i.'-ral Ajfenta. Va»eoover, B. C- 

AcSdrcaa All Commbnicationa to 






Ptease allf^t mr _ _ . 
Ootweil Petrolctima, for 
cloocd find 
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aharea in 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, MAY \2, 19J0 



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' BolU nr> t'''- rcKiiliir »avlnK!> from 
your current enrniogt, provitioa 
for th* ilnriinwMMi of ih« 
niCim* 

• Put hj m deilnite proportion of 

your salary r^ery jms Aa\. 

RcguUr aavukg lead* to ftn^ndat 

DOMINION BANK 



. ICTORIA BRANCH 
J. R. SCOBY. If ANAUi^R 



90 



Finance and Commerce 



HEAVy DEMAND 
FOR OIL SENDS 



Mi 1.4M At U 



»t .14i 




Some ProfilTaldng Near 

Close at Varu ouvri l»iit 
Majority of luUCS Hold 
Near High 



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too >t 1 eo. a.SM at I ftt Ltik 

13.100 *t 41. «M *l 13^ IM fti .M 

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Kcvu-iiaj KIM— S.Mt U .4t4 IJM 

Lucky JUTh- IM »t 11 

BC- Bmu-Ic. fid 1 at ULM. 
T«mio<i» : iw') *t 06. 

' Woodthi..' »:F<) ml Mi lUN •! Jn. 

Mi.f (Vkk Oi'.) «l 01 1.000 al H 

Mi I- 1 [.ill 'iS .jijlwr 



Will 



MINES WNTSNVE 
TO BE NEGLECTED 



DKCIBION A BAR!) ONI 



tMitia, oonduelar of tbt 
ipuM TroubMloun twsrt tbtontlk 
MJIO. Mfewvta, hid m hard 

deeldlns lN^t1r««n th" violin uid the 

old. Tiie ctannei won. LuUn ■Im 



played thr trap drtuii for •everal 
years. Now hp duifi'-!' hi* Ume be- 
tween the ittnt Aiid leadlnr his or- 

More than 000 honat took pwt la 
the ncent annuat pumd* ol 



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twnty or more national 
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jroa could identify oo 
ma If the adiiiUtm^ 
mat wore UddaiL Yon f** 
uosiitac tbcM adw^ttMBBMti 
by famUiar characterledci that 
have become stamped upon 
your mind by frequency of 
contact and continuity of 
fliyla. Such edvertialnff cr*- 
Mat cmnbtln nhM and 
mdtr tc^ntlnltnoti Wft are 
bl the poti6on lo creait char- 
acter In your advertiiins. Pot 
over 20 ycara we havr cre«ted 
nomptper and mail advertit- 
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EstablUhed 190t 



Phone 1915 



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Co BUa ctofi and Writcra^lUtaa Qaottd on l«ocaI, 
Oemlwlftn and Poftlcn PnbHrHont 

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VANCOUVER. May 11 —A hcary 
demand for oil tharM and a decid- 
ed^ upward swine f''aii:ri>d trmdUic 

oh thf fllork cxchaii^i' Saturday. 
Juat bpffirp the cln'.r some proflt- 
taking develops, but tti« ina>orlty 
of Issues cloftrd iiL-ur the hlfb of 
the nnslon. Mini^ continued to be 

Advancr OU featured with a Jump 
to ti*.90. but etitd off to clooa « 
ctroneer at |ia.M. SooM OU mowtd 
up 7Sc to $38. with a high «f •38^. 
AJ». oonaoUd&ted. a haavy tndor. 
touched 1.1 10. okHdng lac «trt»«er 
at ^ 02. Cahnoot gained tOc to 
SS.76 and Dallas wait up Ac at (3 IS 
Dalhousle. on meagrr ofTrrlnffs WH« 
lOc nmipr at »5 3b Mcnoutfall- 
SefTur waa th<> onf acUvr Issue to 
law itrniiD'l rloalng 10c ofl at $6.75. 
Th'- tia<anci> of the Utt rauftd from 
imchangwl to lOc flmer. 

In the mines, price chanffci were 
narrow, George Copper making the 
graattik lost, teiitng do>vn t»$t,aU 
Mo. I*end OrelUe dooad So low«r 
at ISJS. 



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IS al i.4Tt SOO et 140. 
BMvar ■UTor S.SSS al .H 
Blvehlrd— 1.S40 al H 
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l.OB: 10 at 1 

Rufoa-Ananta— SO at 
1. 100 at at 

Ruth'Hoiw- MO at JU. 

al .as: 300 al aa 

stivaromt^oo al .ffli 
4.eoo at .era 

BUrantup— 4,100 at Jti MO at 
Slaeaa Km— s.ooo at oe. 
BDOirfUtW— 1.M0 at tl. J.M Oat l-7V». 
a,ftOO at .it: SOD al .««. 
Whlt«wat«r— 4,tM at 7S 
MMimt OU-M al I.Hi SOD at LtV. 100 

^iaD*iDlkr^ at fJli MO al •m M •« 

t.TS. 

sicLaod— aa at sasi so ai itoi i.&m 
at s.so, 

iCeUouaall Saaur (d«wi— u at i M. 
UrDousall Staur (aip >— MO al 1 00. 
AdnoM OU— SO at U.OO. TS al U V>. 350 
St 11 Mi as al UMi SO at 1&.3S. 200 at 

A P. oeamiasfe* m a s.m: «t 
I osi t.ise as an: iTJoe at %Mi mo at 
ft.as; 3.sto' at s.ia 

OtaiUoc PaaUo—SM M aSB; TOS at asS; 
ISS at ».Oi l.3tS al S 4»: SSt SI sja 

Basant OU— soo at ae: too al M: SSS 
at: 1.400 al .SB: l.SOS 04 M. 

BoBtti«ea(~SO at 7.oa 

Turnar Vtllmj~aao at laa 

UnltMl OUj (ZA-ID— U al U.OO: UO 
at 11 » 

BuniiaM :vf' at \.n. 

AaMotatad Olta-lOe at 9 10; 100 at S.U; 
ISO at saS: SOS at SJS. 

Brttlab DeiaUilan— 100 at I li 

Oalmnt (Ml— «.TiO at .t so. >00 at S «: 

aaiB at s*: Tw at » 1 JO* ai am 

BOS at S SO 

CoousmiWMltb 6«o al m. aeo at 1.4«: 
100 ai I (7. too at 1 t» 

Uainouak Oil- a ai IS. 7 a at MO; ISO 
al SSS. »M» at .110. lOo at a.lS: 110 
al S.4S. _ 

Dallaa OU MO at 3 70. 50 at 3 TSi SOS 
al I 00: MS at a.U» ISO at I SOi 

o««aaua~soo at %M, m al LStt Mao 
at i ssi iM al tJi: i^at el Utt m 



1. 



■aal«veil*ua al tM 

at a Ji: M SI eta 
fafeinarwe-i.oto at .i»> am at 

SOS ei jtr ssc ai .iiH. 
yrwhew tjso at i.soi sis at l as, 
Kami OU— asoo at a.lii ftJSB at UO: 

**H«»*'oil~S.T3i at ».Oil II al sato: 
140 at 33 tS: SS ai SSIS. 
linnoia-Allwfia al 1>VI| SM at 

1 73 . &0 al I 71 
Harlaoe Oil l.MO at IIM. _ 
Urtcurv -400 at 1 il; aOOt al l.«h Ti 

at I SI. SOO at 1 44. 

epmmet- 2Mfi at I DO, 1.340 at a.SSl SO 

at 4.0S. 

v«icaii--eoo at aooL so at sia 
HoBsoiwe ISO al l as. 
Loworr PMe— lOS at s oa 
Kaa o i- H Jtl al Lis: iSS at Lll; tt 



bwome dPcJdedly active once 

UKaktnt; throimJi llir relatively 
narrow prirc ruii^e which mobt ol 
Oiera havf l>e«ii in lor several weeks 
past. While wo believe that UniuM 
Corporation hat deddcd poautiu- 
iVm aw a pvMior «|«« ^/apid 
riaa of tha mattt m nm vaat lew 
days niggeale that trading prali- 
be accepted. It L-. lr> be nuted Uui! 
aa soon aa Uir: niArltPt rrgiilncrt 
more confttletH^e, TltnlcMi IloUcr 
Bcarlnt; re.Miincil lt.^ adiaili''* i'r''- 
Vlously ttc have Miiige.-iU-i-l i.ri;il t. ■ 
frtocli haft aijjwiir' fl ui be under u.< - 
'tiniiilHtion, anJ w would agaiu 
rrcmnrnend purchiLit,'. 

Stevait Wamar la another issue 
wtuch appear* to be emeiglng irom 
an armmiiiatkm period and to be 
pointed higher. On Iwllrttail earn- 
ings and on dMdMd return. Includ- 
ing the fltoek dlTtdcnd. ute sfiares. 

Wt OOBttnUe to bdlova, ar<- r{-Ullv<<!y 

eiliaap. 8le*art Wam-r coined 
$tJBn tn Qie fliflt Quarter and L^nu .M. 
we think, earn aiwugb in the .5<-< oim 
.sH ai M<k'-\ Q"'"^^ ^ make the aU sionUi:/ 
rstuiu -■■•.IT the fqU 7«ar oasn 

dlvid'-nJ t2JS0. 

V\.\1X 8TREF.T MIRROR 
Pubac uLUitv litupfl, with Un:f*-.l 
Corpora Uon a.s The iirAdcr, an 
)ifaded highw. The .siirtrp advitin ,' 
In ConsolldJit<?d (t:i.s rtt'.ii'.i buyin.; 
lu anliclpatioa of vaiuablo ntftu^ 
with the oQcvlng of new stock. 
Rumor hat It that aaettiv big pub- 
lic uiUlty itsna, Btetzte Bond & 
Share, is ahcrtly to be Sated on the 
stock Exchange. 

Excellent buying Is maktni: ap- 
pearance In Packard Motors, the 
latest report being that the nirvv 
Diesel engine may be used In mow 
Cars. 

News Kit a decidedly conEtructive 
Datura «• ahead tn Boach Mag- 
neta rurthar adyanoe tai the atook 
Is ctloae al hand. 

lUe eUa eaiattaae mD boogtat* es- 
pecially Standard of nnr J araey. 
XoTeaCaent ^'"'fIiw Si Npnclad in 
VB. Rubber. 

STOCK itaaxn opinions 

ftliJOB ft "^Rtttdj^^lVb are In- 
clined to believe that Bfarland and 

Sinclair may be the next laues to 
move. 

Hombloinr & Weeks— We believe 
with the eajdng of money pressure 
and ihe publicity given the con- 
itrur 1 1 ve in terpretatlon of the 
brokers' loanx fdtuaUon. public con- 
fidence win tend to be restored. The 
oUa ofler the best potalbUKles with 
only a nominal risk. 



llOI/I.S M. il ChH 

' IS HEFUSED BAIL 



cnrthVtK May ii. — on the 
groond that the new trial of tAoU 

'M. Aufipr foniicr MP for P Teaoo tt . 
I had b«4 i! sr(ii;> i1 .Ki A t(i hrililUJty, 
1 Mr Jtfit-u-c Hmiii.i.s, ir. Um- r^jpremr 
Court "! 'vriLiirio UwIav rT';i.'rfii -dp 
plLcaUmi lor bail, liia Lordship, m 
giving hit rterlstnn. declared be 




peaal^r aa oonvlctlaa for mnrdar, In 
wtalah eaae< when new triala were 
etthwed. no ball waa gnalad. The 

new trial whlrh irrently gimnted 
by tti'- Api>riUii«- <'..Mn of Ontario, 

hi-i.l Tit M. ( >i-t.>hrr 
A-ifc''T -AtL.-. .-otiv). u-d li^re oeveral 
»c^-iu a«o uf havm^ cocnmittad a 
grave offence sgalnst Miss Laurence 



llMtbL aeteabiw yeaf-old Hawker 



That talimiliiiabwa and 
Afiled worbin bl BbBfarr ua t»U 

than VI a week, and bOOaBll 
tradc.\ workers Rfl as lOW aa gl i 
day. Li riftiincd In a rooant an» 
notxnccmeni by the Hungarian Na* 
tknal Labor AgHgBMy. 



TOe at UOi BO 



.Alta.-~4.itl al \m Uei al Lit. 



Eastern Markets 



rtrw% and Oaaimaat oa _. 
auas kf a. r. Olara m oa. CTlssoiSai. 

UMlHg 



NMOBE 



♦ BOURBON • 



Pit gdrartiacoicnt if not pnhli^hrd or 'li^phyr<I hy 
Oovcrmucnt oi ifntiab 



the Liquor Cofrtrol 6a«r4 or by the 
ColtuoMa 



COMING E\'ENT3 
Tradine It.oma on Stocks — Amer- 
ican In,' r::..tlivnal Is mcfOng with 
excellent buyuig and, when general 
raaikM cnadlMnns become atable. 
the tCoek should have an important 
rorward more. Hie oooipaajr'a hold- 
ings are undarvtood to taiehide a 
Butwtahtlal block of oertatn Itsuea 
which have recently enjoyod large 
advanoet, yet "AL" baa not reflected 
thla appreelatlon market wise. 

International Combustion appears 
to be In one of its periodic upward 
moves. The stock has excollent pot- 
ftlbUities for the future, and we 
tt'f'uld follow .strength and activity 
In It. However. ooOftrucMve com- 
oiiunenis should be protected with 
a t^ioint ttoploeg order* 

Bhidahr hat betn under aocum- 
ulatlon during the past tew dayi^ 
and it likely to have a new forward 
more In the near future. The oil 
situation In general appears to have 
taken a definite turn for the better, 
and Sinclair, with Its all-around 
fHcLIlties. should be particularly 
If ;ii-ni*d. 

M^rmnn Motors Is doing a record 
t '.i.'^lnr^-: this y<-ar. and it would not 
be ni all nurpnskng U the company 
were to triple the earnings of Its 
laet flaeal year, when 4iS «ai re- 
ported, "yaesr is ukety to be one of 
the leaden In the motor market 

Bamsdall Corpora tloo— In addi- 
tion to being one of the leading 
producers of light oil, which la mr- 
rtfitly con mi and I nf( a prf?mium, 
UamsdaU owns Isrif Hcreaat- tn the 
newly discovered oU tlrld In the 
mld-rontlnent. district. ITve com- 
pany.) ftittire po.'Ltlbllttlea are there- 
by materially increased and "BDI" 
oould eaallr voKk «p aaoMar U 
polnta. 

OenaoUdatcd Oaa to befaig well 
bought aad should ttU higher on 
the ourrent move. Moreorer. there 
to a likelihood that the tnuied Cor- 
poration will makp an offer to rx- 
change iLi aharr-i for Iha^e ol C''»n- 
'r>i!dftted. possibly pn n t-Ao-trir-one 

MORNING BTO< K I.F:TTtR 
PraotlcaOy all the rtnphajtis In 
relation to the petroleum industry 
h&r. been laid on production curtaU- 
ment, and little or none upon in- 
In.ooniumptlon The latter Is 
taken for granted, aa each succeed- 
Inc year has witncased a iteatly and 
substantial gain in the use of re- 
fined produeta. ¥re underhand oU 
beUeta that there to aa aaeel- 
lent ehanoe of a larger than normal 
Increase in the ounsumptlon of re- 
fined prodticts thla year, which, U 
production of crude ta kept mod- 
iKif below prwrnt output level, 
will mean a better yf^r than last 
for the refining cooipanie* Market* 
for refined product* have Jaletf 
ehown a somewhat stronger tona. 
Ml raot, have been relatively 
Bna em ilnoe the flnt of the year. 
Admlttedtar the oU share* arc slow 
movent and % period oC aceumula- 
ttott to ihMl M Ukaly to be of ta^er 
dnattoD tea fnr eaampto, bi moat 
of thr indiiatrlal Issues: poetlbly 
because the coat of earrylag stocks 
Is 80 high and immediate IncflDie 
return on majority of oil shares so 
small The oil shares will be even 
slower then uaual Id reglsterlns a 
deflnlta up-trend We do think. 
Hbw^er. there u a large waiting 
boylBC fliiwawrt loc the oOti «&tok 



VANCOVVER WHEAT 

VAWOOtTTkR. May 1 J - r^jturi-i qnnta. 
Unna: Op^n nirh l^w Cloar 

Ma? nosb ll0\h np\b i!0\b 

July 111^0 ii3\b ii:\h insb 

w nnist ii .... UBHb na\b insb itsHb 

Oadl prlcaa>Na l aior . iiov, i Nor.. 
IST%: a Hor., 101%i 4 «h*al. 9I\; I 
vhtak M%: « whaat. .'t\ ferd. sr.\ 



TRAFTIC PRf)BI.F..M BIO 

London is expanding .to rapidly 
thal^UlgOBtgrowing lis transporta- 
tloo avMaift. and methods of relief 
are being studied. jOne plan, ad- 
vanced by Sir Henry JaobaoD, M J*., 
a member of the Trfl*Mloin Ttefla Ad- 
visory commtttea, taat anbvsy 
trains running fram the oentre In 
all directions, and connecting with 
short Hi islance omnlbos servlou. 
ad vocal es eltantnatbig the !<>-.- 
distance bus Unea. some of ii 
travel ten miles to London and cnn- 
gest both highways and city sueetj; 
"Undergnmnd and electrical trains 
wm be the eoly aolutlon of this 
growing tran^Mttpvoblam.*' he says. 
Londoo't populaUao la IM3 was 



gMMO. n U nearly 8.000M0. 

and aa aniund the outaklrta new 
tovaa are rtoUv* lo that the city's 
tanaolea haw qvead tweftfj-ilve 
mllea. 




OUR SPECIAL 




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Mlntet Sisdt and Ott Ipecktttta 
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CAPITAL 
MIMNG OIWERTAKIRGS 

Industrial or PnbSc UtlUty Com- 
penlee wiebtaig to raiae addldonsi 
taoda of from i50,ODO to {soo,0(» 
lor dsvdopmentB and extensions 
by meens of Bond or Share Issues 
an liivHee ta toBimantiraw «uh 

BYRNE & LANE 

74 Lowtr LeMott St, 
DabUn, Itvbmd 

UNDERWRITING AND 
ISSUTNG OP CAPITAL 
For Ap pr oved Industrial and 
Minihg Undertakings 
BSTABLmuien iao7 
T>»» fa«1UIMa al Um firm I diapoaal tvr 
haadllM aoae Umm vtlh Urn nlal- 
num ol vKpMMa tnabta U ta pwrssaaa 
■nob toavM u s— taraia wtalab an wwn 
ravarabi* to tba bgwawlas m tm 



11:* ririw'aJi M«rkr; m..,- ...» 

lhan ) f«00 rwpiM at pt[i»p«*un to ^.n 

ui'r*tin« rnaau mA waaa^aat in 

v-|u<I* offrnnaa WhMi M aSOVWOt A' 

A taar yarn VVBSS^MotSIa ahsi 



New Issue 

$100,000.00 

Sandy Beach Inn 
and Golf Links, Limited 

$10.00, 7% Sinking Fund 
Cumulative Preferred Shares 



MW mm ht m Nm 
CUMfa al if/M mU 



Pntrnti as Is MMh mi JMtmi, «f $IOJOO im hmhmlmg ti^mMm md at $ltM ki vebntei Be ulrf rf n n 
snMM Is « M taMMg saaailsthM jUimJ *f 7% pm mmm. UU trm Mag lA. Meftis 
felnwv fat, Hn ftL Ampml U mi NmtmJkm- Im ki easfr gsw, 

NeSMtkr /•!. 1929. md mm U tm da 

Hoiim^ m mt iMM ^ 
It 



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IM Hm CT 
falmd*. 
m 90 



RegHiitrsr and Transfer AgentiT 

THE ROYAL TRUST CO.. VICTORIA, 

Bankers: 

BANK OF MONTREAL. VICTORIA. B. C 

Regtotered Offke o( the Cosnpenw: 
•OTTB U BANK OW MONTBBAL BLDoTviCrOKIAf H C 



CAMTAliItATION: 

Aothoriscd To Be tseoed 

Preferred Shares of tlO.OO each, fuDv paid 10.000 shs. 10.000 sha. 

Common Shares of Sl.OO cacli. fully paid 10.000 sha. 10,000 sha. 

All Common Sharct he ismrd jre held by tiir Wji.ihjii I'jfk. 1 t-i , :i hnldfog company (or the above. 

CAPITALIZATION OP THS MAIAUAT PA&K. LTD.. (Holding Company): 

Authorised To Be laaoad 
Sbaraa ol $LM iSOflOO aba. ZSnjW 



ASSSTS: 

Thr \f,t!ahar I'ark, I.imil'''t. hrr^iniffer ralleil the ITnlding Company, has for sale ntne(y three 
I m'- ran^iiii* trnm ,i ihinl .-»f an acre lo one acrr. and \ further area of tlurly-fivr acre* adioinme it lor 
inrtlirr ?!il. . h vision, ci 'nwrvativcly estimated at a sale valnr r.f $75,000.00 Fly .iRreemcnl brtwrrn tlie 
directors r.i ihc Holding Company and tho Sandy Reaitii Inn A (iolf I.ints Co . Ltd., hrrciri.il1er called 
the Ssndy Hcach Co.; the Holding Company agrees fte transfer lo the Sandy Beach Co. 125.000 com- 
mon shuct of the Holding ComiMBy and MO aoes in the prop<irty of the Holdinfi Company, and the 
proteedl of the net sale of each lot in die present poaaession of the Holding Company, and in return 
tlie SxDflv Dcach Co. agrees to transfer to the Holding Company the whole of their cf>mmon shares 
and $16,500 in cash. The Sandy Bcacb Company, for the benefit of its preferred shareholders, agrees (o 
put a«ide not 1r!iB Ihsn 10% of the net talc money received from the sale of lots, to be ased tn ihr 
repurchaser of the 7% preferred issue, if possible at or below par, or otherwise the money to be ftivested 
and the bslauce from Ihe sale Of the Iota to be used in bcttenneniB and hnpfovcment^ inchnUng ex- 
trnsion of the Tourist Reaort and Bwrc partlcdarty the COtMtructJoa ol the Golf Uui U the 
directors, may see fit ' 

N'o further isstie of preferred shares may be made, and n-^ i.^n'l >r r-i . riB^n may ba pieced on the 
aasets of the Company without the consent of 75% of the preferred shareholders. 

It has been stated by competent aathorities. who have carefully eiamined the varinui aspects 
this undrrtaltinK. that when the development has been completed the following should be a fair esti 
mate of the minimum value of fBch aaett« less and tubject to otuai depredatioa ol the baltdtng^. 
furnishings, and equipment: 

Holdfaig Compaaer^ land aiaeta (e ich iJ in Ootwanw Bhareg cf Sandy BaaA 

Company) - 



Inn Site and the Beach. 



The Inn (cost of constnactlon). 

Purniahings (at coat) 

Golf LinkK Site. 120 acrce 



Lakes and Riitht of Roadway therto. Lots 104 and 114 (122 acrta). 
Surplus Grounds (Perk, Riding Trails, etc). Lot 17fi (595 acrea)- 

Wsterworks snd Bettermenta — - - 

Cash , 



7S.000.00 
25.000.00 
40.000 00 
20,000.00 
U.000.00 

WHflOOJOO 

fht assets and the real estate of the Sen^ Beach Co. are and wOl be, dvrf»9 Uie lifetime of thene 
preferred tharee. the direct pio pei ty of (be preferred tbarebaldcrt of the fiandy Beach Co.* and it 
IS further agreed that the moaicp raallaed froea the tale of tbete iharea abaO be JUbiirw d aa abown 
in Ihe followhit pwacrapb. 

PURP08K 07 rsstm 

To construct a modem, vp-to-date and ItiorDnghly equipped Inn of .1(1 bedroomt, wdlh necejuary 
public accommodation, and also to develop a funy modern inuH^t resort, vrith golf links, ridinn, 
tennii, bathing^ boatlAc gad fishinu. th-? monrv rai-rd hy tHi« i^ne to be ci^endM aa SoUowai 



PROPOSED EXPENDITURK 

BnOdfng 

Water inatallstion. rompletbic read^ onpaataic 
conrta. and wadmg pool, cleatlftg b a a ch, ai& 
Fnmiahing and equipmem i. 
Coet of dcvelopcnent to date i. ■ ■ 
Werfabig capital .and i nd d tnta l t ~ 



t dttjOOftlM 



17.3SO.0O 
tl00,O00J» 



The above Agurea weea arrived at after oMriinlnjj estimates from cootractort, 

ESTIMATRD EARNlhKSS 
Baaed on rates of SS 00 to tS.OO per day, according to season, and making ample 
allowancea for vacancies st all times, the estunated groas revenue conaerv- 

stiveiy can he placed at — 

Kartra meals, banqucta. afternoon taaa . 

BaaUhg^ Mat, iMmb. M 



3.i00.M 



I49,S50.00 



Two 
Two 
Two 



Months 



10% 



Vscandea 



^teva ow H tbfci 



The nsaat^r of one of the moii famous Cansditd felorte eallgMtci tbgf iba above eamhlta a< 
very coneecvative and eriU more likely h^ exreeded 



OPERATING KXPENasa 

Salaries. Management snd Staff ^ - 

Taaen and Insurance 

Light. Fuel, Lsundry . 

Printing and Adveftiaing — ■ 



S1,S0DJ» 
1,700100 



S I.S00JO 



Merduwdlae, Uteben eappUaa, aaah far gotate and 



Revenoe 



10.000 Prat Bharea, tlO.OO each, at 7% 



4,MOjO0 
1147X00 

$49.S$0J>0 

24.572. on 

•i5,Z7gOO 



17,000.00 



On ibe requctl of the Bond Dcalcre an independent report Vbi ifKcn, which showed that 
operatiat espeosca (tfen above are ceaaiderably bi excess ol «bat aay ba aapacicd. 

OXKSCTORS 

Michael Robert Jamteson. lOtS Jocn Creacent. Virioria. B. C 

Francis M K«"rnbur7. 1701 Beach Drive. Victona. B. C* 

Robert W. Maybcw, 2551 Beach Drive. Victoria. B. C 

Mark Orahan. tlU Oranitc StrMt. Vtctocta. B. C. 

Robert Rnaeil Web^ t7M >c AoR ftbaat, Vielaili, B. C 

Brwei LyaU Tdt. B«k al M a w Heil BrtlMi^ Vktaria, B. C 

H. B. Boormsn. B. C Bond Corporatlan, Ltd. 1 To rapreaeni tba 

S. M Oliver, Branson. Brown « Ctt.. Ud. t Vsctovla Bond Dealere 



PRICE of the 7% Pvelened Share. _ _ 

(WMibaMidlltabM of ti.oo each of the 
(HoldlRC Coopany) 



^ %\M0 each 



The f oOeiriaB Csaipadht iM flet ym 
HUGH ALLAN, LTD. 
6. C. BOND, CORPN^ LTD. 

V. W. ODLUM 8c CO. 

R, P. CLARK & CO.. LTD. 

G. A. STIMSON & CO.. LTD. 



Ml Mb of dM propeiltieai 

BRANSON, BROWN ft CO.. LTD. 
MEHAREY, ROB & COn LTD. 
MILLER. COURT ft CO., LTD 

CHRISTY. HALL ft CO^ LTD 
GILLESPIE, HART & TODD, LTD, 



TTta 



la tM> »rf«*EH(iM Bt. ant «nar>nt«*4. b«t •r* h^wl 
r.liuti^ ajui «n wkUb «• aciaa la «tt*f1na irii» m< ■ 



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rWE DATLV COT.OVT?T. VTCTOUnC BC Sl'XDAY. MAY 12, 1929 



Impprtant Notices, Employment, Business an d Pr ofessional Directory, Wants, Etc. 



W^Daify CoiomBt 




vom cukMKtnmu oft WJun 

AD VKKT ISUCXNTH 

Oni utd «o* -IiaJ cam* 
xttruon. iiiD* cfnU ft vaia 
minimutii Irn 

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mi.UjU. t> DO lot r*':!) aClilUialial U> 
flLun Uiif.B«r». C*td> Ot TttftftlL* fto4 

■ M'T'""^"' •knIKvt tl )><■ Ht iDU/llAd 

a.rtn Kttuo*. ii oo p«t nucttion 
SiMtMM o« I'tofuMuMl Cfttda oi tmm 
Mftl wMs ftl ■!.» Mr Oar Mff Motta. 



irrutd u ft b«t 
• I vardtil l» ttwJr 
'■rs« lit Icn frr.K 
<l1ri Id ihii n 

•.in^r or BOTdi- 



privktft ■ddrrt 

)T ir Hi- !ur (. 

i> lilt** 



• ANOUCAN 



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llMMr. T.M V OL. rfOMoni: prMeter. 
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w«M pouibla Lo cMiLinatvtektB Uifou^b 

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to Loan !.. 

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l^mnty for aau 

r-w^tt Waato4 

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"•w oad Baard Wanted 

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Xpo*— Tium POR pmam. bhaxx- 

nmi batlMBoia itM. tater itM 
monthlf: alM eli^« Railvar Aaaocto- 



AHK MONKV I--< BUIUXnO III Tt:- 
■ I* • da> la raaalar ar.al* Uwrii 
hiah*( ittcovki* fnr bmh wlio can rra4 Blur 
prinu and xunai* tmU. 8«nd (i>r plana 
and toME. Horn lit ruad Blur pnau " 
Matird BIda Utpi . 3IM onLc«A«> 

Tcob CoUeta. Ill K- Bt . Cb:«ftaa. lU ■ 
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■vTo ooaoranoii bot balaiit paid 
J-^ to bn laloaawn MUa laod aoraaa- 
ftltlf- Btato aat. rvlaraneaa, aalair «i- 
pa* tad anil paai vip^nrnc* in mretioa 



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altbi mand. tvpo- 



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alona Ro«. Rmrir Kcot paxnr Uothi-r'i 
Dftf aorvkaa lu ftm.. Btindar Mhoo4 

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m.-, jjBildU "Bariold 



Onnfi> Hall. Cnuttnrr Rirvpi MVcvtQc 
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-ra PlMArtf luaak. a bob. 



r!tt< rTiijreh or CUriat. BclotiUat. Cham. 
b^Ti an^ Pandora. SarvlMa. II a m omi 

1 SO P fn Subleft for todftT. ' Adam nrxl 

Palli^n Uan " Toalimonla) iBr«li>ia Wriin^v- 
dBy. I p m Beadtna room and Irnding 
library, all aarward BolMina. daiU. If 
to ». Sandaj. 3 to a. Wodaaadai. II to T. 
nrilara an WBleoMt to lb* Mnwoa aoi to 
tlw nattw r 



.btif II firn « l< <>. t 
an4 tlBMiooiii till M'l.'.i 
cJaaa*-* Hooka aap ma . 
•rtuna, cw. 

I \pofZNO Pca Acvrr, cMunsioii. 

y for dfcMMt sAd HekiiMft iiMnnJMo; 
bit Bridlitr 70UM mwwEo MU iiSa. 
ntmUoaataJ Oaawllir Co . PrMMli * Ca . 
fl04 Pwt etrooU diatnci maoaaara Pbooo 
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CXFCRIEKCED 
I.(«*tvra Uotnra 

|^^H SCRVIOK station. 



OALPBMAN WAMTCD 
*^ crrlrncfl 

rHlab1« 
niMi piiblic and h« 
vtUi aatoft prcfarvad. 
Boi 91M. Otlanlal. 



hiiallor r«p#r'^nf* 
BtoU Mrllcuiftrs to 



Double Service in 

WantAcb 

\oa ran UiMaboM 9MV W* 

•"*<-rt..«.mf,>ia t.. Thr Cnlnmal 
VV* " '^'ft.-n Kiif rcslri) if. 

^**Ot AdvfTtMrn.rtUt lliftl 4« 
««Ciirry ,)„ „,,„r» ur 4.t.lrfaMI 
. ■-^'f- Ii»e«a, but ft C«I"rt»*t 

nomW. Per «Im Booom- 

' " toconrtBient to wriU BB 
'''^•^r, ,nd to rtr»B Um Bdver. 
o"u ''*"iS'« « wUI t*k« repliei 

Tfc« Colooiir Sen-ir- u ftTftil- 
•Ble frMn S ..in. to 10 p.in.. t*- 
c«Ptms Siwim PhottB It 



TO excBAvai 

(CooUnuadt 



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IT IITDATIONS WAMTSD- 
MAL£ 

(CoitLIiiUcd> 



WANTII>-I1AM TO OO 
1 1 work ftnd toko Mr* < 
Kirk Cdftl Co. UU iraad 



CAMim 



otJaboB 



WAMTBS-flOT WHO cXif AHBITBI 
i n aBBMBibUfc Apply eeri maiNr. 



OAKLAKDS MKtL 



Judft 0 

BlaiM. U ft 01.. Wortblp 1 P m.. achool 
1 P.n.. Ooapcl acrvkca AD ftrt «<l<:oiiir 



rMCnCAL CnUSTUNTTT 



tTKTTT OBNTRB 
?M TftUi airert 
Mrik 0»rdon Orftnt. Ij>adrr 
II fttn. cpoaker. Ur Harold Pratt 
Sobjirt. I Jotoualr Turn Krom All Wr<Fnf 
ThiBkInt" 
7;M p IB . woftk«r, Ura. aordoa Oful 

^Bahjael. 

"rni PATTBRM OP TBS TBO'Lr' 
_ Sondfty aoboDL. il 
TuftMfty. UM aad Baatlni Bbut 
Thntdpr. • PA atadf Claao 



OfOoo bwm. I to 4. ItdMlna r 
IS . W UB ypor 

Barrlea ovvrr d»F oteovi Baii 



PK^BTTiaMN 

8t Andrawa Cnurch. ft«» H p 8 mi- 
irall, B A. "Motbar-a Dar ■ Bundar achool. 
I a IB Tna miniaiar vUl offlelat« ai 
both a«f*lc«a MirmiD« II B«rtnoti. Tne 
UothoT «l U\* Crnaa" iJohn xl< aji Sola. 
"Moihaf .Prwlrricki. Ura Wm arant. 
ABthem. "o For a Cloaar Walk With dod" 
(|»oiteri: aolo, Mn Downard E»*iiinr. 
7 M: Srrtnon. '-The Pitih Commaridrrvi-tii ■ 
(Be. «». U(, Bole. Wh«» 1 Burraj Um 
WaBdMiaoroir (Heott. Mr. Praak SbmA- 



WANTB-A PmST-OLABS TCAURTKn. 
OMd to andtnc sad bftaamrnt «nrt. 
rru«l tn- a hutU^r, 14 ftO a dar B ox SOM. 

lyANTED- BRIOHT. mEROITIC BOT 
** to loftra a iqad bualnnt; oim> able 
to irpavrtto profarrad. Boi 4III. Cnlonut 

AKTKb — rmen-c\Jit»' auto m r 
■IWBU: b»h Tfti* at par for tba rlik| 

nABi fteftdf vorh. Aitpty p. Pilailoff. «f 

Tboo. niialoy. Lld- 



BXCSAlKn CAK POK LABOIL 
■MlaUnt fatwr. Apply. TM PUaday. 
PUataya oanwa, VBtw bni M 



_ jii for 

TBimiaHaiial CarraapoBdooea sebnto. 

OuwdiBo. LiBliad 
■m Tfttaa Bk Pbaoa llli: Roo. fntL 



14 WANTKIt— (FMAl.F. HH P 

Aouu. r-jH^ uuuBBwgAK, Ttours 
■dttiu: Bloaa la. ll dH #t>Ba > . Phdoa 
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BIRTHS 



=*D«T-*t Ihl Hoy*] Jakaao Haipiul. 
OT Hit T. to 10. aad HrA IL oraoBy. 
Itt Klavuon StivM. s mo. 

tOBCAUI^At tha Royal JubllM RoaWtal. 
m Hfty ML to Ur. and Mta. B. HooBftap. 
in St Lavraoeo Mroot. a aon. 



< DEATHS 

M< l ELLAN -On ^•^n^wl■T, Mat * »i iha 
Ro»al Jijhii--c tirijp.ial. Jamc. Mrl^-llan 
aaM IhiriT.r.r^rn »riit« nf Nn 4. ToronUi 
Apartmtr.n rh» Mr MrL'Cllin wai 

birn In ainMiind arid bad r'tidrd hi^r* 
fnt •i«M rr«r» HP M tnaiimrd hv hti 

• (dii». :tt(i*T and moihrr m S-oHari'i 

• t-r thtro brolhera aBd ft (Uii-r m 
Sroiland 

TUf fiiflM^, itnd«r lha Boapwoa of 
Victoria Col:«ttblft Lodn. Ha. I. A,P * 
A « Will tafeo piftc io HoBday afMrneon. 
•I > oelwk. from UoOaU Braa.- PUnarftl 
lining Inu^mrnt artU bo Huidl IB RoVAl 



SAt'rrOEFtB-On May )0, at Itlo Rorftl 

•n«t of Mr. Thanifta Baundor*. of.lNl 
p<j'"n* Arottuc. aam} anroBM yoara, bom 
" ^'«*'*'- ^•"'^rt'lUro. Budland. ai>d a 
r»ftd-ni of ihla ettv for tba poat Bina 
J^' X" BaiiBdora ta aur- 

brathor. Mr MarllB Dnolry. nf Lftdr- 
■niin. Bad ft brolh'r anil ai^ti-r in 
BtafliftHd. 

jwtnlay. May ir (^- ,-ori,. - 

■atwu Fttnoral rtmpi-i bi » .sn o r-im-ii and 

aHIiJEI?!?*?? IVII •"■"> « 

bijBljl 10 rwi la Raaa Bar r^mft ary 
< _ AKD or THANKS 

W:ll ntir oiuir frlrndi plpfta^^^nt iii 
? ^nd than™ 

BhA.h^7 f >lln«a and (ratio paaaio* In 
Nr. ana Hr« w j Kr^n »nd ramar, 

OB aomiM d ibMr rMMt Bmavt. 



BCPOBMKD K PI SCO PAL 



rmjiTh at our Lord. Hamboldt and 
Blanahard Raotor. Bav. A. dcS. OWt. 
8*nne... II ft n. and TM P.m. 



, _ _ sPni'TirALisT 

rirji S^rttuftl Ohureb. Harmonj Rail. 
n« fort Btroot Strytco. 1;» p ot Sub- 
i^U "MMbaro Day." or Peurtb DiiBeo- 
^SV^ H""- ■»»'»». UoaaaMa. 



rnoflonr 

llondar. > |i m . Vtr-iorin Indrpendrat 
TtMOaophiral 8oel«iT Jonn Buildlna. Kcrrt 
Btraot. Lcctura tar W B Praao ob "Tbt 
Objquo cbftraclvr i*t H. p Blavfttakr'a 
It." AO wofcomc 

trntTvo cntiBcs OP oanada 



nm DBltod Cburcb, iMffnar Ouftdra ftod 
Bfliaorftl Roaida. MiaLaUr, Rot. w O. 
WUftoo. MA.. DD. AaatoUni minlator. 
Raj. Braoo O. Oray. ProccBtor. w. O. 
Pyfo. II a.n.. Rot Bracr O. Oroy (tww 
aaaUUat amiMcn aiil prneh. l:M p m.. 
R". Of WlUen will prrftch Buoday 
achiioli t:il ft n . Int^rinfdiairs and 
aofllora. II a.m . PrlDiar:r«. bfaiunert and 
Juniora MorniBa C(iUdr.-n i a\o.t Chufj. 

Hta Lo»f U Botur Tliati Onirt BoJo and 
cbanu, "Paibar, Wa Thartk Ttirr »t.iorm. 
Mlaa Oponiaa WUaon. Chwru*. Hwri-wr 
aa Iha Vaara Oo Br" E*enlna AnthBoi. 

At Bran. Bra ibo BuB Waa Bat" iTunipr' 
■oloiit. Mlaa Mftrlorlr Walaoo Mole quar- 

Mdjwa. a. rtim. Q. WAcaoek. M. Poryy. W. 



nPCNtNO POR Aff IWWilU OCS 

dikff otTtrtd 'Br^Qld 'WHIIa OV 
Apply fnr partlculira. Room 3M, 3mm 
Blaa . arirr J p m . m: [>Ii<jli« 14H for AP> 

pDLiiunctit. . 



VNICB tUKlM WITM> BOAROI 
aca, .^r and park, lift ll«bl 
wnall waae Box 4itli:, Colontat. 

/ «APABLB WOMAN : MUOT' BB~A~C)OOD 
cooJc and ftbla'to laka obftna of mftll 
•hlld: ihrai la famllvi laod «a«aa and 
hooit to rlibt paraoa. Ptoaai (Iv* ratar* 
»Bc«A Boa wot. CotoBtiL 



I>AIKTINa. mVLAOMrNlHO, PAPDl- 
ha oolBt pTtca* teAaaoablc. Phooa jn. 

nmrr-pAiHTKR mp nooiuraih 

■ BlMUB ila*. I iplaai ■diMlMl 

lya*. nioBa mmh. 



no CASPBNTSBS AND COMTSACTOBJ 



ClIAJULES r KAOLBB 
111 a»r«ard Blank 
F'.ral Katal* EacJtaiife Bpacialiat 

PAJtM MILL BAT KInr AMOI 
.-umatcd ftllb airawbrrrlaa and 
id I ou r ■ room bMoaaiow ■ »'>d 
I" II* d»rp. Mm baro tor r.atw 

• id vTWf 11 400 olrar tiUr Tvaachaasc 

Iiunaai'ik nut niitiida Cltr. 
I I tuHt.Y ( la.TrVATKt) BAANIOn PBDfT 
1 I FAi'U T'ttnw approa U4M POI 
okr i<rj<r I lO.OiX). clear tlllr. WMM IB* 
OBiiir U-t apartuMni hnuaa. Bffcl Blaal 
laarpuflta nr Buniai'r rriuirt 

ACRBB AT OnisBLj; !fTL.[ r^- 1 r • 
llaa bMB elrarfd lU fCHjni iiiifli..M.i iJ 

bouaa. MabU tor ifh h'«d. liatbar anowaii 

to par for Iha prt<iK>fir 



40 



UilUJWOCM* * oo~> 



«• FOK UI« mcnXANBOl S I 41 WANTU>-Aa»CSLLAinoi78 



TyURCD. AT ONCS. LOOOBlt TO OON 
** tract io take otT api^roaimatoU M to 
49 miUtori trn t-Ei.t>*i aoipdriMM ahow. 
Appli KOrU)CTB Vaocourai Lalaad 

qb« LMU iM n«a atnat, viaMa. 



IT 
A 



UOXXY TO LOAN 

tlHEEUKMB AM) Uc h l wt> 
CBAM4] Muaar to loan 



lll)# Tn rarharia* for MftU iMUMi 



Amuxioiis. aoDSs bbbimo, 




KmoBiom, 
MUBdBaB. K. r. ir«HM. «in 



BVIUUn AXD OOVmAOTM— WXL- 
Ir«d Walkar. TlL ML OaniM ~ 

R M.O. Ho 4. 



tMMICRm CBMZKT WORK. BABB- 
BMBU apoetftliy Aa kioda of Jobbloa 



BattnatoB fro*. 



PboBo ttami. 



TRUIMAX. BinLOn AMD OOH 

«y. ]fo^3*toe 



'actor., aopaira ^^ailwotlBaa A 



nr pawDpi 

nu. 



r 



in 



OABDBSrBRS 



J^AWNB MAOB. MOWKD AND lOEPT IN 



ordff; aanlfwtin dona. 



PRAOnCAl. nUK AHD ROBS PROM- 
laa; toviw: aordara. Pbooa WH. 



ROOK OARDKNa LAMtJeOAPSa, LAWKS. 
ooaalriMtod by T. MowoL 
aardaaar. Phoaa 40I. 



IS smiATIONB WANTED— 



EA'JTT 
laauLl 
CulofUat 



onauTOR. 



Mlt -INT. 



^APABLB WOUAJ4, 



i-UPABLS HOmnnPBR OH EXPSU- 
V'' OBOHI IBAldi for OOUPir 



coohlna; rvary coBrtBlence 
Bn* bOU. ColoBlit 



. aoo<l plftin 

and i-umfq^t. 



EARN 1)0 TO lU A WKBK LN YOOB 
apftra tima at boino wriluw ahowcardft 
No caBvoaaiBi or aoticitina Wa matruci 
TOO aitd aupplr rou wiUi work Wrtto to- 
day inf Mrnhrnitt Companr. Umitad. 34 
DDininitin Uiiildina. Tvronto 

HIT! il""EI> KASY 
BOJHOOU Sll 



CAftN MAIItiiKIL^SI, 



Nrw 
HibbaD-BoQt 



.1 

mbWU. iBctudtBS 
fla t and alahL 

BUABLS oaui Foft-uOirr bo}^ 

I dam Ia< IM UadeB Avaaua 
Pboa* aiot 



ii" 



WANTBD— A OOOD OtRL OR WOMAN. 
Apply 423 Dallaa Road. 

U'ANTTU - PAPABLE COOK OENKHAU 

aniall lamilr. ISO tn rtaht p«raoB- 
Pmoa ar wrlia Mr*. B 
HA 



L. Oaraor, Duticaii. 



EXP BRISK CBD 
boekkfttpar. doaeaUeatad. atoplormant 
wbolo or pftM Utoo, oOla*. botoJ ar alora. 
Pboaa MOB. 



Ij^NOLZBB Ontb J17ST ARBIVXU VH 
■i VtaUMTlA, darirai poatUes to offlca or 
sure. t«a yoara* baakina ovpartoneai raf> 

rrrDcai Boi SOI). CataBilal 



OIRI. WANTfl 
•oda fountain 



I.^XrnUBNCrt) YOIINO 
work In tcaronma at 
Boa frU7. OolOBlat 

UEPINXO^OMAN. CAPABLB OP TAK 
lac Bbftrao. wmld lifea poaiuaa a* 
hOBfokooptr wbora aha ran hava Ivalre- 
y cat-^d dandtitor. Pbaoo lUiO- 

RBPDOtD OnUa AdHD II, VIU. ASBIBT 
wllk tmml houMVOrk ar lort aftor 
childraa. Pbaoa SOIU 



What haro ^ou lo arret 

IARilK BlUtrr ROOM nOOBB. d rii'd 
J inta two auilaa: JamM Bar- cJoar I'l 
ParUamrnl BatldUiaBi phM UJOD, iBOtt- 
■aaa I1.MI Mr bMUtli riMoni ovan 
waou to fRbABn lor nail bwiBblev In 
Mall loeaUoo 

1 *> AORSB AT DimCAN. «tlb JItaB-nwm 
A A* realdaaca. modom ohlckoa bouaoa. 
bom. bar left for J4 loni,- ad aallivaWd. 
fruit tr-aa. cto ; prleo M.HB. Oiar UM*. 
ownvT wanta bouae proporty la olty. a«(l- 
abia for ranUna purooapa. 
•>!;-ACNU ^OKKN PAHM AT COHBI.P 
*^ HTLU with (attr-reoni rotuar • 
map at ti.SH. olaar UU*. OVnar will 
rKchanir' fur houaa apt WanH vortaaae. 
ur would runaldrr IfllA Mftka aa offer 
|2K»DR - ROOM UOraRir BTTHOALOW. 

DaatlBd SUaot MOrtb: two taraa toU; 
pood boaaawaL tbroa-«law bathroofn. pric* 
11.400. owrtoftdo tlJflH. OVDor will ufco 
1100 In oaah and balinac of aoittty 1b lota 
l^xoUH-aOOU OOTTAOB iiut Off Haul- 

taiB. biati laeaUoQ. aiwd canlaa: aull- 
ablo for rrilrad coupli!. a well-built IttUo 
tioino: prlM ILIM, cloar tlUo. Ownrr 
wtU apply eottaca. oloar tltlt. •* pari 
paymot aa flro-room buniftlov ' ASd pay 
oftab dtffaMfwo 

E.yam fanwoa. ckraio, m.l priat 
SUao> BlMr Uva. OWlior waaia atueen 
bunaot'^a iti nurflald ar Oak Say. ^ni 

a/|itAil<E BSKBP PARM with Kn i.p 
1 iiati ■■ra«^, rhickrn hi><i<ra. lour 
arrva cuIiivbIto 30.000 rordi iif wood 
prtcv 11.000 OwBfr will nrhanav (or 
bcmaa In eity. 

OA C UBU t Tm.C AT WKtTK 

ROOK. Vanrini«r'« aimmrr rewirl. 
to oMllAndO on houtr prop«rtr In Vinnrla 
Tooy prap»rir mirht ba th« propprtr 1 
ftB laaBtaa (or Lot ma ha*o partictjlara 
of paat pcvamy. 

CHARLSa p KAoua 
111 Bftrward Block 
naal Bauto KinhftBaa SpoelilM. 
NoUrr rnblir. Ctr 



fffff I MABBBf. aarrWfa.JBaB> Wo '« a<a"* ai^ 

MOttSY TO LOAM ON PIR^r UORT- 
oftaa SwtnartOB Muia>a*< Ltd.. 
140 Pan Btra^l 

UPBY TU LOAN Vtt HAVS IHB 
loUi>«>na amounta t»OI^ l U BM. 
tlAM. 11.000 Uale. 1% No dalftf. BfMa 
Bro* . •■<* I rnib'i'iin Bulldina. 

U luAN »l 1% 

•DBLiia trum 



MLi^xi lu l.iAN »l 1% IHTKBSn'. 
■uma tftiMLiia trum UM upwardsi 
MrtoUr canBdaBkUL auiek daaMoaa, raa- 
BoaBbw abAnroA p. R. Browa m Soaa, 
tiaTltltli wad atioat Pbopo IBW. 

MONSr TO LOAN 
i IMPROVKD raoPSBTV ftl tovaat 

OH Vlow Btraat PbocM It 

SiBVBm' rai CBKT MOKSr AVAILAMLB 
3 to a llniud ftvowBi oo Oral mort- 
fftCOL loed Imprarad raaldontial proparty 
Tba Roral Truat CMnpaar. BaiiBOOi Uuimo. 
VktOTla. 



HSDBtlU). BAA. HAt-KRfl. 141 

K*'. yCLBB Ri»; iLT ALL ^Ki^-■Ea 
I* VI* itorNt KM Vuurlr.*. Clfilo ftod 
i>i:> I r t>r«i Eapcrt rrpalra IB naMoNi 
■ i-r ■•]('■ r I, 1(17 ) Pru ra IBaHaaAk 
r>«Dir-Orc laftra naiMrtPO^a. 
PtHNu a J SMITH Barvtoa 

MaaoBio Bui Id to* Car 



/ ^ O.M. aSOVflUH. NBW AHD BMOOMD- 
hajkd, IfM «U, ray W dova aaS U 
po« woak V 

JAKTS BlOTOUl 
Ml JafaftaaB Siraot 

L>OR BALB^lJkOrS 

' aood cotMlUon PboBO tUU^ m OAll 

417 MftBt-haaicr Road 

li*ok BaLb- INDIAN MOTORCYCLB. lift 
*^ Apply icit Bay Btrawt- Pbooa uaiL 

/JKNTH BBA BtDTOLB ms'BALE^ 

J Aors BNOLisa bopo s jw bh worth 

aViSf^ w iaSdgr*^' ' 

I ACT'S O.CLM. BkrVOUL OOOO OOH. 
i diuoB, m, ptMBo kmc 



V MK.iLui-KLY Hioaaar mmiwim 

luic. oi t^iUi.s^ roa wiif w dBoa^7 

Wa tail ftDfaitrrr. aay tUiw rTiM, OiSa 

ABSOHTTBLV BKfT I-Kicij PAll7 PUR 
Iftdtaa* Bod aauLi' a»*i 

WANTBD TO PUmORA«~ 
^ Apply Baa ««•. OWoWA^ ' *' 



BASBMBWTB CLBANEij. BOTTLBB AHD 
raaa bovatit. rutibUti eollaoiMt 



i>RONB 401 ~ WE 8t;Y OOOH IllBtARO- 
ad tioihlna. bau>*h.>ld iiiirn. cBia*, 
Ulntwaia. Jawolry Baat pitcaa paM. wi 
tftll Shaw * Ca . m Pan BltaoiL 



W5 



BIOTCUi 

RMa MnauB. wAoom. 
aad bmT wort sw^wac 
f B M im Oaf WM Ola4lr CaB » 

Tia nona lIQl 
PLIMLET A RITCaiB. LTD. 



aaL 



ITOTBJ AND BANOBB 



18 WANTID TO BOKBOIf 



A 



BOZLDXHO LOAir RSQUXXCD AT T«; 
toad oasBWy Boa WOO, ColonlM. 



HATB aaVBUb 
■Bort«a««4 t* pjaot. 



tOUCATlONAE. 



(-ilTIL BKRTiai KXAMS. JTLT l4- 
Morolna and creiUiM claaaaa. 201 
RlbbaB-BetiA 



I ATTN. PRKNCn. ORRMAN. ICATBB' 
J tnaiipi- Eipfrt tuition Wilfrid Ord. 
lU VaQfiHitrE Blraaa. Phooa 3M 



X' *W ■ ERA BUBINSBB SDROOL. 
baa-Boaa BIk . abortbaad. 
>k»»i 



•wbkwRin* rlaawa: 



. lypownt 

day aitd olabl 

Ml: 



tJMORTUAND BCHTh lil : n< IVERN- 

' ataol Binat. Buim'«i •i>q;kii. itiai- 
ooob talUoo. r 
Pbaoa >1C 



UarMUlkii. L>r.O':Ifal 



BXCntLXHT SMAX^ 

_ , - - ,Jaof. troai 11.000 to 

■1.008, At J. O. Brldaaiaa. tnvaat- 

mmt ai«ciL «H Broiwhinn Btre«t 

HAVB TWO IllOH-CLAaA PmBTldORT'- 
aftaas to offer. 13.000 and ti.tOfl. aarh 
on new aiucco bunaftlowi rr>o:ir &M0 
Rnaavaar it Oardfla. 113 CtUon Blda 

U!ANTBt>— it.wooHinaTiiofmudi 
at 7%. on rood baatagir BWP tf . 

Boi tau. ColoBiat 



57 



MlSCElXANEOCa 



W«, 



E»TABUBHKD IBM 

HAVE rOU EVBR 
TRIEIJ HAIL ADVCRTlBntOT 

PHEI'AIiE AND OOkCPLBTB 
ftii adrertlalBa cacopaiana tor 
BBMtn or lana coDcarna. Oai aur 
priooa, 

NBWTOn ADVBtTISINa AOXMCT 
Bolto X. BftUovlMiry Btdc., Oornai Part and 
OonraBMt. Pbooa till 

ALL TOOR TRABB wnx BJtlNO VOO 
BBA, JRHB ftB raca. bottloa. alaa looU. 
aloyoa, niwlBn or aaithtna ataa Wa 
call aaywhoro aod par t/eat pricaa. pbooa 
•Ul. _ 

A VTO TRUHKB POR BACK OR ROH' 
alas board, batlt to at ywur i^r, aay 
abftpa. tit NpVArda. Howman. IIM. 



BAROAL-i 
Otford r<i 
loadt ftOd ( . 
Pabdora. Phi.u 



iHASCEUiOR OURHBT- 
! ne ao«. m. OoUb 
1' 1 MatttflCUad'A IM 



BROWN'S 
BLfcol BpaciBl hot 



raoaca. 



8TOVE ;-T'jnE. lOJn PORT 
wat«t [.ml tor 

PbDM HIT. 



/ XAMP COOK STOVB. TAUB n-IMCH 
^ Blicki BOW In uio; ooad bakor: youra 
(or 17 90. Pboat nat. 



],^OR BAL»-tATB HODBL 
I aai lartBc, inaalAtod avoac 



KNOLUni 

l-'io. toai 110. and la aaad w ai*,~" ** 
41 1, Monday. 



TjlQRSHra dlMO-Si .^>:w THRKB>Ra«a 
BAB eaak Mav* and ntuftiai coat $4^: 
at BBobftnae far f<rar-noa coal bW»o, la 
good eoDdltloo. Apply Ml TAtaa BtraiL 

,t6« BALE- -OOOD RAMaE.~i)5 PRONB 
IMMl. or (all 1431 P.triiardion 



BAJX Br,A(V)N 4 Hl.il E 



RXNOB. 

If »7]1L. 



LOOSB OOVKRB AND PIRS COVBR8 
for car*. Chaatarflalda. ato. Prteoa 
nrht Nevnftn, pboaa OlH 



n^AHTO — POamoM BY MIDDLB- 
aaad SncUah lady. laBBral BBBlatancf 

tn ladr- citr t«n«ani«ticBa; If ehlldrvo. Dot 
under ihrve reora Rofrr«tw«ft Plaaaa olv* 
full partlculara. M, Lakevlew P^m. Weat- 
hotme. V 1 

V'DOMO LAOT WILL RBHCKR BRVldia 
A to tovalld ar aSUdno i MpoiM MOd) 



raiara 
IMUL 



In 

Plione 



BC DItAAlATK- r.rH._'r.'l. 

t3 EloruUan. Public Sji patina . .•'!«/> 

L B jiliH k WrbiU-r, AHUM. I I C L. 
ri.;i ^if'i Pii/>r.r 4J01R 

^i'Ht>ri ^.M.^ w Hii.^t'iLi>^i anh ool 
»^ U!i*iAjc iNH-rrrurii MifHiinifd wu-, 

Tba tlu* una td'j «N;r.' Aim:--i«'. .mi at 
Canada' CuUtidKl} t(irti«>«rai'>>/. Bpcip- 
tanai. BuBlaaa*. Prepftrfttory, aod iiii<i.o 
talrarapby. Bl«b Snbpol Courts*, ti.di 
vidual Loatructlan iBtoBBtva IraUiia^. 
aod aTeniBB daaaaa. |btl«r any Monday. 
Praa amptornirnl buraau iBMrM lood poal- 
tlooa io Braduataa. Par Baniplato tofbnaa- 

utnt Olroctar. 

VICTORIA 8CHOOL OP^^^^RBBBIOM 
Voire Productiun Bloentiaiv— Playa 
PUBUC BPEAKTNO 
PrsnripftI: Mri. WUIrld Urd. L.T.CL. 
9IV Vaacourar St. Ptiaoo IM 



I A WN MOWRRB BUAHPENBD, OOlXaOT* 
1j cd and dallrarod Um Broa. lUI 
broad Street Priona 3040, Raa. lltlL. 

J AWN MOWEKfl SHAHPENBIX tl. PT4KB 
J deLrery both wari Sateiy raior biada* 
•iiarpanad Iiatn l.lc doam. Prdra Braa , 
1*10-13 IHMialai BIraet Phooa BIT 

?Awa ALL kimobT 
atusnrd. tto. 
Oladalaoa Arwaaa. 



n 



\VANTED iBt JUHB-OAPABUt GDIL 
7 * or Aitman Mr batuBworfc* cbftno of I 



anralt rhildrf^ii lo 
rarerrnr" injuirad 
twrrn & and 13 a r 



BftcrrMonBi alaoy toi 
Trlpphonr TBBllR tw- 
Rlchmtind A*o. 



\\'ANTED 

rr i]ntned>ati>l) 



u 



COMING EVENTS 



ADANOB VVERT PATOROAT. LANO- 
ford JifksaMo. .» p at. Uaard a ur 



tbaatra. BaUaoBl 4J. 



f «ANADtAN I.W)roN PLANNEL I>AHC:E. 

ODlwond Hail, Mar 17. S to 1 LoD 
Arrrr Orcheaira Tamixtlfta. Mtc admiiatoB. 

T )"5%~*5Jir «.~^»-"" ? M ~A o p: 

HaU. CofHOTftiit and* Rlanihord 
Pindler a orcheatra Oantloman. M eanU^ 
ladlea. IS reatt 

r \ANCE rvBnx mondav night, sons 

«;k^1 "•»■ • M to U JO oaard a 

orcbtBtaa. Ad miaaioti asc W Taylor. M C 

HAMSTBHLKV LAKBBIDB UAj«'ou«u 
ataaon aow tn fuu iwing lbb 
Acraa' aphndld ll«a-ptooa ontoaatra ayorr 
Sttinf OB fa VI It. 

HAMSTKRLKT LAKSaiDI ^'aPBClAL 
Balloon Danea May lA Bnvybodr 
eow.nr Dawo ViaaaMay. May 11. Md 

every WednoidBy alter. 



TH R KB CO<TK - O ENKRA LB. 
iinrifr or about )0. 
n and ruuint» BOB. Uaruold p o 

tl'AKTED - TWO KmClKSr BALBB^ 
'7 aomfTi. married ladiPi prrterred Ap- 
ply. iiciBB photH nuntbar, Box M17, Col- 
oalaL 



I^ANDB nmauL oo. 

OCObomM OhopoL UU a«B*a aifoot 
RtonoB laoc tm and ymm. 



r|iBOMaoars pohcral home 

UU Quadra Btml 

Nifht and My 



Pkdna Ml 



tCbOALL BROTHERS 
■TTlia Ploral P^arral Hoaio- 
ilBBaoB AtMl Vaaannar Sta. Pboaa m 

a 3 CtJRRT'* aoH 
Mortlclana and Ptineral Direetora 
Oloaf peranaal adeniiun I* ratpooaiblo 
far tba arawuu cooaoaoco tba puOite la 

IN Ooftdrft Bkraot OBv at Niant 



K* r> O T T hEt3ULAR 
• Tueadar. S p in . Trmpla HaO, Boclal 
rnilnwirn. Vlaltori and tnend* cordially 

iTiT't'- *d. 

XfrUORBAH^ DA.<«01Ka PAVOJON^ 



MOHDAY. MAT II. « 30 P M.— BAOLBS- 
•h!it drire. - " - " 



arBmant ntr»^i 



Iro' Hall, lilt Oo*- 
riwwl nrrlp prJIoa. Ad> 



fc2ATORT-a"WRIlDIHa BOQoaSTfl. DS- 
iMba. Ota. Pbaoa im. im DooBlaa. 

W WOODWARD lOORHIR^PtOWER 
*- ■i"tk*'Ji5* '««»ara" 
Brood aad Vlaw SUaaiih Pbooa ||BA 



tA 



rOKBRAl, BSBICMS 



BALLAHTTKR BROS., LTD. 
Col P1<rw«ta aod Oaalaaa 
I Part Stmt Pbooa M4 

Ofaaabotiaaa: Rortb Quadra atraat 



t WDWOTigNTAL WO RKS 

S'tBWART MOMindMTAi WoRKB. ltO 
Tabs Ha I or 7 atroft rar to worbh 
tl May atra«t Phor* 4M|7 



ri'wyaAi. kkbvh to 



A 



aPKCLAL UVri.Nfl (inU'lCK UAR 



and ciMnara. 



■Atxs TO mtan 



AMPmoR iKALL POR RRKT. TOP 
riaor OBriton'B Stara. TM Tataa Straati 
ataa 40 a 04 m tba etaar Putly ooatppod 
bitrhoa. Iftraa ladtao' and oanis' etoak- 
rrxini. aiasni boat, hat wator. arwnd plana 
m-uj flt.- elavBtor Op^ day and nlollt 
r ■ - I <-.! for lavtntca. danoaa. maateala. 

i»« and aiBettoafl of all ^adi 

Tba anauB 



|eM./UltO« BOW I 



t iAK BAY EASTEnN BTAB- REDPFRN 
V -^I'^^H*"*** dft»K«, Tbursday. May 
.*•-*'" , ""'^ ' " ch""'^* AdmiMlon MJe 
pARTimt COURT WtUBT- MONDAY 

Of M ooaahtart L*r1on. It of c mil. no»- 
ornmeot Btr^C neat tj> pou^fric ■ A-irrds- 
aion ;v fkr'P it itn* 

pTTHUN BIBTSRS. I.tlJi-fD TEMPLE 
*• JS*** areond and fourth 

Tbaya day. All membera rt>qui>aiad to ftttend. 

OPOOKERS. BIDNEY HtOKWAT— TBAR. 

ryrrrshmaniB. daae.lni. Prlral* portlai 
oaUrad 111 Ptanlnta 

riiRE UnrsFT AUTcnJARv^To" tki 16 AGENTS WANTED 
„ VatorftM wlli bold a ' 



\\*ANTBD-TOUHa OIRL POR ROmB- 
*r work, dallr. Pboaa. before 10 30 ur 
Bftor f to. 1141 

U'A>rm> A TOPNO ami, ah ropbe- 
parlnr dialr] n4 P"nib*iloo Bnad 

\\*ANTED nEUABUt YOuR<l OIRL TO 
*7 takr cKarae of two llttla boya fron 1 
p tn. tn 7 M p m dally Pbono Ml. 

WARTBD-OmL TO LOOK AFTOt TWO 
V V ehUdroo. ayoB I And «. aftaraooM aad 
mnliicii PatrttaM dutrlcl. P ha^lWIK. 

Ur ANTw* - oood" w Arnma. APnir 
tM4 Rockland Arrnua bHwo ta I aod 
i o'clock* or phono 17390 

\VAirrBD POR UGHT IIOUIIEWORfc' 
«* part of dftr in priraio Home, otiiet 
Toiiny Blrl llfinc vitbm nU« circle. Phono 

1 1 rANTtD~-~ OOOD TOOIT^'oBWERAJL; 
■ * tond WB<ir«. rrlpr«nreK- Phnnr .It.MXt. 

^^'ANTEO - lIOCSnfAff) - OENEHAL 



Phon^ IS44L- 

TANTXD - EXPERIENCED COOK ■ 
ronrral. rad of noothi Blatp in or 
ouL Ptun* IIMX. 



w 



n 'ANTED - OIRL OR WOMAN POR 
Uaht tioMMWork. no obfocrinn to 
widow with one child Phnna 77JIIRJ 



WAJfTaD-BBP iRiawcao COOK pr>n 
howl noar yMtorta: two peiaun* 



worklny toaatlMT wotild be eonaidereo 
4411. Colon IH 



Boi 



t\»AKTrO— NimSE TO CARS TOIl TWO 
»> :-'v.,.:r'r. Ur* I Ufftrd Wioklar, HI 
llth N" WBthinaion 

U'^'ANTKD - CAPABLB^ wfiuAH POR 
r-tieral hoaaoaarbi AbbBobo waoBOrt 

pretmrad Writo to Wra BdPd. Ollfratd* 

■•otlflrtlre, V I. 

ANTED — BNOLISn LADY t6~ RON 
bouae. on rarm Only Iboaa rond of 
eouBtyy ttfa need apply Two children 
Oood wa«r4 and tomfortabla hoRia to rlahl 
paraon. Inleryt^ In VictorU Apply 
Ufa Leall*. P O. SB* IM, OUBBaa. VI. 



\ OVNa LAOT DBHOHWnUTOR FOR 
^ w»«k. May 1 to •; nvM ba i 
Bad Plaaalna paraaBallty. OaS 
BIrMt, Monday. Ban. 



ARB TOD PAanoOIAR ABODT BAV- 
laa BorracUy pnolod wtddto* ato- 

tloDerrT Cooault the ColuDlat Printliu 
Depftrtmeni Pboaa :07 

I>EAUTY SHOP POK 8AI.E OOOD OP 
i ' pertunltr tor exirrlenred i)[ierairir 
Boi MIZI. Coionift 

DIAMONDS BOUOHT PROM TSB POlt- 
U0 ftt blabaat prle«r W. 0, SIMM lit 
JQWBJar . 111! DBwlfta Straat. 

ENGUBH OOOMTRYBIOa TRA& WITR 
Oowaablra eraam. at HamaUrlay 
Lakaalda. Oaoy SroMda loarooBB at Ktk 

Laka. 



M 



MUBIO 



TTUmMA, rrcH. PIMPLBS. OLCERATED 
S-J tan. Try Ocoroa Laa'a 



raiBody. 



old (ThSJiaaa 
IMl Oorornmenl 



l.-^OOT BPaOIAUBT—PALLSN AROHEB. 
1^ tirad aabloE fawt. Supporta bollt lo 
(uit rouT aeod. Why attSar? A Rondltby. 
Btabar t Bide . 745 Tatea Phona M7. 

CtWttN BANKS, BOWICCR AVE.— MAR- 
■ cal. 7V. haircut. SV- Will rail Phnoe 

HELEN BOMMERVILLE. OltAOUATE 
no raa 114 Cfttberiaa Bltact, pbooa 
IIMR. 

1>~ YOUR WA-rai DOBS HOT olvE 
BOtUfftGltoa. brio* II to llw "Watch 
Braeb" MftlBBprtoBa. Hi elaaotnc, SI 
OBbraakablB BtaaaaO. He. UW Brood at. 
tuat paat Bank Of Toronto. 

1 ADY, t>6lNO RHGUAND kCTODLBJUHB. 

will take nharaa nhtld on Journey let 
part etproaaa. Bna >104. Cotoniit 

MtBS PBOOY VnmOBBS HAB RE 
tuyvad lioai Ibo Boaib and U aaftin 
al Pkoor'A 



ATrPTEU>-MANDOLIN. BAJXJtj, QUI- 
tar BO Academy pit 2<I4:-U449Y1 

HANJa. M.».;."iOLIN. OUITAR AND ALL 
itriuaet] iii:> ruintoia tauabt by W. O- 
PliiwTKitL. nm Broad straat Pbooa IMI. 
Hea. phoua BUaBL Utwa. I to I pu. 
ta oapt Bftturday . 

MRS. B. a POOT. YIOLW. PIANO 1U 
VBta* atraat. Ptaonas IMI aad mo. 



IS rOK SALK. MISCEIXANeOCB 
*M agiL BDto matbbia U 

T,SoR SALS— OOORB WIHDOWa LUM- 

bor. brlrki. etc. Phone Goone Dodd, 

IftTTL. 



IP Boaan. goil or waterphont 
laafefc pbBBB aiM ar IfM far anaipt 
oUBpUAtt. Okr y i Bto aa atara. BM ^r t. 

KOOKRITR PORTABUK RUCTRIO 
itova. *ery ecooomlaal and 04iBta laaa 
per lo run Uaan oo alantne Iron Pbooa 
■OlSU 



RANOB OABTntOS POR ALL blAKBS 
ol ntnaet BO Hftfdwarw. 11* Port St. 



PHONE 40W. 
Bola aaaato fOt 
repam 



RAfrOB» n PER w 
711 Pandora ArrciLe 
Ptadlar rftoaci u.-<:\»ij 



ME 



M19t:VtXAMBOOB 



MHONB BIOO-WB PAY BBBT PRIOH 

L lor bMUoa, ran taala. ata««a. tu. 
oitora or snitbiai aba roa wlab to dHaoaa 
*r Wa rail anrarbara, an* llaia. Try tia 

rpo CAR oW MiU S W Aimp. occa: 
I alonal quiet drlMo M mm car Hutu 
lerma br the hour Hp OMBOd sodaiK iireu 
roply- LoeaUty. tba Wmowa. an«i. 
OoloniM- 

W~ 'ANT«D^~D8aD LAWN McWKK 
PhMt« 4307 

WAHTXO-aTAND WITH PEllAL AT- 
iMBawgt for Stnaai aewiua mach'iir. 
oM dgifc. PbOBo TMIR _ 

WAirnD— WARDROBa'TRDNK. Oor.ii 
nawdltlnn aiaU alar, prior, in.kv. 
vbatB Ban ba oom. Bu imb. Ooton iat 

-ARno — TWdl SbLKY. raoHB 
•lUL 

BOX UU. 



w 

yYAHTSD—A wnaBL HOB. 



Col on tat. 



W'ANTSD — otavnanu , jKriTa. 
7 > Muat bo oboAp fbr ii^h Ask Mas. 



Oolanut- 



WAJfTSD— SBOOND-HAND PORHmtRB. 
anUaora. aportlac ooodB. oto. Calla 
profBpUy attatidad t«. IM Port. i»boao «14I, 

AHD FARTS^ 



\\7 ANTED - aiOTOLaS 
7 7 radlna ai 



and porta. ttiaBB US. 



coitdMlOB. ftllL. 



J UW iBWi OOOO 



7 ■ coot 

\i7i~PAY~ CASH 'POR ANYTHmO~aP 
TY vaiuo. Phono Mil or MllXA 



Wt CALL AHD OOLLBOr WABta aaPMt. 
Pboaa TI4IL. 



11 1 

Y\TB DDT OOOD CLASS PURNITUny 
7 7 ailfcrwarr. btaaa nr chlaaware. Oo.«! 
pfMoa paid Uddr't. B37 Port. Pbooa 3«.'.I 

rM» Dl OOLO WAIfTBliri^RSacnRB 
a lot of BOM ftod ailvar In ny JowBlrr 
buatnaaa. Brlaa la ywnr oU vatobaa. 
iawalry. dlasMBMa and «dld bUmt. I iriS 
toafca you a oanoroaa aaawanM for othar 
' pay cath. W R. WlUerwm. 
:7'.« rtnuclaa fltreet 



fooda < 

Jtwalrr. 



VICTtJBlA JLUA AUKTtUV OO. 
W^.rf 01 pr„-,n» \SM 
Laryeat tJurnt iit [netkia. i&ckk. Iioq, 
batttaa. ptpa. Mftclunorr. toola and fitral- 
iBia. PboBo oaso iriMflii at 



47 



ROOM A.ND BOARD 



VNEW WlIEZLBAIiROW. II, TWO ANT' 
ilirtw-ournrr ait atowa: oaw dock 
chAlra. 13, babr atroUci, 13. Tl: loO bakta 
and cooler*, ladm bike, coaaur bnfta, H- 
1011 Port BtfMt. Photia 4307. 



VBARrS PQLUINO Bt'LCT. 
wlckar, Pbono IftMR. 



A UTO TRNT, TWO POLOmO CAMP 
COU. Coleman laa a lore, all In Boa 
ooadltlon Apply 14!^ Port Plteet. pr 

pbooa TIBTR. 



* UTO 
» 140 
M41L 



TBAlLini. OOOD roHnmoN, 

Apply 140 Moatarey Ate Phona 



HBST BLACK LOAM. DRUTBRBQ ART 
wbcfB M CH»r $A1B BOr. Mad. RMA 



E0OPU4O PAPER — A LAROB BTOOX 
_. S* WUL*^*" »• I aad l*BCy. oi a 
yadaottoB. Ttetorto Juak A««aop Oa 

MB CLOTHING. PUBH. I.RO«S. ETC."" 



TjXJR BALE LAPT S SUTT AND BLOUBB. 

I In i-t»irj .. di'.T.- file 10. Ii, Woold 

acrcpc tao 1 hrT. viih houaacllftnUtl 

In pariDcm Boi iooi. CoioniaL 



PVRIRTiniS 



A. «i 



THnKE-PlRDa OPPTOE SET IN 



aaata and b.irki. cotnpnalna avtteo, rocker 
n't «rrn ' \Blr. In haarr oak franiea. HlU'a, 

J" i'»ri.V-ta Avenue. 



OPKHUfO POR A LIMTm NUKBRR OP 
PiBpll* lor tba pipa onaa. Apply to 
Paai bUcboUn. OrBantBi. Cftpltol Moalia. 
Pboaa 5704L 



EtA 



PiANO 



\L>AM BOYU-PIAHO. atHODiO. lUBD 
oraao. Pbaoa coaaoeuoa. UM Tataa 



(It reel. 



^Jtsn MOORK. 1. A D 



M 

pmbio: 



IS. stnuiBT 
_ -- TatOB. Oftoadft'a nltlrst 
^ appolBiaicnt pbooa »4k 



MEHSSBa BUBBDia * oomrit BsnaHT 
Homo. IM Maaafaa St Pbooa 4MB 

TO (J II 
4r«! rti 



MARCBL AMD RAIBODT IH 
hoBM. cawarteBcad aparaior 



fT^JJtVuTA.TT. 
■ St plirm* tlBI 



MADAME 
front 111 



MARCEL. W>- HAlKt UT. i.Sc . IN YODH 
hBota Mtaa Waterhniiv Quadra St, 

1>ERMANEKT WAVB BPBCIAU III »A 
br the famoui Tt*aila-le-Mu)r ptoc#M 
TbU offertna Inctodet haircut, hot o'l 
ahaaiooa and two tlnaer wavaa vitbont 
axtrn cbarte Hod aon ■ Bay Oaapaay. 
PbOBO im for eartr appntntmant 



TintMAltENT WAVB SPECIAL IIM MA- 

1 ctiina RJrfiRiond Baautr Patlora Pli 11 f 



PIANO A.NH 
inBlriB. »ar«rir(e« rnrW litler 

noona and eaBntnaa ai rxiiiifd l-ei m^cn 
morn IBB A 

MIBB POK- PIANO I-CfWONB PUUNk 
ronnertion lltn Burdcit Avaoita. 

'-'Se -PIANO TUITIOS. mBOBT. 'loaO 
* erperlenre. aer tletneu. jljnlOfB; tlMT- 
oUBb crouadltiB. riMtr homa. Pboaa tn. 



tia 



VIOIJN 



lAnPST BALI 



Cjri>et rieaataa OO.. Sll 



-IBLAHD WOfDOW * 



Betwe*>n 
HuBbOB. 



1111 

TV. H 

^iOR SAliB — BOBBiail ~OiAK~ CRDIA 
a; cftbinat. 3 alaaa cupbaArdB. Ia7B4 kit- 
ehan Ubir pttonc lUILl 

IiRREE nooMfl OP rt»RKmma~poR 
MUe pij-turea. bowli and vaaaa. planu. 
antderi Uw):«. 100 fi hoaep'pe auil eoupla 
aettine up hoiiMkeeplnfl Phone 40T3T. 

\\rHITE ENAMEL BEdT ^~ BI2B. COsi' 

7 7 pi( 

otlcloih. 



BOATS. LADDERS. PARK SWINOB. 
dOB ftaiuwta. chtakao bouaaa. Jonaa 
.t Ml 



Sroa.^ 



Port atraoL pbooa isyi 



BOO KB I BOOKSl aOOKBI TBxUUA.Hiia 
to BBlaet fraai al BrttUh Punutura 
Marl. 74I-74T Port Birwal. 

UORT- 



BURN ROCXOAB — COOKINO 
DfO. BBATOtO ANWB 

YAT8B rrtiaar. 



C>RDSBBD BI3RB. OROORO IR 
■' lana; Ml Ma. Pnaitor OtBObtM 
RApaianSfl Oimiiii Wbarf. BUtoMSTai 



VKI* 

ainM 



ABRIGIIT. flUNNV BOOM (AnJOINTNO 
naepUaoaUy MtraeUvt bathroom' and 
bnakroBt, tn baantiftilly appointeii priiaie 
•-oTi' Tdeal mualiDA, oloaa park, aaa and 
T walklnB dUtanca city Beat 
I I - . <-' k I nil F vary tiom fnrt and eon ■ 
renini.-- Erlra meaXa by arnuiaempnt 
Boa X V Z . C'llnniat. 

TBkr aPNOALOW — BOARD AND 
. o l daBBBi atw ■obaoBwaBti 1 block 
fran ■■praBB Ml aaparlar. 



AaaROKBN HOTBL, Ml kCoOLtntR 
TraBBtoBt aod raaldMiltoL caatrat, 
nnt nlna water in roaoia. Phoba lOUO. 

COUPORTAaLB ROOM. WTTRIM 
waikloa dlatanaa pairflald, Pboaa 

•7I1L Mra. Coata. IBSt Gliphaat Biraot 

^T PARK LtHKlt ttll HRVWi_>on AVS , 



A 



taritu para 
broafcfait Suit 



B 



comCortabla home, with 
1 111010. Oara«B. 

ON-ACCOflD, Mi PRrHbRBB~AVET. 
n and board: bow RuadaaitDt. 
aaraae. ceMral. frsa ty . Hia ^ 4MJ 

1,^UBjnSIUD si DBOQM; ROABO "pl- 
X* dodod; nadnato raM fbr l«a WMS 
to Bbara rao*. PlMaa TMIR- 

NICE ROOM. WTTH BOARD: OAK BAt' 
OaraoB_Phooo WMRl 

OAK "bATT. R00M"AHD B0ARI>, MOD- 
ors prtyau baaw: aic* rarden naar 
Iwa booobpi. Tfma. Ofty dollara maoib, 
Boa MM. OotaaiBC 



1 .7LAOS— OARADUR 
' and BtbOVs; 



Phone M4. 



lAiBa aaasiRy 



fHBW) 
cbaap 



BOL POR HALP- 
B beautiful lampB and a new 

VIctfolft a-llh rrfon'.i 



1JWR I 
r prlea 

Lee Avri-.-jf 

I.VJK HALE PRAr-TirAI.l.Y NEW l.INn. 
leum ruff. 10 1 T- ( 4 n I'rione lOOUK 

1,70R BALS THrtEK-TIKft PORTABLE 
0**B. mtxtna tronah. baker'a tin 
trayB. etc . cheap. J. Puller, pbaoa 7U. 

inoR~'aAijraB~BvrrMisao^ 



r»ialr», 
rJiRftp. 



quaotlty of 
Pbono TIUB. 



piei^urr*. 



wa aSLL TO SATtaPT 
BHtlBta PBraltaro Mort. 1«>1«T Port at 



IIP 



BADM 



fl^RNEBT BEMPLK. vroLlNIHT AND 
^ laacber. studio pbaoa 3M1; rea- 3ltO- 



ItO 



amotHo 



I.^II EK.*4 BENNETT. TEACHER OP BIHO- 
■ J iiif Bludin Room loi. Rapilor BIda . 

rorner Oonrnmrni and Pfiuihtoa H««l- 

daBC* pbf>oe, Calgtjitr isx 



J *OMPULAORV cnXARANCE SALE OCR 
^ complMy atort nr radio* mutt be aold 
■ ffitnedlately a* prrmiiwi in be pulled down 
1 It-.' M \»19 inndrlit rt->Bker>. i iiIk'*.. ar- 
rrn^nrle* al ti*r<Hiii pr.rn Tiaual ct'dit 
Icroik to reaponitbla purrhaa^ra Wood 
Ri^to Ca., oppoalU OopltBl Tbootro. 



Y^tOR SALE -- ROYAL TTPSWRITMt. 

1 aood condition Bni film, OoloalBL 

If-^ori SALE LARUE EHOLnm~ PRAuT. 
117. wheeled rot. It. both tn tor>4 con- 
dition, tewtnc mftcblne. Ill; ainele bod. 
romflptf. USD. double bad and aprlna. IS 

P^'ne Sl-^ffR, ftflOT T PIB. 

BALE ^a.pT. PLAdPOLX. CHEAP 
IM Parabroka. 




ylMOTNO. VOtUK 
Italian Sebool 



n.tu^'.L-i loN. f-Li) 

, ^ ^ Pho.ta U07RU Mft^or 

APOfBowioa. MAny teara' taponoaaa 



NBW BAmtRYLBSa 
RodwU 1 

TTHX 



RADIO. 
tUI. 



PBaaa 



25 



DANCING 



I >MJ,ROOM OANOiriO- MODERN STYLE 
I* .tuix'kiy learned- Bnloneri luataotacd 
N..<<e.i Miia WhltO. PBOOO «4«. 



ta 



DKBSaOBilOlMF 



AH BXPERIRfirTm Dh 
work by dar frmnp ITIOL 



^HOKitRB. PITRS. liEMJuCLAU. MOD- 



rrale rharaa pbooa 4iai 



riTaNNIS LESaoNB 
I roaanoftblt Por 
pTmne ITltY. 



01 YEW, RAr»3» 
further purlli uUt* 



DHERBMAKINO. LfjiiBt COVERS POR 
rhaiti and .-an Pnone miL 

1lBBBBUAICI>>U. niCMilDKiaWO o>* 
-* abort notice Be.- %\ 1 lo i^tuinr 
pairena Mra Olendennin* rrnmr >ji.m 



XT PTDER NEW MANAOSMKHT--aPIRBLLA 
cnrielB 30a Jnnaa Bldo., pboaa 4MI. 

▼ " noet Wat. 



310) or mix. 



aPBClALTT BQOIP 
_ mray-OoMda. abaae 
RM odM ta otarBo. 



in oenta 



II 



AimiMOBILB 

* "T?" »tlb OB witl ooabta 

• PoiWoa at Mkh WB.». 
Ua ra a T rada - Wa Toaeh To« Riihi 

IHIBRNATT<TN • ! r-i , ; i -ipfi. i srj 
BCIII - .1 ■ 

Ill now B«rt«t, VKluria, sc. PbiMia TIM 



pORTHATT AOVrra — WRITB 
■ catatoaao. VmilBd Ayt. Unllaa. IM 

John. Toronto 



11 



SITUATIONS WANTED* 
MALR 



A 



T>OT WAHm POR UQBT nUUt 
" *>* BiDRtb and board. Hioaa 

~pARN 110 TO m A ^WEEE Df ToSl 
A J apare uwa at honto vrlUoa alMwrardft 
Ho eanraaalBa or aaHelttaa. Wa matrwct 
rou and luppty with worlt Ttrile to- 
flat Iho Meftbaoitt Cflttiparir. Limned. )t 
Oonlnioa Buildlna Toronta 

t^NOOrBERSr* MARINA. STATIONART. 
* trained for oarttBcaiaa, Wtatoeboni. 
Caatral BulMUw. Vkr.oei wmtaroorn. 



JUHTOR 
Boi W7A 



POM OPPIOB 



AMD WIPE WANTTO Afl^CAJki 
M«hl_auiu apartnanl block, 
niu rre, n achBBBB for 
Hammond fUaltp, 



korMiaft Apply 
D aaaiaB street 



BBttaa. muat anderaiarto low 
Plant and 



prriaure tieam 



TOTNO MAR. BUOHTLT CRIPPLED 
in iiri iiftBd. Boado aarfet la bard 
Korkrt anit wkUiBa to do aayuilai 

»043, i-niar,i*t 



Boa 



A BOOKKCKTXR 
'V •n«aae(Brnii 



CrwiB. ITM. 



WAMTB PART-TIMB 
local raleraooaa PbaoB 



/■JOOD OOOR AHD BAKaR. OODWTmT 
VI hotel. iMMpiul. larwe eamp: caod rafer- 
enre i ^o» 4741. tolonltl 

ii'^NauaHMAN *a. ex opWcbCskiicb 
J paroian'nt iKwitlm Vicir.na or lalaod. 
Oood oCflcu ur atJtrt man dttve am make 
ear Babcr, induolna4tB, bonaoL Anr 
vlSISSmr. Oeaoyiaa SUoob 



T,^XPWBROBD OAHP COOK. OOOD 
Boa Mil mionWt 

T *ART TIMR aXPSBT~ BOORXOPml 
I ywra VMtorta; fafwoaooa 

Phona MTI 



W'DW OH 

TY Orneo. ST« JobaaBB BtyoM. 



WAHTE»-TEACHOrO P U B II I UW. 60OD 
^ pnioM ichooL by Alborto babpro 
tMasaifc oaio l a H Bi i«um. fPiMa Mr («- 

A&MkrIb. 



PAOrrnS ARB 



SHI?: '* ordioarr 7; 

*™.r*"' •oartaionta and kroo than .«« 



ba?I-.T 'h top 

t» aity. Ml ft 



pAPBHaAHcmiib 



/ ^oMBHR-pAurnRa 

* ' kalaaaitoiBe Ph< 

1 » A 1 N TTb a RAlaokRHDIO. papmT 
I haBBtoo. brafcaB MSto NSMoaS. Ba 

Mrtwa S ^JSr^^"^ oaid^bYrBil 



Bute acparianci 



It 



TO BXCBANOB 



AHD t WOib BXCRANaE MT BonTTT 
al M JIS te a flrn-etaaa poultry ranrh 
o( 14 Borea. with rr.id'rn ''"n -rifnniei^ 
bunaalow nt* vaier h-ii .^r nlunibine! 
haiem'fM. 'umaf^ [Vflur-. bmll-Ui t\- 
lerta poulirr B«commodatirm loo over 
1.000 birda: for a mU. claar UlMd aM»o» 
in tb« city or Boboibo. aot loo fbr ML 

DVOUZRE BOX SMI. OOW5Nt8T 

AREAIXT (KX^I) PROPt^BTTIOM -CAL^ 
aarr la enindna a b'jHdina ^oo(B OBd 
rwal eaUU la la aood demand Twaoty 

*s* • '"•">" tb*- 

elky llaalto and tw» biUm from the City 
Baa; MMOt car Uaa and emitnt aidevaik 
paat property^ trada for ten ar owra ocrra 
in Saaaich. with aia or boym 
houae We aiTonalr reeoBiowofflJ 

PaMBSRTON * BOH 



l.-'MPREBS THU S SM SK TM O PARLOR. 

Mt HiB l M l raiea 

Phone (7nL. 
i J f in.icked 



RADIO. < TOSaBk PORVABLai tM 
complotA. Ml JahBMB Bt. Pbaaa TM 



ROOBRB BATTBR' 
tata. lo perfKt oaadmoa. 
hubroka BlfoaL 



FOR 
UM 



RADIO. ALL.BLB0TBIO. MM, ODM- 
pWte 7-ln»B: oalak Mia. llM. BOK 

4M1, Colonial. 

lai mmtcAL' iM B raro a Hia""^"''"""" 



KBRT'B 
aPBCCAL PIANO TAUTB 

ALL oar BBod plaaoa ba«a beta radaead 
far tblB •oak aatr. Ump wora *ood 
raliit b al of^tbw an boMar aav. 

IIM mi 



I^vjR BALE LEPT-nAND OOt.P CLUBS 
ai^d |pa(r,rr bar Phone II44L 

I tCK»n TKA. 4,Vr PBM POUND A NICE 
V I Indian tea of eacalloot (layer, tbroo 



pnundi II H. delivered 
Phiinem. »a4t and 3134 



MaroarB Orocary 



1-ON-A-OO BLBOTRJC BBLT, aLMRTLT 
uaad; erry ehaap Ptioa 



Ootonlyt. 



JAMBSOH-S HEW PRnCIDH UVT "R" 
Bow rtady. Wa wlU be plaaOBd U 

one le you Aiineaon Coffea Co 



NO 3 AUTOORAPniC POTJllNO 
BrowBla. wlU) trawliot caaa and 
MavoBlt tripa^ oawkBto; ball prtoa. 
PbMio nlHT. 



IIM 



IIM 
IIM 



SaOTOim. H OAOGB. llt.Mi SROT- 
Bva. 13 faaaa D.B , MIMi nrill bam- 
baa flahlna mdi. H7<i: i-tuba radio, Mli 
7-ttilw »te-trip furt.'i JOIA fiib-a. 

II ftD: r.'o At.:-, .l rnc- '•".rritt, 
new tl-'r.(: riiP'r'. :' !■ ti-;(»rt«i, 14 M 
IMd Blaa-T-* r ' -1^ imm. 1141; 

bov-p btotie 14 -r M M as* 

Mibt. late r ^ 

JhVX.>» A AHONHi irrB 

Haw arvd Becoodtkand Btoro 
til iohnann St Phono TTB 

nrr trb Rooybr 
H'Kivr fsft batr day 

p).oti> icaiiR 



PLBABAHT ROOM. OOOD BOARD. AP- 
plr 1031 Smproaa Av^thi' pr:t?ne aOBIL 



lOOM 
ate. 



ANI> BOARIi I 1 KM.'! MnC'CIt- 
140 Palrfletd riinti* 

N C k, WITH ATfXNUANCk- 
valld or cooealaacanl. larae 
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f7OMm0RTAKa PTTnrafniinj nia}tt(>r>M 
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AND CBZUntKH-S OnaBBkB | 
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cnaryet Phttno TOfOX 

MBRIffTOW. LAIHEB AND CHII fniorB 
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Ioar-atTHDAT. iib^^a pink f-RrrrAt 
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Phooa t33«x 

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full trirhord. for only llUi 
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roooii lane veranda aarae*. lane lot and 
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Urae raraadAl. Blpad eater MMmnreot 
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andaa. Diolce waterrronlaee. Prcc t---' 
quUk «alr. n.OOO P R Brown A Booa. 
Ltd - Mil Broad Street Phone 10T* 

\-BBY CHOICE OLEN LAKB WATTR^ 
* front Inli tor Burruner Eamo l^bne 
3M7 or 4NL. 

.> BEAcn'oori-Am TO alDrr.^^ 

- locaUty. ApMr t A. Vwaa. RJL L 

victoria. 



<t rOWbTOT AMP UVMTQO 
MA pevttar amu boppum 



111 notn 
aaraer 



till Brood Rtreet 

VT LirEP (YJVE "-"Mroro f>r 
niatiad ealtaae. t> mnm. n 



dOtrm TCRNBR 7 flOOMB 

115 lyi 

U Mrnrirt nt 7 rooma 11 50 

U4 Mlrhlean St 1 room- yO 00 

M3* Oovemio-lit 91 7 ioon-,B rarae* 17 Flfl 

1131 McKrniie M-S rooma. aarace in M 

111* Palrfletd Rd -T VBaBMi laraac MM 

B B aasTS 

C» Yatae 8i PhiKiA 174 

p-ll Tf-.nONTO RTnFFT 4 ROOMS IIM 
*l ta7 woodlandi Road. 4 mam . 10 so 

aM View Straat. I tuaau )l M 

•33 toaernea* aW MI. 4 
adTT r 



ACOHFORTABLB ROM* roR BITMMER 
month*, near IV**- 



M* Oorwe Road, 
am R»>e Htre^. 4 room 

IM Bapener ntreet. a r^oma lAM 

MlttMream Road. I raema M.M 

ISYT Oram Btraot. 7 ro««a Jl.M 

71* Wtlaon ainal. • roatU MM 

na Corntnrant Siraai, | fuans- M.M 

UJI Peri:*'m] Road. 4 f«an4 17 M 

114 Hn*e nireri. I roOBt*.... MOO 

ini PairOeld Hoed. 7 auaMa.....^.. *• M 
lt]< Rlrtiartlwn Kireat. a TUaM...... •* ** 

III* .nfrif-i (Hrrft. 1 nv»na MM 

l«ia ('mnuvHT: Nlre'l. T roooaa. .. M 40 

Phone in*"! XTb Hea.lt Dtiv*. T reOaU... MOP 
U>n»r Road, a ro|pi4.-<.fc. .. 7; 00 

P H BROinr* BDIIB, LTt> 
111! Broad Straat Phone lOll 

TWO 



A 7 nooam bodbb. moobbi*^ 

'* * n rertlarea . hot 



U'ii Perk and 



n reft) area . hoi we ler 

tehool anil 'wo catlinea 



A 



ArniACTTVK WELL PURNIBtlBD 

M. Pt-.a'W ,»|^,^,„„^ 



i^ADBOfUl SAT MrX'BB TO 

^ Cain[ii>i< riioi.i iO\ 



keaah: vaa. pien< 

I a bonaalo 
407B1, 

MODBRN 1 uaiiiawi 4-iiooancD I 
b«oaai«w. avaf* aafivaalauMi near , I,""- ' ■ " 
m Mai«arei-a S oBaat Pbaaa atML. ar I Toimie a^r-fie ian» 
aoa olairtia Avaaa* IW RUIrida. 



r. Rix Hi fiM"- nuiM 



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laaa. a aaUr 



OOT- 

MaBl Bg^OMl 



eataa* rrf.t il] 



UIBROUM 



BABY ORirrRR, JBtaXT OIANT8. 
Rhode (itand R'l-.t. Whiu Wrandot«aa. 
Barrad Rock*, t:] twr hundrtd: White 
t.C«hnrnr. Ill per hundred tw al aa Wla k -old 
KUlletn II to earh. etfi 11 MIIUW.' Sik 
tJtue PniiUry Parm. CotaUH UW. 

HUPP ciiPDvnia i»oi:~ao(iOai 
•etiiaf, tlW »a4 daaao. laiulia IN 

Johnaon Birect 



BLAOK MINORCA BOOB. PROM tM- 
prtr<*tt (lurk. 11 50 per aettinv venem, 



loao Albina Hirrd 



OUR RBW OSBD OAlt DBPARTUBBT 
IB PROmiO VBBT POPULAR 

BaCAUSB WS ABB OfTBRlNO ALL 
MODBLB OP OAIIB. 

CHRYSLER BEIiAW BalMf IBSS burlB« B 
new ooe. vou BfB MflBB a MB 
doprw Latlon 

OODOB SEDAN In perfati atiap*. TMa 
14 b rcUaOla car 

BS8BK COACH. ItTT - Dtac atwalfc m- 
Rellvnt buy. 

ESSEX 8BOAB, USI— The popular family 
ear . 

roRD TOURIMI. OOOFBIt BIWABB All 

iinar 1 

Hf: Si s nm~)l]an.AM .'I'l like a new 

.1.- .n\ J"'! can Mi»- r-r'f iO^ 

ritX«M'>Bll.E COACK Juet nlcelr br'.krn 
In. but a woMlavflil dMeaaal 

Wa Have Several OaSm— Cama In aad 
I Oar Oata asSPilaM anas OlBara 



A. W. 



IBM Mlt BtyaM 
OAJrTBR. LTD. 



IBM 



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PACBAHD. MODBL 191 TDUItZBO. A 
faalary-^nUt. aavyn-paaseniar taarlBS 
ear. lo anaptionally flaa • a n dH f i. 
navly ra-Dueued lataat PaskafS MMIB. 
iplaadld lop, aaw-BtUn* cVda-curMMa. 
vary rood uraa. A aa* aar ua f Ip. 
luaaially aiuiad Mc aBr*lBr- #f OQIC 
Hire. A SaiSBlB tOT Vl^OD 

PLIMLAT— 

CRRTSLBB "61" BBDAIf. lata. Is 
aplaudid aaaalraateal ordar, new apboi- 
aierr alts aaaan. anatnal Bniah uka 
new. iptedM llfOA BeawMalsal opera 
tlan and vara aaBUy baaoad. MOi^ 
a-aailblhr a ladVa oar 9cnO 



KATIOMAL HOTOa OO , 
«■ TaiH StNBt 



LTD. 



n"NnAL''>w nv ttib 8>a 

AO^yyi CACH Wli I. l*l)T YOU IN POS- 
*Sb)innr .^auon ol a iMOUtltul luralabad 
bunaalnv farliie the at*. B0t tar ItWB 
rrttir* •)! cttr and flvei you IIM par 
moctti iniromr, ivaa latcroat. Aak ua. 

HAMMOND REALTY 

IS11 Ooualai Street Phone lUD 



^$ BOATB ANB LAUNCBl 



k-MAanta wav« 



rHMTB, ROUND BOTTOM AND PLAT. 
AJ aiM Bars for aaln. all alaea 
a* aM B ltSat 



r, MY Port Btrcat 



tTRtnSDtO HOU8BBOAT. TOLVt 
ppvd. dlnabv. jobnaan, alA. 
Can ba laapaetad Rodd Braa.. 



r>oT 1 

JLr eau 
I3.4UI 

oona. 



ppvd. 
Can 

Th e ooaat 
POOR BORSBPOWBIt 



la rour play around. 

ndoiB. 



EMODTB 4-ayltndar, 4-«yel«. 
•tartar and elaetrlc aaoerator. 



»iM BUTB PowBi entnaaL m^. lobo 

w4tb aatt- 

__ or. Cabin 

baa fun haad'raaan. with ateeriiiB arbeel 
tarward. Oockpii aft. ui|h itaartaa wRaaL 
Baal aad aastaa is aBaamat aiadiwaB. 

WAUnOI AOAKB 

Taebt Broker 117 Jolmenn nt . Plinne 1771 

I^^OR SALS— CABIN fTtUIHER. Jl t^' 
1 letiath, a ft beam, elecuir heiiis. 

*-ia-b-P. Palmer enoine aM ^ne .-nnOU nn 

newlr painted Applr Hafrnn HuathmM 
Brentwood pnone Keallna 410 

FUtT -BOTTOM BOAT. 10 PKET. NEVER 
bean uaad. 114 44 0 Kelvin Road 

ASbuifB LAUaCU POB BALB. CIIKAP 
Apply a.O. PaWM Bao«e. Sreniwood 



UUXWOOn. 14 PER (-MRU. Ota IDS 
Wacka. 14. beat Or cordwood. nABi 



Wacka. 14. 
•lov* leuatba- 



A. Vowloa. pbaaa miLl 



GLBKBAOLB OBTLABD fOI WOOU. 
eoaeaoteed uavOT baas iB ValBhaa 
II per eord MaOHMT jalu WMfc JMB 
per eotd Oteoaails Vaas Ob. Haia 

•U4a nuht 3071 ^ 

i^pn-iAL injit uNR MOMm-4Mnr IULL- 
r> wood. (4 pat cord, alip BBllB. 



fc;HAWN10AN 
i taaBUu. hau aord. 
I4.ni two 
eard, We have 
Pbeaie IM 



LAKB na. nova 



itava tba aoto mmp hb thia 



UP - ISLAND 
Wood Oa, 



MUX WOOD. 
Pbane >*M: BMS* 



MT.M PBB OOUD, 




r^tSUi TKE MLAND WINDOW AND OAJt- 
[JwWt CLKANIMa W . tn Pan Stvoel. 




•It* Hard I 
ar aMctna 
Piup. 



W- M. 



Bga8fl*gga MMBTal,. 



BARRtflTERB 



n IT Al MAr« '-EN 
naivtaMf *. tHMif iiuia. iiuixMe, 
Wb."*!) •>! UB(iii..Oa. Atbcrla and 
OW>ial>la Uara Pteaaaa •!*. 
m*iih md Mu»B Otwu* BMa . VlaterM. a.a 



bLfcalNU nuMB 



■KiiM MtJiLHtnu HdMB. laa 
>«rDcr HtetiatilHaa. *>l>aMe t**J 



US ri.nr \t itii: rtl vatt Lv.><f 



LAOHaB HOUa 1*1^. X • PT . PWaT- 
daa* MBdlMBB. vttfc btSBSB abaft. 
BfBBMw Bsd tank: fOaap- iMa IIAIT. 



THB MDVOK MOOBB 
CMBrtal. UMMd 
oar. TWaa aad Taaceuvar Sla. 

SCABXMt DBPAimCaRT 

KB«aMtsiau*anal — Ms OsMis w i 



UBBD avBtaes* Maurwaa 
ssnaafd asstaa lapalra 
laM Ooeernaneot Bivval Pboo 



pboae aaar 



DH VXltN- 

Phene IM4 



■ . r. Hid.; 



BOU8B8 VOft BAlB 



A BARO AIM— OOTTAOB. B ROOMS. 
'V batb. pantn; flaa jati l-aula alralB. 
To cloM an aatalii SnallU. OalaolaL 



BOATS. amntUDBB. CRUISER 
TsboBdMalOBM 

To make roaaa for thr new btwta 



pAomc BOAT oa 

OBaaavey, nppsalla C P.R. HMbI 



BUYS orsn 
•aad aaslM. 



LAijs(.-H. wms 



$125 

»1 on BirVB OAIIIN LAUNCH. HITTcn- 
vJ'O' inaoti aaalsa. TtaM u tasl anap, 
BUTB Waat OOABt MBBBOAT. 

PAOaW BOAT 00> 
Blapa OppoMts OTJL MM 



IVOIiAa ISttBW, UD. 

lilo TATas ar uh vatbb ar. 

PBOKB MT PRONE III 

Open tvualiwa and Suadan 

"IP Tou oar IT AT PLotura 

rrs AU. RIOBT' 



CaHaVBOLBT TOURINO. IN OOOD OON 
' dtliao. With licence: 171 Phone 19S1L 



ifllOO 



tHANULrJl aSDAN DB LOZBL ODHDl 
«M iM* for 



i- tion like new Phane 
demDoatratloo Cheap 

C m ». Phone 1HIL 
Urea. II 10 



mBVIIOt.ET TOURINO. MM--A BMAI^ 
325 

DOB 
nape 



a SNAP. UM UOBNCBi PBBPKTr 
US Alao IISIM 
• 11 Oovemaaent Btreol, 



" ;i oj 1^ la hi. 



NI 



■W crt-nnTji .V 
l^ (.1 13 .--.i;. 
rtlunaiille'l romnlet* unti nor^ri -i"!..!! 
neala, eio.; lb* feet aO-lneh J L/i't, n >->r: 
e a Ivan lead nottlaa and po>i«. m ran 
be aaan neat 4U Kerr Avenu* t\a tr,r 
lot. aa la. nr aaar aBar Apptr Room a*. 
Boon BuUdtaiB' 



,iOa BALB — Mfr4BO0K BLBCmUC 
OM mtJ 9UI aan aSvas 
pvaatta 



l.iOa BALB - 
r btnadar. n«d 



Awply RkJt^daaa. Saukb Baad. aavaM 
Maream Bvrvic* MUtlOn 



ptiu. 



Red*. Biitf ' 
Norman rm'.. 



I^MB*ae«a_ 
I aaah 



e ■.HOtiK INLAND 
ao to 70 cvttta 
LM>ualaa Street, a ft 



14 wm rnxma baob. 

Oalaulla. IIB 



^■<MtlX .MX COACB. ini NEW TTRBB. 
• ovmpara. MM ar beat olTer 
rrcF. r.r ' araae 

1,'«OK UL-ICK BALB— BTUDBBAKBR DIP^ 
tator aadan. S-paaaenoer. 1*17 model, 
run a.DOD milea. maehanlcallr perfect 
Owner leavlna ntv muat aell Rediired 
from 13. 171 to 1 1 . 1 M) AppI I B^a » 1 07 , 
OobnUai _ 

ElbilO TUDOR SniAN. ItM MODKU 
r barvaln. lail Jfnn*r>n Phone iiMY. 

IMR BALa-ovaaiAiiB m "A" wnTT 
' atasafdap. aaBd tMaa saw 
»4A aiMjPanmad Baud. 

I.IOB BALB-l»rr' BRREX 
apMBlId MadiUoo. mn I 
ihotiaaad BilTtt Phone MTTi 



Eft LBoaoatN puujns. ouabamteed 



FI^OUR OOOO BADDLB BORSBS. VBBT 
rvntla, rbUSnn -t-} henffle tlmM. 
PhntM 44T fCaauaa a ,tf.,iev WaM 

Road. Mt. Newtoa. 




fMYn.B 



■t,Xm SALS— OOOD FAMILY OOW. 
I mRkme I ^^CBBaaa. van rt* BtHk, 
prtrv laa n YWmm. OM Waat Band. 

Rnrai Oak 



,ViU aAI.B RBOl 

with oapel PiMMa IMflk. 



I 

L^blt BALB- rwat-YB ORAM /SKBBT 



I^XA BAlA-'«VBaLAND 4-M Mfc SX- 



tl 

owner. lart 

a. Arat-rUaa 
lllon l^oa •^ai 
4101 t'oluoiat 



P>aDBRAL TN1TOKB. 

ewM Vaneonvev 

X.-WlMt) TOD6ir~tlS4, 
I epieodid anadWOB. Uraa puad 
SMBR 

I,V>R BALB WILLTB-KNIOirf MtTblK 
44 rou^e ardan A rar with enlnwe 
aeatine cai.u'iir n-'erirllrT rair.t. upiiol 
•teTT and lir"». n-.in-re:' "iih eiie 'tia 

that Will never wear owt Prlvaiel* e waod 
Pb<Ma rar daMNMWallM 



aftcmnMs. 

Pboae 1441 

VBBY BPSCIALI 

ORAHAM-PAIOB MOUYL a i.'i 
Thia little car la In peitrct ■■"'.jitir. 
Rieehanlcallr Wa have Imi nnlaried 
rvpainttns tn a vera 
atlrarti.a rolor Price 

ri-iHE rara liatcd batow are our cert I Bad 
1 uvd (-Ara aad tba 
Vou will aarva «BM FPU B 
iry tbaaa oat. 

rH*"^— SBDAM, 1M1. 

BBaallaot bar 

STAR BROUnNAM. 

1*3» 

OftAUAM-PAIOK mndel 

ai4l*3S, faor apeeda 

KRSKINE OOAOII. 

i*«a . 

PONTIAC SEDAN •BPaolALi 

i*pr 

BS8KZ OOACR. IFfT-M 

oLDaHOMttjaniih 



IIU BTAR TOmUMO. OOOD 

tlrea. ruaa wair . 
CHHY8LER "4 PHASTON. beauiLful 

ahapa. meabanlaally aouod A MOi Mt 

rral Uab-ftaSa bV VVV^ 

PORO TOUUMO BMr* BWM ftOR 

truBMamuaa ^OU 

TUB MOTOR HOUSE 
iVktortai, Limited 
Om. Taiaa and Vanomvar Sla. Pbooa 443 

OB B^S — %IIOO 



$140 



71 



■CBimSB MUOTOBT 



AC TO SASU1 



aaada bbibl 



na wemo oodpe. RuoKnaLb able. 



4IU 
X » 

Pthar 



Utdart taaltMan. waadjjSiMir Bad 



TYBBD GARB BOOOKT AMD I 
\J ahaaiad. Maiiere taoMv Co. Ltd 



It BUBINSM orroETiiNiTies 




CBBBBBVB. MAWimBi 



CABPBT WE*Bf— 



A' 



well rurnlabed aaa plalei and raoara 
liot water Huwd heater rtenta atei^r 
I IM par nonib. Larte a ronndi. nicelr 
rtf SvernJUna oan- 
Aa a 



$875 

$495 
14r>0 



laM asL PunUture 

lasaad m isb Bauee 

$1500 



noBMrr orubb * oo. 

1113 oovaraneol Straat 



AYTRAcnvELT BrruATao 
rvBort lor aale aa a BMSS BMMtra. 
Ready VLcioria AU tha yiar yBBBi saW- 
near Soi 4*n, Ooloniat 



^N u fP U Mrg un T to airr a 



IBEAMD urtNDOW AMD CAMPBT 
lac O nt Port St Pbaaa MIA W. a. 
UMbee. yivtnvtioi Kepalra. awrawaaia 

ett^HwaSanMllMSMMMavH^wwi^M 



stAvaaaat 



ABMAP^aaDooB} nacMi it^im to 
M.TM. OB tenaa. an aaeouni ol ftwn- 
•y'a in keallb: modam ala-momad bun-* 
salav: maanlBitant view of aea and 
■ aBBtalaa; two lata and aaaulalte aatdeu. 
lUy Band, paruolaa. l aiafc abmba, fruii 
traaa and vaaalable SBIBml Bamdlal* 
la«L NO aiaaia. Mr parUaulara 
asjBY 

ATTRACTIVE nvE-ROOMKI5 PTJU.Y 
modem bunaalow; eplendld condittoni 
baaa w at- Baraaai walkina duuaea to 
i wm- Pbd wa W in.. 

V DANDY 4 RboM OOTTAnE. RATH 
and pantry, lovely earden, taraee 
A anap for auklr aale. taah ot term a 
»ok ft in. ColoaU at. 

A' CHEAP BUT— MOOaa OP 10 ROOMH 
on 3 leui eamenl baaraicnt with 
furnace, and two aaraaaa Cloae in. Price 
Onlj ll,*0O, 1400 caali. balanca aa rent, 
7'V Applr I3T Pandora Avenue 

DBIHABLS RB8n>KN<-E OVCIIL^XjK- 
>n« waiar; «uarut-acra ctjiuaaiad. 

UitiL til AnnaKL 



isa 



-CV3R SALS (JAHBB BAT). aK-BOOWD 
r howaa; baa luat baea lBar*lillrfF 
ovatad inilda and auL Asali 

Claraaoe Straat. 

r^DVTLnSiUt'B RSBTDENOB FOR SAI t 
^ a or to leaae never) larva rooma. trind 
ern. with alt Cinvroi'.r.r *t quarter a''ra 
lot, Bne lardeo. mm- larie oati Aaa'itrii 
value II POO Pelert In. alitr Jiitt otl Uppor 
Foil flirret '.ifTKr o[ It OUO will be con- 
■ iJerrd br owr^«r. who u forced tn aell 
Bur direel and aav* oimmlaatou Teiae 
arranaad Applr Boa 4ua. QalanM 



nOUBB POB SALS— 1111 
naay Pnt Stiwat. tuUy amdarn. • 
aaiuld not ta aaod laoant that 



roaaai. av . 

would look afior aardan 



Pbooa lasirt. 



J II A VI JUST ooMPLaraD a 
v.iiiilTfully charailna all-room 
aiiw'.i butiaalffW, vbMb I ballave 
ta be tba moot up-lo-4au raeaon- 
ably pvioad bawa In blab part at 
FMrflald. It U artlatleaay daeo- 
raiod aad iSa alaotneal Sttlna* 
ara al tha beat. Tba bona U ready 
for buM^l* aeoBPanay. AppI^ 



TJWUt mOR BCnooL fnnneN ROOlftp 
PI Bdaaa. earaaa. lawn. rri.U irfH>ai IMNb 



IV 



BBfaOOM— WMOLBBALB 



TV Seeioa O -c 
eeeda. tmpertei ' 
fUrwiahlnea. leoia 

OveraU* Mai 



r-n V(n> '(•* 




eaev terme 114* Walnut aireei 

r.AI WTATT! AOrNTB .pI^AiT TAKK 
(iiiHi-e I hav" mr |.rr.i.rMr "l 

•aa Mead Bireel. r-"tu'n.*K. 'f.r.i m n • ■ 
ai rra. rirlrj4le»lr will, M'- r li .'■(•, 
Orubh A- Co. 1113 Clovemmenl Blreet. Vit- 

toriA ■ All plbar IMiaaa 1 barvby csaMl 
from (hia data llSllAy. MB. WTT. 
Corlleld^ 

rro MODBRN aOMBB. OOMAIDEn- 
•bly below aoaL In plaaaIBB aurrouno- 
Irw* alaaa to airevt ear and ilBaa i a Oak 
any. aavvn tr«>in"l >om-ban8alo« and 
aanae, 14 tot, viriorla Wait, elaht- 
rootneil wrii buiii h'fuaa. froataae on 
i..-*t(i Mnr wa'.eriL ti OW Only aerloua 
t-cnu-i.-^arra plea>e appt* lor fuller 
tirtilara. uwner. Boa Mlt. Coloatet. 



per- 



rpas rOLLOWlMO PBOPBBTT WU, PS 
i BOLD BT OWMaa. JB^fasM 



on tHHitoaa P4 
Sm at* heuti'ia 
BgMNtu Mo»4oaaa '.f 

SRTlPBafS^a&rd^ 




28 



THE DAIi V roi >\i T \ r >ria, B.C. SUNDAY. MAY U. 1929 



Country Homes, Acreage, Fruit L and 




n 



■ nt (l«H 
, l>rH at 



OAK MAX 
la UM BMi nrt •< 

OAK IMT 

AM uaoLCTKLV mm ■owoalow 
•r all Un» WTF niam*. w^o '™* 



AN EXC«moilAL UOll» 



O KXPKNU HAS 



omt spahid h 

ih» MaiKucuoa of ifiu 
leuuw M idtt). wuhia MO duMM* w 



N 



X*ni bsMoiMU uM ■ _^ 

u Ttrr confMUklir arr*ui»d 



A niuT-CLAaa bot 

SXOILUlfT N»W rrUCOb BOK- 
OAIXJW II MimrTBB WALK 

onrntB or citt 
/^OKTAmura nvi wbu. plawbo 

' •iinof iMM «Dd taum lor »»'" '"J 
atua; tsr«« apan B'*rUc« 

bandMima llviu-rown; Bl«a .°!P.^?: 
riiooi. Iira«kt«at nook in ••"■*™!2Jii 
kik-twQ. Uraa baihroom. lane elo?*U 



III* Golf Unlu. on bUih •■4.^- 

fAIM. TtM sra* at ttia land U a IllUa 
orcr b»U an acre. aa4 U twautUutlr U(«<I 
Th« houw la BW*PUo«»ll? ileatanart 

lui L untviiiantF an* vft^ u( wiMt. AC>a -) 

n.)i » Arm iiEATEu wtUi lha ut«l irpa 
oi raulr conUoil»4 and acao^aieal •*! 
burmr Tbara M* aw^Ija * aiaad »ag- 

iATOiloaMB Atk4 alwvM tolli. 

SroMM IbiMWhPiii Uw bMM ba«« 
OWOOD ruMM, vtlb mtadgaay 
doari TDa workniMiahlp. ri«al«B Mid BW- 
tvriala at« b*>yaB4 crIUaMn. 

MoT to 

Bttrr * KOL Lm 

Baal mtlMfu, iBdMrthaa ■«* PIbusIbI 



IOMUMa«> 



Mdroanu. aU biiUl-in 
fin» CPiDfnl batrnifcit. lurnac* 
laiaao ijfioil Ifii On ftoa ftouJ*- 

brarii ant] park Uuin o' 



Cllf. 

_,„ . flr«t-«Uaa 

inBltrial*. unOri p«r»onal •<'''*"**'J? 
ar prvM-nt oa ntr l*ne« **.IHia> ■» 
tvtm* tncliidiaa b«Biitlf ttl f •tlBH*'!; 
vaccUenl piano, inlaU )1B»- ■KRiHI 

lUiDlvuBi. munit. m- Wt#w" 

X-QBTH QDAOKA DIBTTtlCT -FIt*- 

rootnad boK«law and '»» 
fulli j»o4<rrn BseapUnnal Uk 
TKlM. an aa» lerma <r— 
i jrr NORTH QOADRA. '>o» b!*"k - 
' ' Aaml-btinaalaw. etceplionallr 
t>ui)t ftod tilUr tnodein. n>« rooma 
down and lluw wataM atML^^^ffit 
aaierlBaa at tmag 
larmal 

PAmrntLD 

POtm-ROOU BTOCCO Bt'NOAlJjW, 
rull eoncratc baaancQl. cumUtna- 
l<on alnk ftnd laatKlri' tub* in ktUhanj 
■ araaa. dd latf« lot. atllh 
Ti«« of «aUr <Tarinai . 

SBAFRONT-EirapttonaUr •«« cm»- 
•trMWd llvt-mm alucce buoaa- 



t4000 



111 »a^vaiv*>> 



tow. 



with lana aiwirMn and unat' 
M 1 14. MM badroMBa and an- 
athar fully nnUbM la baMmaai. UitM- 

E>M baUiraeni uid aMra tolin in 
aMunvnt. whWn Baa ftm» concraia 
WBlu up U» Beat Mala, larva eapboard 
a»ac« and bullt-B fa«Wf«a. hat- air 
fiuaaM abd opaB ftf«( aataaa; on 
l«a Iota. 109 tiM ItaU to a ardan and 

ir.d'""* tTsoo 

TN A cHAfuanra •rrnno AWDtr 

-I baauutui aakm, on top ol oh at in* 
ciir'a moa* popular baiabu. mb a 
»up«rb ovar losd and aro. auada 
• ftoa bona ol aix Una rooana. wbleh 
■a ^ar. OB lorma. tt^^l 



S8500 



PCMU&HION 



piiMM m 



\N UNUBWU* OWORTIJKITT TO rOIl 
cttaM » na-a«ra fann oi • vary n* 
aoaaaia Oaura. 

TT>a land la rhib blaek aatl. aB tfawad 
and I**«l. tCDCad maa crnaa-laacMl. 

Tha bulldlttaa arr in veri fait thopa 
and uonalX of a W'U-bulIt cottur nr tlva 
rouna. a lar«a barn, two laraa Lhickpo 
hauu>a. (tc. 

II U about len milfi from lo*" eliytr 
le a aoiid baaoh and i* cnoat mttra int 
datTTlM or amall Iriiii 

Tha ovnar, «hti ha* pprmanrnilr l^rt 
lha city ha> initru.:ta4 m to oflar th)i 
«»r* atiractlvt ixuprrti at tba 4|*}TfUI 
unuiuallr low priea at -. fHJ I 

BRANSON. BROWH * CO . LTO. 
View and Broad 8U PhOtM 54M 



laoi 



m 



OAK BAT 

F^XOBmONAlI-T PRTTTT »- 
J rmmad atuaco baruialow. altu- 
atf d no blab iraond la Iba cbol«*«t 
pan al iBU OaaJrabla 4>aUrtal. 
Coa*«ni«nUv toaaud alM «• Hm 
cat lm> aad- mUB iva totniM 
at 



W JONBa, LTD 
Batokltabad lau 
■lalaaiTC Amnta 



-nSOKT mos aqpMK mB tald oat. ud 
■Ci to a looB McatloB. HBAK OAUAB 



ROAD. Raw luraaet. lafta 
also Bll-minuta car 
BPBCIAU.V PRICED M 4M 
Uat «iU ault you v sll at on 
U rou vani a BAHOAIM 

OTTY BBOKHUOB 
Tit Vlav atfoat - Pbooa ■!> 

AtMFfBLO "TrOOM BlfNaALCiW 
Brwiaec. buUl-lB china utbinaia 
Bi IfMiH •aanioftl. fumaca. cloaa to 

UkT— Maw «>room alueee buna- 
^ tovi oaaaot baaooipot. all up-tp-data; 
braaUiu|iMak.bttili-inanactB. Price iS.dH, 
O OOHYKM dl OO.. ion Doutlaa Bltaol 



BAROAJM— CLOOTO OAR AMD BCBOOU 




A orwTi-tMMra 
t ' lUF. my HoUl 

UAAf^lCH ARM 



rprUB MODBRH HBBIDKriCE. with 

•a abowl 
«law et Um 

hUIa. Btoauto 

watar. oxtra ptamblJU. bUllard rooaa. 
kaannaaiL aaraaa and •M«Bu*l'»»«a ^ 
aU UnBa. Tha land )■ ol tiM bf^ 
BMtar euluvaUon Lawna. 
bESua and unall tniKa 
j| mmZm la vary nUMr 
HaUutf daliwTlaa 
daily. Mlaodld traniparUtlen ^ and 
froto 3w- TMoa w w" ttjbt 



KsomABrr 9W » 
A nxxriropD wMrmmrt 

StmSALOW 



WOOtm 90M SALK 



liDSTEftBUJI. mMAK * CO, 
Pbooa u m Via* BUw* 

»750 

KKAR MAJUVfS DRXTB AMD PARK 
^ooa boaaalow. la anaOaat ««ndUloD 



7B 



UOt'SEii rOK aAJLS 
II 




H' 



lU la AN ATTRACnVB BONOAIOW 
coHtpriaUic rretpt on hall, lane 
lOf'taafla wilb oimd fiirplac^. pan 
MM BkBttw-'oo°>' kiicr»n Uira*^ 
MM bathrooiu. t*n b»ilroOtnk baw 
MBt. and Durwd root 
condiunu and" vrry pleaaaoUr wUi- 
aWd lacina oe« clo»e to jaoa 
MAdy baa^h aoB aa' itoa^ toiMBwl 
MMMHB _WP Ba OB- #( 



taooo 



aom oooD Btnra 

IN Bun-nrwo lots 

Jamaa ■w-UarrtAald Ava^ luat otr 

oariiBiaipt. rrtoa » J" 

••ItovUla Bt— Ab amUoDI tot tm- ■ ■ la* 

Rorbland A»r, ■-lo*f In 0«»arBm*Bl 

BouM I'lif Il.»w 

Traoali Rd . Oak Bay. a aood lot loc I UO 

Baaab onM. 
lor otBy. 



$8000 
■CAKtH* DKXTS BOHB. OAK BAT 
'VlC^ Be*a ol a toana. all oMdora caa- 
vaal«uaa. cltaaud «a aitra laroa lal. 
cnmniaodini Bna martoa vww. and alooai 
tbrww Iron fina baach 4 bvdraoma. llvlna 
and Btotoa-roov. kitchao, batriroom. r«tra 
MIM dMntttalra; full c«iBMit baarmenl. 
titrBMa BBii laundry lub^ Good garoaa. 

OU»K-Df XOHB 
iT-ROOH baada. to taad caRBlliaR. ko- 
I ■••M Oodfc and vucaunr MOB outa. 
r>a]anr# moatUp aa raat. wtib law tato m 

lnt»f»t 

$l(i>0 

TWO notrsBB to clobb bbtatk 

BimOALOW B< 4 raona. modern. o«q- 
crata foundation, baaomeot. bathroom, 
etc.. and ft-room hooaa amt doer on toma 
1*1. Praaant laul raaU OLM. K^eoaWa 
Ona af houa« waaU aaaw tBprow- 
Iha laal wmM daublad 



SSMMaCUStoaa' 



BO. 



LAUD * IHVMVniSMT MIMOT, 

UHnv> 



lis oaiwiu— 1> 



•in 




J? to nil bla 



•a 



TWO PICKED aovBm tn sAAincni 

PIVl-nOOHBD UonkRM BOHOA* 

LOW. tbraa Badrooaii.. tituna-raaai 
U fMl loot, batb and loiUi i*n f'nr^ 
and claarad loU. ctalcfcafl homr. n.r.'. ft-; 
car. csupk at baartbt trvll trap* ; tin 
111. UH down and maothly 

PTVK-MILS OraOLB 

ABOUT HALF All AORB — atOITT 
roema; owdWB ba*HE?" ^ 
Mimed baarlBB J—** ffli-Sift 

locauon LMta aUatM baa* SO^X^fl 
and aaraoo. MaatonaW* taftoi m» « a* W 



•P*«lal yaawoa ovnar ba* dMld»d 
i al a mr allract1»* 

Eia. &a baeat la ol lOild canm i 
ofct '■IBa roona. and bai v^m m.* 
HMlla ainn from mo«i ot Ihp «i[<<lr>vL 
taMltt-MBIt bai huir nvrii nr«i'larir «ood- 
alakltolBB>rootii and kili-lirii w^Ili naiit-in 
afftotat Ibra* aowl b«Mlroo<nt aiul baihtootn 
Hpatalra Tbe bawmani I* yrtj hiatt, 
camaot Boor, and aood funiac*- and 

lhara la aiao a aaraaa. At Uta price of 
n.1A0, on tMma. tUa la B daMdad fUt. aa 
It la in a iplaadid Bbltliailillliiaa. uoaa to 
Batowal AyaDua, 

■ZKB KOTAL TKOST OOMTAMT 

Real Bauw DapartoWB l 

nrlRiant RouM TicUrla 



i-fimrmr BTTr"rr cumk to park 
1 nva iBOBU. ^odcni amblM: niaa 
crtrd'-n. bB BM ■araa*. rab* fllm. taay 
tarma. 

BT TKB BUb— a fanair boma. aaaU-bon- 
aalow, aa««B raoma. ala^loa-porcb. 
baaaaiaai. fumaca J'i«i think' FrWo 
IJ.MC. Now Dad. aiir ihr ki<)i a clii 



lUtAI. HOME BAnOAITIS 
FAaPtKLD - ITUHT Id^l-M.-^. t) SW 
BRACON niU^EVSN BOOUB. 13.350 

rruUB rAIVIKLD KOiCB a< aMBt roam 
1 baa aUfina-raaai and dlntJU-room 
aritb open fiyaplaeaa. Pyf-fkotry to kit^- 
•n BOdarn batb a^ toUot Two bad- 
rooni up and two down Pull aUad baaa- 
mant, wilb furnace and laundry tuba- 



PKIOB 



$3350 



-ji ON Ttaaa 



BKAOON KILL— OD« and ooa-baJt ator*: 
Uyitw-raKB. dan. dlBlna-rooat. Uleltn 

OILLBBPIK BART * TODD. LTD. 

•11 Ptot Blfaal rbw »4a 



$500 



ISOOO 

'XOBK HRA BHOAr. tlAV 

MriDEtlN BL'NtlAUJW IN t.X\'tl.\ KtTt 
(XiMl.'TlUN Op«ii nrrplacr in tare* 
brtshL Ijvinx-tuwn, Dir.'r IrMlKMin*. Uifi^- 
pteca batHioMu 1>riiii lan ba artanacd 

Jl'T^O 

mOK aUAORA BAROAIIf 
\|OOBRM PTTB-ROOH BUNOAOW OM 
M TWO lana lardaa tola, latt at tnn. 
and obada troaa Opan flfak Bw liaai- 



79 H \N ri.lJ Id HI 

<( 1.1.1 (. 



)l( II -I - 



VV'ANTXD BUAU. S Ult t KLAiUBU 
V> beuw. oouioa ntr. Bioeara U yaiMtoa. 
■bout 11 ooa or 11 »o B«t naa. Cotoalat 

t t ' AM lu • w Al El* rtloNT 

' » Culljl-'* 1»4T or L>««p 

ILMO B«a C^niaalat. 




WMt. rurnae* and aan«*- 
imkB will aiUt purchaaar 

S3300 

CHARMOfU STUCXn 



A 



LAtOBT NEW FTUCCO BUNOAtOW In 
lordr IncaKnri. near waici 4>p^n nrr, 
two badroom>. cnodrrn kllctinu and paniri. 
braaklait nook, lull baaenant. furaaea aod 
t^it irrmit can ba amasad, 



t850 



am 



tf TOO PAT RSBT TOO OAK MOT 

ooK TWMtm woju mmmum too 

TT- -A T-i PartlaDr balll dwatltoCt ao 
1^ picellooi loll eaaant f«a»- 
i-.jtion. laraae' watar laid an, 
rnouali maUrlal on band le 
cotnplata 4 nmnu. KBItB IB A 
BHAP POK A HANDY MAN 
siao caih wlU handle. 
BAY- -pDUt-nMm bunoalow (in 
npiid ot repair) atul two cbOtea 
imt ciiiov to patfe aad baaah i 
and ai'.Mn pat/ walkBW dla- 
tanca ot tlta rllr 
OAXUNT^B-A n#at tour-room cotlace. lb 
vary nlco coOtlUlon. Ian* lawn 
and dowar aardank. Houm t* 
on aood foundalion and wiU 
auit anyona who do«t not wiati 
to elliab »tep* [»:rab|p lixa- 
tten- Tcrma can be arranard 

BBTWKBM PDBUO AND HIOH SCUOOI^ 
ft-room bunxalow l nraplatet. 

V^'jyy'J raaa Ou:r 10 mlnutci, walk 
to city. Taa>* IM M. 
tamts can bo amtnaod. 
»OS« BTKBVr-nTLLY PURKliaD A- 
raoto cattaae. in toM aba^ 
and luUy modvm. baaamcnt. 
furnace and laraaa. Two lota 
Tvrma eaa ba arraaaod. 

HZLUBD8 OimUCT^TMr ovpomaltr 
to MBut* a raal ba«M at a aaap 
priei. OaDtotaa I t oemi, «*- 

AOftOK ■■M Haaiaw M aad tamaaa. 

Btoadi blab aad aaiwaiaBdi aa 

be amaiitf 
P H BKOWK * «DI« LTD 
IIU Broad Slraai Maaa tm 



<3675 

BKAimVtKf nUKPOBUD BOTOALOW 

/ «HAJtMlNa BTDDtXJ BOKOAIOW in 
^ woadartul tardcn. Ooae lo ntfn curt 
and M-noOl Larae Uvliu-iaom. d::;ini 
room. Dutch kiicbcn. two badraatoaa luu 
dcRtrnt baaMnent. furnaca aad >a»ad » . An 
MiraordLoartly inod buy. 

15000 

JAtCBB BAY erraOOO BOWK 
j^miATKD IK MOKT WIBAIir B U>- 
O CATION, eloao park and aaa PlM 
baaaUfol rooeu la the van b«>at at coo- 
dtt»n- Pull baaemeai. furnac and laian. 
ipaiartlalk poaaeaajon ''an b« alyea. 

CBAItHfNO l-f'lANDB BI WOAI dyW 
iJ^XOBrriOMALl-Y WBU^PBIOBD BTUO- 
OO bunaali'* ftituatjid In noM dr«!rabla 
raaldoBUal diiirn:: I.an* brislit 'vioa^ 
TCMMn with irp^n fiirplare and Hard wood 
fl«ir>. v.ionr dinUia-touu wlib mauUBcaat 
noilrrn Outch kitoban laloeUia 
cookiQK' Cbinaoun'B rooa to aaaaaiaBl. 
turoaa* aad SAra«a. KM IBM Vtttt balora 
daetdtod. 



ft OB <- 

* I reooi bnnaalav; laaM haaa aaBd-alaad 
lirma room and dutoa-raoto. Bwdwaid 

noor^i r«a*oiiably pr k od. bllWaW Hu 
Slrret and Hallaa MM. Om fall P*r- 
IWtar^^™^^^«^^«||»fl|nj^^^^^^^^ 



ACKKAGK FOB SAlB 



PBMBXRTOH * BOM 



wm mm au. clabbv op mBOK- 

ANCK. INCLDDINO UPB 

LABOEST AVAILABLE LIBT OP PABMB 
AND COI THV fMOPBRTT PHOU 
WUICU TO UAKB YOUR CKtUOB 

BBAWIfTW SAKOAINB 
AOKKAOK KAKM8 AMD BOUM 



E 



ROBEVKAR lb OOHDOM 
III DBlOB BHIIdtoB 



TODAY'S BIBT BAKOAZK 

rtonr-RooM uDubb wm 

I ^ acraa at BocM lAWDB afld 

Cnldrn m cAt SltUBtad bttWaBB iWe 
v-^^ fini Mwiiri. l)>r tronl haa A Olf a l ito r 
(intr. Willi !*«n. shrubberv, Itiade ttaaa 
and tfiuUa coun. Tnr cardaaa lamiih 
a toraa daaaUtr of traa aad hmU fruit 
Rlab arauDd. *aod aaO aad aa^raafc. Maar 
aar Md. ^ia. WarOt daaUa. Xama 
arraaaad. 

* SONS. LTD. 
Hi Caatrai BIdi. 



JOBEPU C DROiOUAH 

•M Brouihton 8t Batabluhad !»• 

Albart Burdaa. Raal Batata Dapt. 



m part auaai 



OAK BAY 

VBEAUriPUL ai*DCOO SEMI'BUHQA- 
Low ibuiU by McClurai. atandina ao 
I , ■ l( an ac ra n( land, with lovely thad* 
I r Vratibule. halL drawin«-roMn in 

• I, lip (i.amtl Oaltb. opaa Oioplaca and 
huili in irau Coay diolna-aootn wttn 
boohcaaai aiUI Oo«n Braptaca^ hllcban and 
aa»i pantry in whiu aoaaML WUt aven 
caocatvabk future Tbraa lar«a badroami 
pirst bedroom haa Braplaea. bot and rwid 
watar and buiH-m eupboarda and drawori 
Tnrao-plaea kathroam with hoi and cold 
ahowar bath Tbia hnuia has Juat bera 
ipaipd throuahout. and haa a *«a naw 



iKNTLBCAirS OAK BAT B M BI DK B CT 

-romnai 

dance; laraa livlna-roaai and dmin 



aacrlflcad — Hodam al«hi-rc 



>d raal- 

, _ . _ ma -room 

•od ball, witb nab Boon, all tinnmunl- 
eattoti- flrtPlaoa, bot waur b4aUn*i atat 
•aa< Baa viavii to ftoa caodltiaa. Oolp 
$€M. Maaabawb * Ca. 



fMWT LOOK FURTHER 
I'a WBtn Yixi Can Bave tl.AOO on 
tb* Purcliasr nl t 

FMrrrr btuoco home 

IDBALLT BITDATBO IB blah pari nt 
PairOold. oleaa to Beacob Mill Para and 
Marma Driy*. I^r** Uviac and dlnma- 
ruoBj. bolb with Braplaeoa; rooeptian taoB. 
breaktaat room. Dutch kltcbaa, twp bod- 
iuO(D» aetwrau bath and toilet, laywoe: 
luil cement baMBieni 

HOT- WATER HKATDfO 

W200 

Owoara Laoa U Your Oaui 



FMBFIZISI KAKOAXN 
'EU^BUU.T. aubataaltol baoae. nicely 
aiiuatad aaar Jifca^** ff •■LfL Jft 

l>eat atreeia to IBlB taJ n ft H MMMUal 

diatrtcL. _ 

ga ROOMS <THRa BBMOOHBt 
Bear? modern eoovanianoo. too lw d l n a aai 
Maviea aad 

MMW HOT AIR FORMACE 
Oarata vliB eaMaat mnwaf. Tbo tair 
■utflMt vatoa at tbla ptapartv aboM 
njiSr aad to mw an*i«d tar aateb aale at 



$2050 



B«all »ah payment eiil handle and UW 
balance can be pa.d llk» r*iit I«wdtoM 
Maaeealoa Thia !• an unuiual opportaaitv 
aad la aurali wortb utvasutatuw. 

I mWHUTM. Lm 
M* Part B4nok 



'ATOtmOlfT. OOWIORAK BAT. I 



omfT'TNE aoor> bot 
MVw BTi coi .''Km: lU'NOAlAW 
HiUH KAlHflELO 
OEVEN BBAtTTIFDL ROOUB-DownitAlra 
^ cnntains a very (mpoatna entrance hall. 
oM^nini Ihrouah rrench door* to a lana 
ii.BCiDus drawitui-roiitoi with wrll-aP' 
r^.ntrd tile-facfd. terTVreebl* tlreplare. 
and bnokcaaeR. adjoin me thriiuih frenth 
doara L> ihe tiirr iiinmi-ii>otn. rnnneciina 
a baauUful. ctie^rT Ucaklaxt-rtmRi Kitchen 
haa a tilvd ^ink an<i oil tb* modem bniU- 
loi. I*" ' ' i><i! oriii and tiled batb- 
rooco. ■ ' and ahawcr. Op- 

atair* t\->.\ ivi> tinr. brdroona bad lana 
wpwina-riMm The main rooma. at oauraa. 
have hardwaod Boora. The baaaawni U 
cameni and all the sooatriMUan Ik Of tbt 
yerr beat, and the totertOT U Van laata- 
tuily decorated tArooabaut Tba awDcr la 
yery ajuiioua to ettoet a anieb aala and la 
eSarina (bia ipieodkl home at a fldura 
niieb belew lodara buildina coit. 

Bae Us and Let Cl 8hew Teu 
Ttala Aamin at 



. TOD QAM WALK UOaT IM 

#Ut — 'VR1*1'I'>° ft-ROOH BCfK- 
OALOW. halt ac** of cboleo 
land, caraae. barn, cblckan boaaaa. ate; 
city water. U«bl aadaboiM. full Bluaiblaa 
and two Braplacaa. tUaaaa eanplU awow 
la eacrlBu. Oaod caah davaani faaulrad 
Btctoaiyely by 
ANDRKW8 REALTY 
704 Caradn fiTT-^ : "n r K[i!it Ph-Mif 



3 



ACRMB novT BOIL Oily ntar, Udbl. 
pnooe and bua paat. C tear oJ and 
lennad Tasaa 11*. PiniBM HimiTBU 
BY CAR FROM TOWN. $850 



mora or leaa. 



5A0RB8. 
eaaaad- Old bui|dtoBA. BVKR 
nuAu city waiar. uiBt. 
bat»aa(. bio 

RMMMnOffl 



rl««T«d and 

^iGOO 



RBVENUB 

OTBHLOOKlHd (.'ORDOVA BAT 

ly ACRBi THREE COTTAOCS, IlEWTED 
74 KVBBY YBAR BXCF.U.Ern OAB- 
DBM BOU^ PLEHTtPDL WATER SUPPLY 
SElBRSMO PKVrr TBIBS AMD ft'^XIM) 
■BULL PKUITB. TBRHB 

BPBCIAL WATEaPROHT BAROAfN 

PROePECT lAKE Two tuee lota. 



Plve-roomed bobaatoVi 
130 IMO dl»«Dl 

•ut raaia. M 



aUAroom Tavet 

$loOO 



»M; AOMB. II daarad Two well*- Flea 
raonad boui*. cwttaao. karate One 



14200 
S1650 



PKUI'tKI V KOU SALE 



aero taeeUant raapbomaa^ 
ovabard Terms to niil . 

WATBIPROMT OOTTAOBB. 
•B If^ • 

A KBAZ. BABOAIH B«K 

UOOaBN OOUffTRY HOMB. 

AMD rROtT 

(k ■ ACKBB. aalUvalad and faaoad Wen- 
«S built, plastered buaaalo*. •iiiini-room. 
open Oraplaoc, dlaiM'nMtn. kitchenette, 
two badroosBS with luod cloieta. and 
ttaiaa-Piac* bathreoos dowostairi I'n- 
Anlsbed aUle. Oaraae Chicken hnuaea 
far MW birds Dntailloa water uipply- 
Tmvn about 111 pet annum Half a«re 
■IPdar atyawbcrilek' baUnre under root 
craw: a daaan baarina fruit tr^ei. loian*. 
blatirbarrin ata. Wltbla a mil* «r iioraa. 
abnaBr P-O^ ato.t Maotv minute*' car 

^.rT..r^. *450o 



PBMBKRTON B BOM 
yori Buf^t Pbooe Sn 



mm wm. 
\Mimm 

Show Net Profit of Over 

Million am! Quartc; With 
Most of Ca[)ital Available 
Only Pari Time 

ANNUAL REPOfn^ 
READY 9HUiiiLl 



Many Inral m^rftr-r^ »H1 no douM 
be intrrvatrd and gratined to imn 
of the BffiBBlm progreis iWdB by ths 
CBDBdlBD ObbbtbI fimitmeiil 
TnistB. 

OutdUndtOff mults of Umsb two 
compBiUes' operBUons for Ui« past 
year an bb follows: 

CanAdtan 0«neral XnvnUnent 

Truat. Ltd . 

Net proflu for the year 

uftrr prnvlding fW bU * 

expetisp». dlreotor^ 
BDd BUdUon' fees, 

eir., Bmountad to 

To this la Bddfd thr 
BtQount brought lor- 
wmnl (roQi iBst yeBr's 

bBlBOSe dfaBBt 



t t3S.lfflM 



K)2(M) 



papered throuenoui. ana naa a aea new 
trtm prai-ticBltf even room in the house. 
Cement baarment with fumaca and twa 
coal ttin« Onoil •■raea. and nidr laid 
out iniundi T' e fONt of thi» ho<t»r H-.tf- 
yrera aan wa^ ^rt■■4■^ 111.001) and t'.i.M)'' 
and now can be bouibt ai tha eery low 
aaare of IttMO. lorau. ar IMM oaab. 

BC. BONO OORPOBATIOM. LTD. 
Uta Ooeerofflent BL Phonaa MI-MI 



HBRARKT. BOB B OO.. 
AM Port Btvoat. adRiar Broad 



LTD. 
PBaaa 



QAK BAT BOMB 



CLOflB TO OAK BAY OOLP LINKS 

BTVii'co WAratrnnr^T home 

IyttNflALOW TYPE, liAVINO KIQUT 
* rnoni" and open fl'»« f». •(illon hall 
di «» ife and dlnlna -r'-onLt. •.i>nrnonii. all 
Willi nak riotiri moal up in dair plumbinc 
and rif'irte ftttlnaft. i:'['lur]!iia raniir anil 
weirr h»al»r. larer aUir. ahlrh laiiMlrt 
mavn l«o e»lia rOHOli. alut b*Uir.-)Din 
plnmbir.K already raaahad m unt ■.■i<-r 
haatint earaae. oawdBl drivwar blmd 
■ nd )inn|p<itn 

I lia>- r^" OFiimttOB to IBMBlln<<f>dlns 
Una w>U-ceiiane<l ho«* and Shall be 
Bind w show iniandlni amnOiBaira oear. 

JQBBPB 0| BRIDOMAH ' 

BH Braaabian BL »aBbWtfia« laid 

Alban Bardao. bmI BrtaM Owk 



BABOAIH—BBVBH- 
■MBl-bunaatow. one badraa w 
dawn, two UP. •Oamcnl bBseauat, turaaee. 
■ara«c: eteetrlv raopa Luta^M. Bak 
irree. WUmot Ptaee t4.BN bclusleaiy 
by Baaahawp At Co 



$11,500 



OOKDON HEAD 

RCAimPiiL *ti»cre - Bniafved eaiintn 
home. PTvrlnokins the tea. wiUi nine 
arrr< of rulllvatPd land, nearly all of wtileh 
In r-laiuril aili' tirKa-hrrii" and loean- 
Iw-rriri 111* rmbi r ™.rri hniirf han all 
(ncMlern lealuiot nrrt ■ I'mi-fiirnfMi. Inrlud- 
toa atceirH liaiM. city water, letephone 
bat Bir baaiuw. aia. Pnat 
lYduead frwBi lllMO to 

KT M« utiow you IhU BMrai-'H" "'n-ii 
rnnm cnuntrr hotrlr wiri carae' 
Land iM>uKry house, and onr arri* nf land 
Ultrwdtlv* lardan. with a number nf fruit 
treea This la a raal borvain 
It 



bKWBPf no«i V . 



if^)'* or TRB FEW REMAININO APART 
"-^ menl hmiae silea In Oat Bar for aalr 
at rtrj raBsaaablP priea.- aood locauon aad 
Tlew at waut. 

■A AOVD OORPORATIQH VTD. 
im (MvamaMBt Bk. 



/ vAK RAT NEW BTUOCO BONaAtAW. 
' ' ra.-inc dirwUv on to the Oak Bar Bolf 
rifir^p Hardwood Boora. full eamnt basa- 
niroi. tarasc. Tba beet eonairaoUon poa- 
aibla aad aU Bllinaa inaladad. 

•6500 

Oir TKKHB 



In* drawtm-rooB. dlnina-ruom. ktiehia 
kathroom. ■ bad i aaa t s. wide veranda, ceoi- 
irandloo beauUtol etew; toed eaiar lup- 
ply saraae. boatheuie Oood anchorai* 
and OalwDS On rural mall SLlTlMt 
t«Hte aod taUpbone Price V'* I 
C. WALLIOB 
Ba*l Baut* aod tBaaraao* Aaaai 



MEORn-OUALtTT IB TKB OOT- 
BVAtwU atoedind faatara of tbis 1-roora 
aenl-bunaaiaty. Aa floors downatairs apr 
hardwood, avan tha kttetarn There are 
four badroaaik and a Dne double aleepins 

Bprtb aearloaklne tha aea A real home 
letalaicbt. Built ia last 

MiQAA &EIX>OH DO YOU BEE an up- 
4pi)OWf lo-riai- itucco bunaalow at 
■ucta a rlduu:[>jt;i inw tiaurc Two bed- 
iWOwtt. ll«tna iitoin. k;leh«n. panlrr. full 
eament baM<inrn'.. f urnaoe. tares* And 
Ihia one la tn auch preitr lurrojudiiii*. on 
a bio. nirel* iri-vd let. with a slinipae of 
lbs water 

ROBERT a PAY A BON. LUOTED 

iiH Btaatl ■naift 



OAK fl * Y 
ATTBACTTVB t^r-.r. im ■.TiAtOW. an 
'"V let a« a 3tM f" :■ ' ratraae* baU. 

rosf dinini-rm>m. ir lui rtKnn With open 
nr'fiari'. a;i w.ii. liaijwood floors. Loiva 
k,U'ii*n wi'h TiuHi-in Dutch oupboaroa 
Tr."r eo'>'.i b?nriHim> upitalr*. S-pteoe 
bat'iiuiHTi, full [rm»'n' tiHrmTit with fur- 
nara and laundry \utit La en. eomtat 
wBtkfc fruit ireea- Oarate. Price rodliaad 



OK 



$4000 



NEWPORT AVSfOB LOT 

ft2S0 

Brrrm misb Tbb opportumitt 
and aaotira tbW IBi^ buildtn* sit*. « 
feet ffoetaaa and a daplB of la face. Aet 
quicUir far a««b lata aa tbaaa arc acercc 

ftORARBT. ROB * CO.. I.TD 
a* Port St.. eomor Broad Phone 3MH 



I LOTS 



BBAUnPOb BDXLDtNO ATTE. 
taMn^^waoi. Nona oaadrm, mm 



CWR BAtB OR LEABB-PBAnfnt BOTBI. 
17 ineludUM weoral aaraa af laad. AaBir 
E. Baaa. Baaalrbtoo. 



OoROB jKBiaKir— BRumrot urr 
on Calantla AvaniM. nfl. bv BH O- 
TerR>t If desired Phone TI1IL1. 



WnXOWS OAROAIN 

SUBBTANTIAL l-ROOM BBUl-BUMOA- 
low. on lot IIB a M teet Dininc'room. I 
■ltlln«>room wUb OPan flrpplace. ihrra | 
bedroom* upatalrt. l-plecr hathroiiin. full > 
cement baaemant with fumarr Oaraae. I 
chickaQ bouse Seeeral fiuit Iroet in tuU 
baarBBL LBT US SHOW TOK TKIB 
MAlItT OOOD BUT AT 



noroiUA rkaltt a builowo. ltd 

«B ma* BMM PBaaa MM-BI4t 



wns A 



Pbaoe 304) 



OO. LTD 



1/ 



»4T00 

OBMTLBUAM B COUITTRT HOMB 



AAOMtPIOXMT VTBW OF TRB SBA 



4(M) 



nl vai^rfTOitaae. hleh aleva- 



Unn, ranrtt h»«-n. i-ieht wcrea nl ' 
fhoiff rult^vaied land parily in unaU A taenBDo a4 
Iru'ta^ nn T<wb nefrn-tttom somi-bun- 

Esiew. barn and chlrkan houaa Prnpprit 
I flftern m'nuin' drin' by motut tram 
oily Hall Pri>-^ I rnaivriKble 
terms alii^""!! 



j^EVCN RC'OM MOUB OIBRIAJORUIO 
^ inr (i<.nT« wa!er SntnuM-.* halli tie- 
tnc-room dirini rt<ofn and dan have opan 
ttreplacr* tnul kiii'lien. orlih broaktBOt 
notA. (hre« bedrnoms and sMoPlaa-patabi 
thD>e-Pla>-e balhrnum. full cotKroto aaiw- 
ment. fumac*. aarMa. A lovalf oMea of 
amund. MB IN. with aU klbda ^ MBi 
and'flowara. lAla to alaB-IBatwa B d-da ll ar 
noma, to be aOld tor WM Ibab aaean. 

on lenna 

T B MONK * 
Unite II et 

CHARMDtO B-HOOM BtmOALOW 
RCDt CKn IMO Pgit IMHBDIATB BALE 

STRICTLY MODSIN, llelnsrnon with 
npen nreplkce, buUt-ln hoot rases, 
beamed and paneled, dlnina rnnm den. 
lara* brtaht kiuhen with ea^ <-* 
bedyim ra a. balbrooai. lane ^*r^:-.:.. 
ttwt* batoamL tumaae. dou'>i>- latu* 
Tbla boBM U In faad Maalilji. oloae to 

*3300 

OO 

BaiaaM Baaai opooatia p o 



Tha pallovlBB BMactad PnBarUH 

FAinr^-u c-!n<* ti. Heaoaa KB Paifc 
wmi bumaio* r''ii-;uUito at saaaB 

well -planned rooter, lull oaaMBt baSB- 
mrni. hM air heauu*. Baraa*! IWWBty-foat 

lon%rVmT".',"'.''":...':'r.-»5iMM) 
i lAKLANDR DlKnUCT - Poor-roomed 

pncJ'^*. *Tr^ . . *i 475 

|.-«X«moi«AIXT W&L-OONKntaCTKl 
rj aavia-roamed honaa. with, flaa p t aa - 
porch- entraooe baU WMl pa aal ad; draw. 
ina-tMHo with dpan Br«ptoeo, oMSa Into 
dHima-roowi b« Prtnab ^dOOTr. ^dudaa- 
romn MoslaUv panalod. brtuht kiirJien: 
ooe bodraooi an Brat floor threo-p>e«e 
baihrwom. with Wlod^aoor .paneled atair- 
cBOB laadU* to three bodraoma and 
bathfwato. Phil censnt basemen i. Ii|r» 
nacw aad tosDdry tuba aod todet. earasa 
A rMl Boau aa a boulaTardod #p;*>r^ 

attMk t«» eolp . ^J— eJW 

T.-^AXRn■LO. elBM to lUehardaon 
' ttraetl** BwkaBMiad bUBlAlo* 
n (ondltMB. «m fall «aB>f-'> 



r 

c'llfni 



very 

in r» 



BOME CHOICE REBTDKWTIAL 

WELL erruATBD 

LOT on Oorve Road, opposite Onw 
Park M ft~ by about IM ft .... USi 
LOT OB Terraoa An-. Paul Bay. W 

by flaa aaa vlaw ITH 

LOT BB Kowpart Aee . ebatoa laaa- 

tlOO. tlbplM IIJH 

JAMES DOWKER 
Baal btate and Inauraaae 
MM PtaibariaD Blda Phane isil 

LOTS FOR SALE 

LOT ON NEWPORT AVE, M s IM 
pnoe iijei 

LOT Oft UKKLSAB AYR, MxllB. 

Prleo IMO 

urr ON CAVEMDisa aye., n s im 
Pfiaa Il.i0e 

LOT ON HOCRIAHD ATX . M X lU. 
Price n.BOe 

LOT ON LUfDBN ATE. MXIM. 
Prie* iijea 

RBAUMOIfT BOOOS A OO , LTD. 
Aienta 

€M Brouehton Btrear 



ORB BLOCK PROM WATRHPROKT 

jITUATtD IN OAR BAT aad comiaand- 
n« a wandertul vlea "t Uia Olynpiss 
aod Straits, you ua acquire a cbarBttnt 
foui'rwoM entlaap. modem pluaAtogi aba- 
yla raaaa and waiei healer aad Baer 
coeartnsa. all for 

fl050 

aSAUTTPUL VICTORIA AVENUE 

T>HrrTn.T Bm'ATBn m a tuch part of 
I Oak Bar one-haif block from Virloria 
Avenue, two blorJifc (fom ear llaa. we offer 
a moet atlrartlee four-room boncalww. 
modern In reerr detail. baaaneeL fur- 
naea. aaraa* far two rar< Uv* In Oak 
Bar aad MUer low laaen. Ui per Mar 



pnKTTrBBT fM PAIRFnUD 

NBAR1.T nrW BUMOALOW of Bva 
rootBs. moat aliracthre doalss. Uaally 
ailoated on dnuble fmnta**- Im. with 
M.«.dBafe nf •^-"-..';,'"»J*»*,»2a 



idaace nf 

gWBBI. laatins 



|42(»0 



lJbj»-(t ON TERMS. FOB TMEBE TWO 
■!r< k M F choice lots. Ml a Ul eacb. In 
• ardnn btth around, or will aeU siASlr. 
an ideal homcaita Bumald* dtatrlet, low 

latps. 

I r 1 1 noBBRTBOK Rtrrvt. pool 

<T'I>>«' Bar. ebaiee hoomtU. M ■ IM. 
^ > I "J I DAIA.A8 ROAD. In ebotee 
l*nf leeaiiir- This doable lot. wiui 
deuU* irnotass. Is a saad bar- 

W. J OIUJLARD * DO. 
IIBI DouBlaa BL Pbaa* UN 



OBEAT BAROAIN. CLQSB-IM AOBRAOB 

ElOBT AORKB. ABOOT TWO ODLTX- 
Y*t*d. bala«M tiaAarad: fiea-faeai aab- 
taaa. altp wbIsti UaBk-^Bd pboa* avail- 
aSB. Pi wpwu BtoAda Wb. saad view 
Preattaa as awW laad. toar S^vfUl 
uillae out. Prtoa ............. •-•"'Vf 

. JOHN ommwooD 

I too DOBBlas Bireot pbnoe ni4 



/ > ORDON READ 

y y sTucoo 



tnbno. TERMS. NEW 
B-r i-'!i>r<i -lUicUr modem 
home, hardwnod r.nno.. rxc . I acraa of 
fupertor land in nuheti «tal« of euluva- 
ttoa. tuat redureti trmn 113400. OWlnc to 
stehneaa 

i^BDAR RIU.— •B.UB. TOOia. 1% acres 
^ IS trail*., la8w.._eto.. MBlan; 
nwmM bWBBlaw. a^ baiB. Bansa. 

PA 1 1 ■Tui BKwrr m tatm rt 



Thl4 makes a totBl of.. • NSjoa.lO 
Which bB& been dealt with fol- 

Iowb: 

PBymeot of dividend 
NoBe a And 4— « p«r • 

cent per Btuium S dtFtATiM 

Proportum Of QCSBttllB* 
Uon expBBSM wfttUn 

off n.'nm 

Leaving a baiaoce for- 
ward to rrcdlt of 
prcfit an.l Ur.-i. of bSl,847.t& 

In BddlUtjQ u> the above. ' 
.BBountlRB on JBBURry 
u had R. vBhiBttan 
over cost In exoesB of WT4KW.00 



Bank, tnst bad iMuiBneB 114% 
RAUwRy and pubUo utlUtias .11.1% 

Oil dhBrcB iM'r 

InduBtrlAl onlbiRry ihAres ITJr; 

8eeand OsnsdlBn OenerBl nmst- 
ment Tniat Ltd --The report of the 
^r«)^d trust shows vvrn more rsptd 
i<n>(n'(^ tbau thai at Lhf flnM toust, 
nd ih€ rtMult.") arr fjar in nDMB Ot 

mhe^l (MiMH-'UiUom 
■■>'. profu.^ f"v ihr [icrtod 

cud IQB fi' b 3fi . »f t cr 

providing for all ex- 
penses. dUTctore"' ond 

Btullton' lees, etc., 

tunounted lo MltilSD.U 

Which hai been deslt 

with an follows: 
PBymeni ol dividend 

Nob. 1. 3. 3. 4 and b 

fit i'- iier cent per 

annum 
Pnjportion nf underwTii- 
expeiues written 

LeBVtQC A bBOBnoe for- 

WBid to eredlt ot profit 

end Ion sccount of — 
In Addition to the above 

the securlUes have b 

niArket value bb certi- 
fied to by the AUdltoiB, 

In eBcesB of cost of... 
ThlB brings the total taX" 

plu for the jrear it 

rttUlBid and umw^ 

laad profits to 9nimM 

TMs reetilt is AiuBEliig. as the 
ireataat proportion of the capltAl 
WBB only invested for the' last thrre 
or four mnnlhs of the yrar, and ir 
wtnild be vpry dllTlrittl to 5tat^- r 
the resulU would have bern ha^l ih' 
entire amount of capital non- at tho 
dtqxMBl of the msnBtfement and 
dtrecton be^n eiii9l(va4 lor Uw fuU 
twelvf! montli.'s 

iTir U. I <!.vr«tnaaiitt la also 
most inter<-..uim and eoTen approx- 
imately 333 securities. 

The shares of the abova InvBst- 
BMDt tniats were offered to UxMi 
tnvaaton by the foUowtag veU- 
k&ovn financial Anns: RovaI nnan- 
dal Gonwrsuon. Ltd., and BraBson. 

Brown A Co.. Ltd, 
It 1.S tLntlctpated that the annuAl 
pom of thf> Bbnvp compAnlea will 
be readv for dmtrtbutlon In the 
course of the next two weeks. 



M.140.40 



Thud showing tolAl tftr- 

plUS as $1JI8.B47 00 

The Uftt of InvextnientB Is nitwt. in- 
tereatinii and ^hows many rhanges 
And sddiUons to ttmi K>^'<*n in the 
report of IMS. An analy-sLi ol thew 
inTeabnenta ihows that they were 
ipread over 402 saouiltiaa aa io^ 
lows: 

Bonds and debenturea 36 % 

Pnferenoe shares 19 6'^ 



Mining News 



<R E RBBntosa A OB.* IBAI 




KOTAL OAK 
CKMKKMB AMD PROTT 

OMUT *% lOLM mom am 

nSEAL UKATIOM FOR OKICXSIB 

1^8W BBTRH-ROOilKD ROUSE AMD 1 
mm. lato «f frait Imos and naU 
frulto: BblekaB basM. taraia: eftr water 
llBfat and pboBB- Tbaaa oatr Ilk. We 
■tMlff t uBB t a niaBfl iBla *t f300(t 



TENDERS wUI bc rkBllpBd bf Ul* ttirfer- 
sisned up to Wadnoaday. May Itod. im. 
for an* Fire TruKk. to bB_aM St Iqr ^Pro- 
yinrial Msotol Boaplto). 

For further tnfonnaU 
tiona. apply to tha Pir* 
House, vanoouvar. B.C,. 
slsned _ 

Tbc lewaat ar aajr taadar aol aieitoarOr 
acDtplad. 

T. A BmJJflR. 
Pimbaahto Asaat. 

ParUamanl Balldlasa. 

Victoria. B.C.. 

Uav lOth. ItH. 



NO TIG a 

MonOB U borabr eievn thai the panwal 
peMral meottoB Of ADRODB OOLD HIM- 
IMO OOUPAKT OP CAMADA. UMTTBD. 
wttl »B ABM SI Ml* ranaiorad office of 
th« niMijiii, flu pBHAmao Bundui*. 
Victoria. K.d, aB WadBoadar. the Utb 
day af Kap. 1131. at the hour ot I o elaek 
in tha aftofsaoB. 

IMUd taia Mlb day of April. ItSS 

pREiJ p Eijjcrrr, 
Berre<arr. 



Wp«AkMltin> 

711 ^rt BUaat Phone VTBB-* 



WATEHrBONT- FIFTY 
acraa. IVdb feet water I rant, beautiful 
vuws. lara r frontaee Matehat Drive, part 
irable 



■ond arable land, two cotta«es and boat- 
house, livtns (orlna A real barpaBi at 
te.lSO aaanhawe A Go 



BIC 



OAR BAT 



rOT ff, BLooR a. aacnoM m. momtr- 
i rar Atonaa. Raa 111, Pan iBBalM 



wasA.4 ar 



MMO. VlBlaris. 



furnace 



tnrni 
t rr'fe 

.--ROOMED BUNOAL.OW -Ju«t otT 
> Ulllsule .... 
ROOM aSMI-STVOOO B0MOA 
low -Off Oak Bap Atwaaoi Bee 



#27.^>0 



0 



«f<500 



MOUNT TtrHJdlB 



^aVEN-ltOOU srml-buncalow. with on* 
^ and a halt acr*a. all laid Vut in trull 



lr*r« and ihrubs. lawn tennis 
toi.rt Pr!i-« 

K a DALBT A OO . LTD 

•H VWw atnak 



MA TTRW-OAK BAT 



V 



ISV> ni'TR A IT'iMa 

(^LOBB TO WltJltHSON ROATk OtMaee 
eonialnin* fnur rooms, waur isid on. 
eleetrtc IWht a*a liable p«t|] •<*• im 
pirrM lumilure Oood tran^i'.^navr.r, 
■ inly MM cash. 

I \AR RAT - Raeanatil bulMina i -i 

' * Windaor Road, taatas sBuUk lane st 

-.11. I95» r"^h 

1 OT W> « ISO. JUST OW B WK MOWD 



MY ailrac'iK. and r<»»y •incro bunee 
Ifto »nua'...1 nn HIOH OROUNt- n«»r 
lonfeint «rA iiHl «<ii''rr ftAKRR ^"on 
lnln« ' rnnns l^rir i|iri 

ma ai.-"! • '.. ' 1 li ■ / h k III- Km 1 twdfWKim 
and batC>ronn>. crni'nt baienient. furnace, 
sarasa. A raal hoaM. to a chamlna loea- 
ttOD. PriM H.IM. T*mt can ba arraBsed- 

OOnOB RPROIAL 
ONAPPY i-room buoRBlow. wan barn and 
<^ in Al altape Mlet INma-raaaa. larae 
bedroom, brishi kitchen and pwntrr. aiod- 
em l-pieie bathroom Hiah tocatHm. aloa* 
to bua Law taaea. Pric* only ILBBB 



" ; rear, old ll.MB 

— RfioM HOUBB- Pandora Avenue 
1 isoapi IS.TM 
^.ROOat BODBE Ir. Oak 
< Bar "•«» 

4 -ROOM BUWOAlow OB Hill- 
side »1.««> 

8 -ROOM RMDEKCK - Oraniltt 
lounMtton. 4blBb.«lAaa) I7.SN 

it-ROOM R liWMtiB - PaaAortoB 
rtn»a6 nM» 

( ROOM NEW BTUOCO BUHOA- 
LOW-Ctoaa lo Oot«« Part .... IMM 

- ROOM ROKOALOW - OtoM to 

i HiBb 



umAnrv. una * co . vm 
S|4 Fort at.. Cor Broad Phone UM 



CmoiCB AND FABHIONABUt 
WB HAVE AN KX TI B rVR LIBT OF 

OOOD Bota a^ f 

HOBT SBliBOT DTRTftlOra 

TO 



K. O DAIKT * OO. Vn. 
BM TIBW 



ALPRKI OAlkinonABL A OO 



p'R. nuRon A oa 

*M BMawt «BBaURal TRkMrto. KO 
Phana lilt 



alaa^ 



ILT Oft DrBTAUIHMT 

rierb boows for sola aa •aar 
sal*, codtraetoc 
Sorl end eiadacwia Phawe iiao 



BAT •"■WNlCn 




KEAVneO CTTT 

r ,ri <n!r'-i'1i.1 

■00 .>( I3.?(|i0 > iih lunii 
lU 



Ikll 



aOOKB HARBDR 

9550(» 

t^KAKKntn Mr>naRN six room rtw- 
' ^buft" • n •fHleni Bhaoe, 

BBBB Brkpls- 1 • TooTn Abmii throe 

•av*a. waan. .i: a^'n* and 

Ire hauaea cut wtirt ntrt r>>i«np Oo«» 
le walarfrent and Hnp i»<rii luai ntr i.arn 
hiatioa* EMeplKtnatit pk** ori'i. la 

f,.(mr,.'M* BuyBhaswT 

r>ot-ntJt^ MdeKAt * i>> i n> 
i Pbooa BIS ulS Brood Sb 



-Wit SPETIAIJXB IN ROMBB 

BBBL pav«d Mnab^MAT^wT'ltoK 

fl600 
S4000- 

Mali rrullo 



OAKUUffDR. RBAR 

four 



^^Bdnralt IMM BM 



tl20(» 



BfTRNBIDK. eualDl thrat- 
■om Nittoci- with oadan 
Ibr^e-piec" bathram^ awtbuJdiBBa BAa 
nice tarden »»*y t»rm> 

PARK. 



fl800 

"OKT A 

I 

C» Vatoa 



—ADJACENT TO CRAtO- 
Mnat attractive 
rsaidane*. of siucco con- 
Mrurilnn Btrlctlr modarAj and in a chniee 
liKsLinn ConMlntoa • «*tl-planned rnoms 
All Aonri downstairs are solid hardwnod 
Franeh alSM dnnr* bel**pn livtny lonm 
dlnina- room and Mitircotn ihrrr open Or* 
placea h«i waur heallnt arrnant*' quar 
lrr> v:'h b»th aiid Injle rloak-ronm witn 
ws«h b^»ln and lavaiofy Canialned in 
approsfmaiely one-half aer* of baouUful 
arouads. lawn, flowerf and Kurabb RaBdBd 
with sraad old oasa Taa badMi abiBBa 
*Bd ■aaU treenhawea 

Par farther parMatorB and aaaatofm 
to Ttpw. apptr 

p R BROWM A BOMB. LHOTED 
till Broad Buwok Pbaaa tm 



EBOUTHALT RBWITRD LOT* 

IYAIJ. s't urr; .'^i t iyjVR,v Hnwy 
J sit*-* .T.'- |ili Pai-h Iy»r; 

grassy, m- p ■•.r^ i ' i--, < luikt atid mnun- 
taina; aeatbrrn p«po»iirp 

SEVIRAL NICK I.KVX1. l^TS an Wt^Tla*- 
tan, Dunsni<tit and r^aradiae filrpcta 

A LOVELY ll'jMF3ilK Ih* romei 

Bt Bewdlay and Peek oi«e oak iieea 
*Bd ata* af aea aad bmub- 

touai ifssan Prma #OW 

AWOMDBRP^^ BnSlNBBB OORMER 
««parMnii> i.«>i> snd Head 
ftrrets. lor only V— 

» CIIARMTNO HOMRBmi midat boauU- 
••l 'ul oak irrr» and troMT Spots. M*h 

UP nil Ijf.ipioo Btreet itT^I 
, IW » V>T ' '■^ 

AMICE LOT OM nREWVlLLB 
H a UA HB, LaiMl. B* taeB[ 
1* park aod car 

BBA<!TY ON BFPTWOIIAM 
all fenceil and rood ssrdcn ^1 R/l 

Bou. M X im lor wAxnr 



rpwo ACn: 

I irven B»L_ . _ 

acraA with amall aback. IMO. 



OK PATM> ROAD. OUT 
ven mllca, IIH: bIm Bdioiiuna eltrean 
Btveoteoa 

nina milaa out. tl.MI. AH In 
leb 

ALDBR A SONS, LTD. 
ail Central Blda 



• I ACKsa. OOOD aoiu POOB-Rooam 

'> houM Off ised isld. alBBa to aaa. 

RPAKLINO 
At Daap Oaaa Tal. Bidney im 

rl — BBAFRONT. AUIRHT HEAD. t\ 
•era*, laa ft Irantaae. lUO cash, 
wonid leads lor doeed car. Phone HUB 



ACRC.40B TO BBNT 



Ot iJi HKNT 1) ACREH WITH t-ltOOBC 
bunseloe. double caraae. rhirken 
hooaa aad otbar buildiaaa. ll& oar moni,!. 
Bitaaiad aaar VIeiona. Boa lUO. Oolaoiat 



QUADRA HILL 

ThriiusTi HI- health, the owner hai In 
atrucrled 'Ji lo asll his realdeore. a 
k-ifir Dvr room home, practlfiallr new. 
•el] decorated nutalde aod In Lsras 
veranda; splendid view of the city. 
Btralla aitd mauntalns. Kttra larve lot. 
stoddsd with savoTwl line oak ireea 
Oaraae and molta wall For euict tale 

^')800 Tr'sM^ 

OAK BAY SEA VIEW 

Laoalr t;ome orerl*«klBB lb* aea and 
taina. with IWB tore* Iota to a 
Larte BaaatoBBI aad aarsa* 
TAl* It aaa at lAe B« 
aMarad to Cab Bbf. 



•MLT 



$4200 



MTNi L umt, in. 

Plia aod Auto lBa«r*Bea. Oallaetlons. 



nS fORT BTRBBT 
Pbowoa 

Real Eatole Dept. IlBi Eveailaaa aiKB 



•H E RuBBlasa A Co.. Ud ) 
CALOARY. May 11.— Imperial OU 
weekly rrpor! rpvcaLi 254 Ii-el of new 

hoic tiiadr ill souihweit r't'iroleutu 
In the Ui£i wf'ek, iion down 2Slil 
teet anil driUing at,e.kd]Iy. Oaalnz 
run and ci nipnted In RoyaUflft ^fo. 

19. which ^niTfd the Umw a wpik 

apo at 4.4fi2 fpcL 

Dalhoiuie No 7, spiiddM in a week 
Ago. down 163 (eel and drilUng. 

PoothUls Na t , 
at 4.327 feet. 

Over 300 feet of Mr koto pm^I 
at Home No. 4 la ttaB^WMft. MMr 
down tjmjmik 

«,47!S feet 
NnA- t(K^t.nTf made at Advaitoe Mo. 

6. and down ti \ - t ii? f<>et 

About 200 I< . , .,- iioy^liu- 
No. 33 U5t 'A.. It, J, ..i ijown 
feet. 

Hot7^tj*io fi well to be located this 
wet-^l *v br nn BOM mtmVf aa 

other /VI «#wcU*. 

O. 8. Karrlson. seereUr>' Hm 
Oils, and director of Hargal. . 
drllUnff contract betvet n HarKui 
and Imperial hAS been completed 

BuperrlBbr WalUng stated SAfcur- 
dAy morotnv thAt the gas flow at 
CBimont well u ataadUy laornalito. 
The qusnUty of crude naphtha in 
the weU Friday made balling Im- 
perative, and several hours were 
neceassry to reduce flow so that 
drUUng couJd be reaumed. Only 
about fifteen feet of hole left to be 
cleaned out, and Walltnn say.i may 
have big production any mnm-Tr 

Placing figure on Th.i:M!ii\ » p-i, 
diictlori (»f Home No 1 ai Wtfl bam-r. 
Uil\ acl; vil] ([ivr revenue of 
125.000 piT year, not takln? Into 
consideimtun flow of about iwe.ny 
baiTals per day from the Home No. 
1 and a larger cnidB flow from 
Home No. 3 Revenue from Rome 
No 1 alone et)Ulva1ent to about gl.4S 
per (iharc tm I'oa issued stodk. 



'^UTlToAK bay! 



I HIGH LOCATION 



1 J AC 

1 'T vml-bunsalov 

n*pr l.ooo b)rd«- eic 



rowltrv bouaaa far 
M< pairtteulare^fraa 
no rtovvrnmeai 



A 



OAIUAMDS BOROOL DWnUOT 
LAKQB LOVa. ALL IH PBIIIT 



rsOTwataftd 



Bad WBjjAwtiaa. iar 9V» .dasA. 



Oaa 



tLiM) suwSSlmP « 
BMt, fwmaae TWa lB_a m 
i> a Warvato. wItUw waibto* 

#oruv^ ' ^nrooo BoimAU>w-nto 

Pin f roawM. Baaa lab. Ba pae*d 
md low uee*. bvtas-rBMi IsaiA fmn- 
IM ereptaae. OatiA bHtb RB. towabaal 
■Mb; ihroa Bbo badi«aBto UtfwhBtoa* 
bMA; cPWBl baeamaaL caruaa, oA Bbp- 



■HBl and balaawa oaia wp R Mr BaflWBto. 
OibMBM pnnc^l inter* i and lataa 

ViM^'V Baor, c*m*nt kaaa msB L far. 

' IB perfaci aoadtUoB;, bttb 
Bawers aad .Banliia>, .VliMM 




OAK BAT 

rpwn Ltm ON BT PATRIOR BTIIRrr, 
I 10 am 1MB aa^t Bltoyod and la 

'l OVBLT ORABRT AOKR OP WATBI. 

With nice beacb and ^t^Q^ 

IB a ward. U n a a Rawaito Ted Aiw 
Br. BBS OB 



M ACREAGE WANTID 

VBriirr TWELVE AOREB WAMTED. W- 
ild* l«p|*r mile. 'indpr tnnuaand 
ca rd'nins 



daUarn. 
Klatruck 



»il>tat>le fi.r mirk 
Prfwrwri !*kp 



A' 



E»0 (TT 5 A rP »4 ffft BB OOOD 
aoil and a fnut ir fl*e-roa« houaa, 
within elsM-milr rimi* Oordon Head 
preferrod Mcii b* a barvain for caab. 
■ox 4171, Coloniti ^ 



IB 



VOa MLB 



A eery attraetleo att- r aa iBi d btuien - ) 
with axeellaBt. laraa t U wad-in i- 
Ihrac lane bedrooms wRh aloaeia, ' 
OB*B Breplace m handtome larer i' 
toS-tOOB' ■ bvamrd r*llinc«- p« 
waOa. buffet* nna rrmrnl bawa. a 
turpaee and Ohirvaman s rwm l-'^r I 
wafden. oak trees, and eaoMnt walks " 
Oara**. nna larro elaatrbi stove, a 
to- ~ 



eiadBd to tAB W* enea at.. «4750l 
IPEMBERTON & SON* 

|MS Pert ilreat P>Bi>B^3gij 



L«B AORRR OTTBB DVIHIcr. POB 
BOleh oal*. tt-BM. lanu. T. A. He- 



3% AimaerpuiT m looan* nr^.'^w 
berrlas. aod oOsar fruita. ■>< 'I har 
eywp OaUBBa af 4 roOma. chicken Hauw 
aod OttlAuUdiaBA Wllhin l-mlte r nlr. on 
Maalch BMto road immediate paweaalon 
fUMMI R Mb A CO. pbBM B14> 



AaoBto (ar Wtn. Aato, OBaaaltr 



W O WALLAOB * J. W. 



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7t WANTBD TO Bf'T— HOTTSES 



cxyrTAot. rrvp n< 




4 R/ioMm r' u imnm 

E*iii tr.s.l Vc-.-TT B 

aiallarr A Arrh^T i:4t 

VRTTOBIA 
to BBBd 



TAKE RCmeR (BaA aK prrsoos h^Bt 
Claims a«aUal tha'**;!* ol "•".DW- 
ator JBBarr. tote of Vtetoria. BrlUiA Oo- 
futbtoTwha diad AwrU tlth. tias. at vir- 
tana afaretoUL are rewoir-a to aand mm 
duly ftoSled »o the voderidcned an or b^ 
ton ilMSlai dat ot Mar. tnt. after whtrh 
data IA8 told EeU'e WIU ba aiatributml 
m 'WW a k Utato emlUrd tharete, bavins 
flMH aalr to rlaim* of wblch the 

' raseall lh»n ha*« had fMillce ANT 
" TAKE NOTICE iftai after th* 

the Ei'^oiora will not Kehle 

f*r tha Rstnla aiae'« v anr pan iri-r-of 
If saw poraana ot whoM riain* ihp> misII 
wimn bara raeatved notic* 

m mn day of apth. 

OaOAK WUdJAM PEABBOM 

aad ^ 

UnUA MAOb Marbor. 

Bxaeatora 
iT-lt Water Rtiaat. Tawaarar. s o 



AniACTIIE ACIEA6E 

on main Island lll<^■■* 
from the eltr By the aea. 
ous news aad to* taaa 



milei 

•lori- 



17 aer* 

Ml aarto 

ait Bsraa 

IliBBTea iwaiprrrwiti 

■mer* » r* man) rr '.- - 
allmr; . rr ("aii i, 



t IM 

i.ooe 
loan 

"Tuallr 



Ao S. BARTON 



lid 



Choice Homes 
BuiMlilKSites 

Rgiervoir Hill 

Per Beelto asM Loealy Vipwt 

AMOWDBOPB AT rRBnnsat 

BIwa FIBS la aubbN 



ni 



IWB CORPOBATinw OP TWI DUYBBrT 

or -^A-tVUH 

Nonra aa rAMra 
Rntiee U berewy oiean lhai all porwiite 
for raoipt lo daaoMH most ba •pweweod 
0* Ei.r W*4:(al Oltleer OasU«liaU*Be b»- 
:«p>n ) tn r M and 1 F H — Auodar* Bad 
Batwrdoys asceptad- 



Do You CofitcfDplat* 


BafldlBg 


a Hooks? 




Lot o* Bawre aa^iMr rtaai 


k. «B Uto 


caiiiii getyjjKB^BBt 









FoBr Splendid Buys 

FtrLoMiest Prices on 
hoif ie Coast 

rwo orpoRTORima Of main 

BOBMRBB MCnOR 

jJ-BTDflY 8T7n.DrNa. Wvl!- 
^' Ms 17*. with w«a e>la^ - 
buslneaa. saUirw tor HALF lU valu' 
Yearly artMs roooaa* |l1<aiB. Oood 
OMnac'mem ean lataa this i« 
ui.flao 

Properly W'>rih Abnut tmjMia 

oim PKirs 

$90,000 



• I RTORY aUILDU«0. Wa lia. nn' 
•* the BbbM to em atrleUT 
i.>ih riaaa lhe«alSH«l. wtth lai*p 

I 'r ' I rrrp ir.f om« 



I'm* Ali'M," 1 1 I ■»* I 

TIllMK r.F' I H:ji rriti 



Year 

I iwi.r 



$80,000 



1 1 'EIJ^ R.K 
'* er uc 



T» o roHKlR i 1.' f ■■ -1 ; m-i a 
MAtN Ri'BiNa/%o !NTMti»et-nor'' 

RKNTET) BUn.I>INO. 4* ' 
rte Mores, awlaodi - 
ronftliirx. A -ate IIIpUBB tofBBt 

meni. >it)t «-^-d pfwaaeto *( to 

atvaso In rrtri-.nm 

BKNNtoa In li «M 

PRirp 



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$30,000 



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nirw ri-'iU'i'^'i "t rirve ar-- 
fKirrp** 'i^.n!** iir.l1 Hiimbnld' 
Tbrw I- . 1-1. 

ytMPr.' ■ i-V •-•11 lalP' 

)■'(.■ \ I- Y 

$15,000 

Ad tfwM bwUdiaaa «BR fwBbSBe. 
w9 alMto a BMat careffll toiaiBsa 
Haa. la bo otber eWv aa tbo Oaaai 
wtih a popolatlon ar WJaa. vtn b' 

'r -tr-*! nrrporlonttl 
» "nap ifveee 
• ,■ . ' - .- . tnctm facia 



The GriHith Co. 



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Third Section 





AUTOMOBILES 



NO. 



-8EV*NTY-FIRST YEAR 



VICTORU, BRITISH llOLUMMA, 



Experiments Carried 
Out on Loudon Strovls 
Endorse Rnhhvr leaving 

New Thoroughfares Shown to Wear Weil aiklj 
Greatly to Reduce Noises of Traffic— Tests 
Contradict Notion That Such Pavements 
Would Prove Slippery and Cause Skidding 



Private 



Y 



achts Now Becoming Vogue 



Vibration From Heavy Vehicles 

Reduced to Miatmum by Change 



T 



appraelAted. twin lad to tU tpiiUtt- 
UoB to Ml locnMlac auittter of 

technical UMe In recent yean, npe- 
cUUy vhere reilsUnoe to neverr 

abriwion 1;; Imporuni Thus, gloves 
tutiir;i; ^'■•■il in ■ariri blast npera- 
iir ri.. are made of rubber. n& are 
rn^l^r^or brlt,in(iB lor ore and coal 
Any ubaorvunt pcrsoD will notice 
th.iT the rubber heel on hlfl shor nul- 
lu.<t3 the leat^r »ole, and liuitances 
are cited in vhleli ittlibtr-oworod 
factory atalreoMO endimS^ i^WJe 
oikm of atone wtajoetad to Ilit aame 
use had to be twice renewed. 

OBVIOUS ADVANTAGES 

Thrne fact^ su(t«estAfl the Idra 
that rubbfr. wiUi the obvujus ad- 
vantavr of redurlnt; thfr noise and 
vibration of iramc. mlKht be prmo- 
iical SA a read materlaL Several 
'..-■nr'- nao '.i-^-.y- 'A'-re begun, udalnoe 
tiirn a nuiiibfr of data have been 
accumulated 

One wrics at testa In Whitehall, 
London, showed that the reductlOD 
in nolae on the rubber roadway wm« 
90 per cent compared with wood 
block pavlnv In the lanie nelgbbar- 
hood; that the rematnlng nolae wa» 
altered In character »nd rendered 
less objectionable and that vibration 
wai reduced. Another test contra- 
dicted the notion that rubber would 
prove sllpperj- and tentl to caiiae 
sktddlne of vehicles The true Im- 
print or horseahoes was found only 
on the rubber blorkj. that on the 
wood always jthowiriR a JsliRht slip or 



IKERE Is a possibility that some day tlrca of rubber will com- 
monly roll over rubber roads. Experimentation has de- 
veloped rubber paving blo<!ks that make a flati.ifactory 
nrfaee and the problem that remains Is only to nnd a salLifactory 
«u**>vyf of attaching the reaUlent surface to a rigid foondaUon so 
that no sblfUng will take place and admit moUture to the con- 
crete beneath. TmU that Indicate a MlDtiGci even of this problem 
have already been made. 

The extraordinary waarinf quail- twist In wet weather. Rubber pav- 
tlea or rubber, though not gsnenlly , lag at the back of Adelaide House. 

LoodoiLJMdge, hat practically tiun- 
inatBd noise and vibration. H Is said, 
and DO movement of the blocks baa 
taken piaoe since they were laid in 

1934. 

In iJic I ' i '"! expenmenls 

hare bwn in r'-'>iirf In an efTort to 
solve the problem of vibration in 
connection with heavy trafflr over 
brldseu. TTip draw jiectlon of the 
Northern Avenue brldg? In Boston 
U covered with interlocking rubber 
biocks. The fiads bridge at Bt. Louis 
has rubber paving, and Akron, Ohio, 
has a rubber sidewalk. There is also 
a acetton el rubber paving on the 
Michigan Avenue bridge In Ohloago. 
IN smoAroBB 

A reooit report from Singapore 
slated that after five years rubber 
paving mocks that had been sub- 
jected to 1, 326,000 tons' weight 
showed little sign of wear, whereas 
the roadway adjoining, laid at the 
same time, had had to undergo re- 
pairs three times. 

The inuial cost of rubber roads Is 
htgh. bur. It la held that the ma- 
tenal mokes better and more perma- 
nent highways, on account of Its 
anii-abnuitvc and ahook-fkbtorbins 
properUea. MalnteDBnOB eoiU are 
reduced to a minimum, It Is sMd. A 
rubbar road le never dust;y and 
iherefort Mqpdrea no watering. It 
needs no tar qamying, seadtag or 
gritting It Is non-p.^'■ :in{i 
therefore easily elean* : 

The rubber pavtnn ii'nH-. already 
tn use vary In ftlze and compoelUoa 
Usually they consJ.^t of f* nibber 
capping vulcanized rn n ba.se of 
herd compoelllon. brick or a tuirder 
grade of rubber. The blocks are al- 
ways laid over a concrete base, and 
(n soaoe are painted vtth 

bitumen before being fitted Into 




Radio Install at id a off 
Automobile to Provide 
Clear Music at Ail Speeds 

Ignition Noises of Machine Ftliiniiutcd by Pro-- 
vision of Sound Hiltcr System— Set Placed 
Under Dashboard ot Car With Loudspeaker 
Mounted Over the Windshield 



Million Dollar Incorporation to 

Take '^ijaigc oi New InvcntiofK 



N 



EW YORK. May W - \ new Industry comblnlnR the auto- 
nioblle and the radio, bringing all the entertainment on 
he air to the motcrlst. made Its formal bow at the Auto- 
mobile Radio Corporation banquet here recently The new Inven- 
tion was dcmonfftnted to 400 leuderg of the automobile and radio 
wortd at the close of the banqoflt M»yor James J. Walker acted as 
master of ceremonies. Paul Whtteman and his orchestra playod a 
■ weddinK march" and then nine leading makes of antomobUes weM' 
unveiled with the radios in each receiving the same programme^ 
Among ihe speakpra at the dinner wore Capt E. V. Rlckenbtcker. 
MarshaU E, SampscU. C. Harold Wiihs unci Gen. J- O. Harbord. 
The auto-radio has been developed rpetd of Ihe car. Only 




SEIBERUNG 
ALI^TREADS 




SI1I.I Mm 

mi IRAfHC 



n^F^TII.AVTl nt Tl.ns Rn\nWAT 
OlEgrrtLY OVE& NEW 

VMon mmon 



Seiberlings 
Cost No 



lime and BMs RcBMVcd Selvo One 
e( Gtty^ 




And Can B« Bonifht on 

Terms 

The SeiberUng "All - Tread 
coats no more than an ordinary 
tire. Moreover, Victoria's ex- 
clusive dealer now offers these 
.^Jmown for long lifs and hard 
wear — on a new merchandising 
plan: One-lhirrl down and the 
balance over six equal pay- 
fnsnta. 



By J. S. B U HIPHILH . M^.A J: 

THE land yacht Is becoming more 
popular. This vehicle, made 
posalblo by the Improvement in the 
desitfti of bu.i cluutsis, fulfili in 
every wav ;lio wr%icc of it;, water 
counterpart, except that it can go 
only wh'jTo there nrc? fair roads, 

A hiintinR trip in Main- or a tour 
tlirough Florida are all in the day's 
work for a vehicle of this kind. 
Equipped with kltcben. sleeping fa- 
cthUsa. radio and all of the comforts 
of home, just about the last word In 
lusurtous travd Is provided fgt the 
f ortunatae ownv of onc of these 
land craft. 

The vehicle Illustrated here was 
buUt for Paul W. Seller, president 
of a leading motor truck company. 
He has nnmed it the Oorcajou. 
which Is Frencll-Cnnadian for Wol- 
verine. It coAt JM.OOO On tour 
there arc seaW for foitrteen paascn- 
gers, beaidei the driver, and .',leep- 
Ing quutexs for seven 

The Interior u nnlshcd In brtiwn 
mshognny with maple Inlay Dainty 
sidelights with parchment shield.'i. 
dome lights Bnd ■.kyliRhl-i atTord 
omple lilununation. L>ouble seau 



CAi^x:AJoa 
cmoFiHBLmsi 

LAND YACMTSFOi 

PP.n^ATE rnUfUTMG PirRPOSE, . 
SnOWINQ DlKu's'OAm SLEEPING QUAJ^ ~R^, 

lor i-hlnaware 



an" provided on one side and single 
M-aLs on the other. uphoLmered m 
patt^rnpd mohair "Hie seat* revolve 
to face each other and make It poa- 
c-lble to nt up Pullman-type bsds. 
Bedding Is carried overhead and 
curutiu are fitted In the aisle to 
provide privacy. 

Between the windows are small 
mirrors and there are individual 
smoking seta Pullman-type tables 
may be set up tictween facing oeot'* 
for cardi and meals. A full-length 
seat la across the rear. Pour elec- 
tric fan*, three heaters and a num- 
ber of ventIlBtin« d<;vi.pfl assure 
comfort A radjo set la mounted on 
thf iii-strument board, with aerial In 
Uke roof and loud speaken at either 
end of the eoacb. There Is also a 
portable phonograph with electrtesl 
atta^iment to plug into the toud 
spcoftera. 

Back of the centre of the coach is 
a fully equipped kitchenette with a 
monel metal sink, hot and cold 
lacer. ventilating fan and gasoline 
Ao\i^ The stove bums » .sfwrlal 
t>li" of hlKh combustion fiii-l Ue- 
iieiiUi Is a water heater and waste 
receptacle. At the aide U a refrig- 



aro ruphnard 

Ulcheuware. Tiu.-> equipment is 
held by mrlng devices to pRvent 
rattling. 

Across the aisle Is a lavatoor and 
UkOet. There Is a closet with hang- 
ers for clothing and drawers for In- 
cidentals. 811v^ Is kept in a special 
chest with antl-ratUing devlcf^ The 
storage tank for water holds ruty 



and fans, etc , suxillary batteries are 
carried at the front alongside the 
driver, with other knttertai under 

the floor. 

Two musical boms are provided, 
one driven by air, the other br elec- 
tricity. Window and skylight glass 
Is of the safety type, There are 
doors at each side in the rear and 
a njfht-hand front door with step 



gallonA snd there in anoUier tank to light Cork linoleum covers the floor 



arcumulate watte for later dlfipc^al 
The conch Ir. finished m red rtnd 
black. Bc5ldtr. headl.Kli'-i i'l-d as;! 
die cowl lighus, H hft-s Uirff green 
lights mounted over the destination 
sign and a searchlight on the roof 
eontialled from the driver's seat 

A grine and awning at the rear of 
the ooaeh gives the air of an ob- 
swaUon car. Twa taU lights, a 
.■ttop light and trio of green trafflc 
iifctn^- ore at the rear. .'\ rail on the 
r(x>f ^tlce5 care of trunks and heavy 
bagLruge A [lorUble ladder U 
curried under the body, also a tool 
kit Tlie gUAollnc Innk ciirrie:? .ilxly- 
nve gallons and there U a separate 
I nntainer (oT the ftiBl need In cook- 
ing. 

aecause of heavy demands mads 



erator with Ice water tank. Above | on eleetrle eurrent by llghU, radio, 



of the front romporlnient and car- 
pet IS used at the reiir Rllk ciu"- 
■.;i;:i3 and window rh-adr?. together 
K 1 ui stained g ta«ii. make possible 
the same privacy ss at home. 

The power plsnt is a Itg-hon^ 
power. slsevw-TalTs engine, the same 
as that used on the large ooaches 
whleb run between Detroit and Pon- 
UM. 

Force of CireumUancen 

"I bought a new car and tcadsd 

in my player-piano as flirt pay- 

ir.enL ' 

"I didn't know Uiey accepted 
playcr-irtaiMS as payment on new 
caxsT" 

-ttyes dont usually, twt the salss- 
oian Is a nelgfabcr of mine.**— Judge. 



the ref.iiM -^f ("iir yean' mtcnaive 
[:ili-irii >t: ■! ~.i-.ij> ti work, SOd 

(i.-fii riveu a ttiwfvugh test for 
T. 100 different oais In all 

, 11 ' : n *■ world. 

SKT < MMPLETELT INCLOSED 
The set consists ot a six-tube aix- 
volt radio receiver completely In- 
closed and prcperly chlelded by a cop- 
per box mstalled behind the da&h. 
with the radio dtal.^ placed in the 
rentri- rA Ihe H^'.trumenl board. The 
lube.s uf.fd are mounted in cualilon- 
based Nocketa which so efteetlvely 
absorb the vibration that the tubes 
are as Icog-Uved as in a home set 
TO keep tbe balance at the dash- 
board, the iMtnittsnIs are relocated 
and mounted In abeantUoUjr grtmed 
bakeltte panel. 

Tbe aolal tor closed cars cop- 
per wire netiinit concealed in the 
top of the car i ntirrly n'lt of sight. 
For open ciu , 'Ju* ucrial made of 
lieavT flexible cjtblp woven crlss- , 
cross into h^nvs c»nvi\.s. which Is 
made Into tht- top uf the car. This 
aenal wlU function whether the top 
Is up or down. 

The loud speaker Is mounted tts- 
eonsplcuously over the wlndshl^ on 
closed cars and under the Instrument 
board on open models. A connec- 
tion on the dash permits a loud 
Speaker to be plugged In and used 
at an^ dlrtanw* from the car. 
NOlgK ELIMINATED 
The tubes of the set are operated 
from the regular storage battery on 
the car. the current consumption 
from an average day's operation be- 
ing leu than the current used in 
starting the car once "B " butteries 
are placed In a mctal-sheathed box 
under thp floor of the car, where 
tj.i ■. ;.r*> readily accessible. 

J^iution DoiAes which heretofore 
have been the obstacle of auto-rmdio 
hMre been entirely eliminated by an 
ta^nlouB sound filter system. Re- 
oepUen U good, regardless of the 



the radio 

diaU appearing In the centre of the 
dn£h and tbe loud speaker make the 
presence of the suto-radlo known. 

rniere are no external wires visi- 
ble. Tbe radio set Is an Integrml part 
of the car. out of sight, but availabl'^ 
for instant u*e The turn of a lock 
switch, and all Uie eniertalnment 
on the air Is brouRht to the motor- 
i!(t. whether he is cruising throuah 
• ity sSrMCa or streakLng lixroush the 
country at sisty miles an hour. 

A minton dollar corporation, the 
Automobile Radio Osrporatlon. com- 
bining powerful interests of the au- 
tomotive and radio worlds, has been 
formed, for the manufaotwe tt tba 
Invention. The corporation Is not 
offering Its stodt for lale. 



Soaring Go* Taxet 
Draw Protest From 
Editort in 



rrw YORK. May 11 — 
Editors of newspaper!* 
throughout the country arc 
opposing the tendencies to in- 
crease state gasoline taxes 
and to divert the revenue to 
other than highway purposes. 
Their argument!. oompUed by 
the American Petroleum In- 
stitute, vrtiose directors re- 
cently adopted a rejwiluUon 
supporting tbe editors, are 
numerous and logical. The 
editors oppose higher ^agoHwe 
uxea because they: 

Encourage sxlnmigant 
.•rpendlng 
fti>prr_M-nt class legislation. 
Tax neceiisity, not Ituntfy. 
Are increasing iMyoBd the 
bounds of reason. 

Are too oaeOj snnSpClblo to 
abuse. 



AF-FIN-ITE 

1929 Sclbcrling* are tougher 
thsn ever, the oewIy-dUcovered 
compounil, Af<ftn-ite, oiied in 
Mili-anninft resuUtng in a fin- 
• ■>hrd trcsil «tnclc ihst, in »cien- 
[iiu- lc=t frivrj more re- 

M='aii'"r III at.ranon meaning 
that much sddiDonsl wear. 




BERVICK 



STATION 




GLP:\*ELAND. O. May 11 - With 
the openlnif of d'-veinnd * "street 
on stllu-i," which mas dlrert.!y over 
the new Union Sutlon. one of the 
city's greatest traffic problems luv 
tieen iOlvBd In s mknner believed 
tmlquK 

The "street on stUU" Is lust what 
Ite name implies. It is supporfxd 
Its entire length by bi«e sted stuu 
sxtendlng from the roof of the 
depot structure twlow to the new 
street level. The street is 100 feet 
wide and more than half a mile 
losig. rnnn'^rtlnt; Superior Avenue at 
a point jijul west of the Public 
Square with Proeperl Avenue, 

Now that this sirvf I w ni>en 
through east and west traflir 15 able 
to pass rapidly through tbe h*art 
of tbe dty. avoiding Public Square 
with Its mass of street ear tracks 
and traflle signals, and lla thou- 
sands of pedestrians. 

The Van Swertngen Interests 
builders of the new station and 
Ttrminala Buildings group on Pub- 
lic Square, built the "Jit reet on 
suits" and gave It to the cttv It 
replacds the thoroughfares Ixurt out 
when (he station project was start- 
ed These were lar below the pres- 
ent street level snd were never ol 
any value to Uirough trsfDr. An- 
other "stilt street ■■ li under con 
Structlon allowmg tralllc another 
outlet, and it win be given to the 
city when ocmpleted. 

Owing to Its location on Lake 
ne. with Ita buoloess dlktrlct vir- 
tually on Ihe lake front, all of Cleve- 
land's through traffic and highwayv 
are eiLH snd we4t ax l& mant nt its 
local trafflc ihe main hlshway.' 
hfive alway.« pa.tRrd directly throuRh 
(■nihlir Jlqiiare. making the down- 
t.iu:i MTtion at that point a "one- 
ifratr, as far as fsnetal 
ir;<iiir l.i oonceroed. 

Because of the peeullartty or 
Cleveland's locatkm. together with 
the fact that a deep vaUey separates 
the east and vest seeUMta of the 
dty, etforts to improve the "bottle- 
neck** trafBo enndltloos have been 
unavailing, until the idea of tbe 
"street on sUtts" was tboughl out 





AND 



QU 



AT EVERY S 





Take Co Tail Timbert 

It wa."; RkniK ft b«iuUfiil AUrlrh 
nt hiRliwav "nd 'h" telephone line 
along tJie w»y wh^ m Ihe hand^ of 
repair men fihe wa.-! drlvlnir snd 
cooing, when i>r a sudden she .cpiM 
the m«<i oUmbtng the telephon*! 
polea "Wmar, Juet loek at ttmm 
fools." She esetalmed; "do Owg 
2 nvvor droTs a ear bdbfsf** 



T.\Kr OlHsmobilc out and try it — in the wifr prrw of 
irartK nnil nn the open road. You'll find dazzling acccl* 
crauoo, as smooth and stagelcag as tbe pick-up of an dearie 
motor. You'U find tMkaa^ ipegd, with ffcgdom from 
noise or vibration chroughouc tbe eorite range. You'U find a 
tircIes-S. cffdrtlM* flow of power, with a tftWlffldout fgsetvg 
foe Sleep hiUs and hard pulling. 

OldemobUe's big 62 - bonepower cogipc fots on sound- 
dcadeningi vibcatioa-abgorbing mbher mouottngs of special 

design. The cha^^iv too, is rulibcr ■ cxishioned. Fabric 
beading eliminates annoying body s(]ueaks. And a special 
sound - insulating matcriai becwoao tba bodf and the cfaaaan 
ctcatcj a gt l eno d mtanoe. 

Controls arp convrnicniU arranged. Both the from »eai and 
the steering wheel are adjustable. Gears mesb easily and 
gUenily. Qotc^ action it Ugbc and anoocb. Bllonlan fBea»> 
Ing provides handling ease in crsfic and simplifies parking. 
And Oldsmobile's quick aaing fo«r-wbad galciy btabtg 
re^ood to ri>e ili^trw pressure 



Hie Fisher Body interiors arc luxuriously comfortable, with 
wide, deep - ciubiooed geaig. And four Jx)vejoy bydrtuUc 
ibock sbsorbcrs assure restful aiding ease on any road. 



Come, rake a drive in this finer Oldsmobilc. Experience 
thnllmg, powerful performance that is smooth ami cjuiet at 
every speed. Then . . compare its value t 






PRODUCT t>f GBNBftAL MOTOK8 OF CANADA, LtMITftO 



MASTERS 

91S YATES STREET 




PHONE 372 



.1 



fHE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C Sl ^^^^ M ^^ 



MAIL FLYING 
IS PROFITABLE I 



FUK CAIlHYIN(i 

rotJiffiM 



froapcrvu \>um M 



Ulitttd mrtM ttftp ntn Appewn 
«• liavt ban • prafitaMa hwi iiiM 
A^ar un for tb» avarate amtnet 
optrators of routes. aoeonUzv to 
■ibHiIIiw ecmrlnf revenue* and oi>- 
araUfV '''^'^t.- (>r air transport gsth- 
erad by A<ronauiics Branch ni 
th** r>p;ir'!iir:u of Commerce nnd 
made puhllc rr"-Ftiiiy Diulng the 
vrar the t iovi-rTirtient paid $7,433,179 

hi Lwent; uur- <<[>craloni Iv fbt do> 

nii'Alkc a:r iiiail. 

Tlio tabulatloni ^Jio'jrrd that, 
whlk the avcraije im-ome from 
carrying the elf mall was M oeoU a 
mllr. u BKalnat 63.6 cents a mile In 
1931 and M emu a mile In 1938. the 
eoataC < yara ttoi|^ plaoea. 
I liptfta fMM llflmi op- 




airrratu. waa Insn than 10 cents a 
luUc. El«ht (4*er«ior*. who made a j 
proOt, npoctod mtta eaata o« M-5 
cania and aaw of tbaae taa4 an 

at M,l eenta, w^ile tlxre* 
plues with UO-hor&f- 
power enginee had avrraK'- <"'j-'I - 
but 40.9 cenU » miu- pn^Mt prnm- 
•ble lines Usted paid retunis u|K>i< 
their Inrestroenta afWINiWi *Bor\: 
than 28 jwr rent 

air^Uiir in idilK ;(iia Q'U pounda. a« 

egemel fr4& pounde te 1931 and lU 

pfnifHls *n ma, whtl* the everaee 
inooma for each mall lokd wu 
91^, aa agalaal $lMVf tor \m and 
9990 In 1939. The averane inroni* 
per prwnwl of air lEutU rarn<'d 
dumped aUfhttar, being 91-93 In xm. 

1926 

ToUil pouiidaKc handled Jumped 
ro 4.061,'«S1, from 1J70J99 In 1837 
nnd 977,906 In 1939- The InoOTOe 
from the QovemBUDt of atr aiaU 
operaton Ampad (o a7^;n9 fron 
k U3T and tmjm ■ 

1999. 

The opetaUona of individual Mir 
mall rmites almost doubled in 1928 
over the prevlotui year. a5 new llnrs. 
moel of Lhrm reUUvely «Iinrt routz-s. 
were addi-d to network TIi- 

report showed thai 3.W9 one-was 
all-mail trips were w.hfdul«l, av 
aKaitut l.dM In 1921 and l,2Uo in 
192fl 

The department also estimated 
that the mUeacc flown hf aU oper 
atori of sir tnmpoft, In fi lwllnc th, 
air maU, nwotaod ft total of lO,00o.- 
000 durinv 1919. as affalnst 9.970,489 
?i lO'^l arir) <Tir0S7 in 192fl 



PtRFORMANCE AND 
STVLH UEMANDliD 



Dl-M rin^m m rii: I'-i'^rs Seek 

Both Ke^itUaiU* smj Ue Soto 



June Collyer and George O'Brien Try It' 



turnl aod op«ratirti njpe- 
rioritlea hmwm d«fl»ltcl7 
refh Ha hcd Champloti the 
bettor spark plug. lliat U 
why Champion ontaella all 
othcTB thransfaoat th« world. 

CHAMPMMV 

r,OMMla 
C ANABI AH.MaBS r% OO VCT 



What mait tha a a t ca w^ll a to- 
day offer the modara, dIaerlBil&ai 

Ing buyerf 

The anawer la "perfonnanee and 
ctyle," aocordlnc to ICr. CUir Lup 
tnn, sales manavar lor the lAou.n 
Bouse. lAd^ De Boto dealers here. 
This was the cot M efiw a of opinion 
in a recent, natl'inwlrte F!in.»'v bv 
Dc Soto sales lM;,Mi' ''r i.prl II. l-^lls 
tilr story of tlip rt-niarlcable suoce&s 
of Uils car since Its tntrodnetlon to 
the public laat August. 

"This survey was Importnii' b" 
cause It gave us a definite picture 
of the popular oar of today oom 
pared with the ear of a few year: 
ago." be eoathittftd, *'WhUe the 
prestige and reputaUoo of the 
manufacturer are of prima import- 
ance ni»t ttia buyer, parttonliirly in 
the field of trie popular priced six. 
places performance only second to 
style. The De Solo Six ofTors both. 

"The buyer want* to know first 
of all what la new about the car he 
l8 Intereated In and why the new In 
better than the old model. He wants 
to learn what Innoratloos intro- 
dnoid tar the maker laerease Ita da- 
paodaUtt^. aafety in operation and 
eaae of oontrol without sacrificing 
other feaCnres of equal bnportanoe. 

"While the Oe Soto style, ita lines 
and general appeawaca» aland out 




MOTORS WORN 
OUT BY ROADS 



roouT coNDinoim hioh- 



prominently compared with othrr 
cars of much higher price, it la ita 
bchavicw on the open road and in 
conKPflted city trafllo that has been 
mainly responsible for Oe Soto pop- 
ularity. It explains why lU raputa- 
tloa la that of a vondarfuKy per- 
forming sU or the hlgheat quality 
thtottghont 
"An entlrelj new drtring eenea- 
has been bvoofht Into its field 
by the De Soto Mx. with lU nashlng 
aceeleratloo, smooth operation and 
Itiftantly effective braking power." 



With Reservntion 

A motori5t. meeting a ncyro trudg- 
ing alon^ the dusty road. flgdiraiB- 
ly ofTerrrt him a Utt. 

"No, Thank you. tah," aald the 
old man. * .^h nirkon mad old lalgs 
will take nif InriR (a-'it f-nough " 

"Aren't hfrald. are you, uncle? 
Have you 6var baCD III •& aHtotto- 

bUe?" 

"Nerah but oner*, -a-i rind den 
Ah dldnt let aU mah weight down." 



DEVOTED 



X O 



QUALITY 




10 Minutes 



Mort4 Silent limine^ ( A^i* 




• • • with a Durant employee! 



XJTIGH quali^ is fntimaiaed Jft Durant CUS dlfOQg|l 
the loyalty and cfitbususm wfaidi eadi Dunne 
OBfiafet feds towards the cooqNU^ and its pfodocttu 

Ten minates con venation with a Dofant cmployfc 
Bionld oottvince you of this valnablft asK^ which fnrclker 
cnsam coai|4ece ^and lasting satisfaction from a 
Dmat cat; 



OUIANT MOTORS of CANADA UMTTED . TORONTO^ CANADA 
Ih^ Tioda ttlboia 1% Tea QfedUM 






uia 



GOOD 



CAR 



ATKINSON MOTOR CO^ LTD. 



818 YAXSS STREET 

SOMASS 



(Next to Dominion Theatre) 
MOTORS, LTD., PORT ALBERNl. 



PHONE 2083 



V.l. 



Laughing PedeMtrian 

By RAU*a O. BRADFORD 
He knew abnosfe oothlai' of moftnri 
To him a flat tire waa a aoNan; 
The mlshapa of fellows who drore 

'em 

Were always one comical dream. 
Be lautbed irtien he qded a good 
braafedown, 

WhUe traB te jams eaoaed him to 
squeal; 

Then ooa day eame Jual "iTrnm- 
tlei>— 

He purchased an antocnoblle. 

Mow the sad look you see on hts 

features 

Has nothlnv to do with the. dAy; 
Where once he vaa fha^*TH irtcfa 
laughter. 

Be now ahakea wiXt platattna dia- 
may. 

That moto r ear made aS tba dif • 

fere&e^— 

It proved that a fellow's too dense. 
To see a good joke on a motorist 
When It happens at his 



nunnnr mm lAn 




Better joeatbe 
under it. 



ttiaa ba ttUDwn 



en 



Two 
Can 
ttaa Tear 



c-mcAOO, May ll.^ars that 
have faaped out their last bit of 

i: I'fuiiiew, two mtthoo strong and 
r :i Mill nnie value of two btlUon 
i> iurs, will during 1919 pass Into 
>>Mvioii through smash-ups. cnma 
lui! ami junkiKR, accortllnit {■> niu 

bounre.-). t^tiust- thief fodder are 
automobUee uaed to the point ol ex- 
haustion, are nov the latest thing In 
making certain the nnmpleto re- 
moval of old wrecks from hlgbwaia. 
Los Angeles and Chicago have both 
recently burned ceveral htthdred 
cars 111 public drmanslnittonji 

WUh ihf .tuUiin.jbJc rr-KUtfAtion 
flgurt- for Uif :i»tlion iii-a:itiK iKKl.- 
1)00 nl'iUl''.-.. a it\ir\\ Uii,"- ri-ijlace- 
Ilifll! N4vl'':^ li-UlfJii- \:- \m- ■■ipected 
■ jirfBd ■■( n-ttdh howrver, 

W'sinLhctimg car strviLt. 
Oiir of the greatest oosU the 
motor owner faoea la (hat of drpre- 
ciaUoB. Aalda froaa bad driving, 
wiiioh tnclndaa undue rlpphig of 
gean and buaaplas Into telephone 
polee and otliar paople'i eara» the 
road surface over wblob the ear Is 
driven has, moat to do With tt* pre- 
mature death 

l'.4j);ar_'i*niprit nnd rf piiinnR of 
broken tprinxn and other di-'^ii>t43d 
pjtrLS Ol the car'i anatomy cwl six- 
uble sums, and, .rtrangely. rare tn- 
ti*^d i.-^i the motor owner who rrrit- 
ona Uifse charges as toUs collecLed 
by bnd roads. ACodem automobUes 
arc weU built and oertalnly moat 
breakage oanaot be rlgbtfUUy 
charged to Mtoary wear and liar. 

It was onoe aald of liCsseurl that 
there ears lasted but half the normal 
aotomobUe Ufetlrae beeauee ol the 
ann>Mifced rutty roads. BCssoun at 
present has 1,S60 miles of ooncretr 
so CVLTy oper»t.l:>e- th* moat fti.- 

over the state highway ayatem now 
approaflh a fan van eC mnlm. 



This whete MaMMI of what's 
wmnR with yemh iranld be solved 
U auUxiiobtlee could talk 



Patasenger (to taxi dnver>--aay. 
you ran uwtt that puSartHiHi Bau 

ter ftiip 

1^1X1 cinvr l\v doiriK yni a 
favor by not ntoppm . You amt got 
no Idea what tioabia PPB'd have 

but 11 ' a wluieas. 

Our Idea at a wise man Is one 
who int foolish enough to try to 
rniivtnoe a vonaai by argvAw uttb 



PKtVIOlJS KIXORDS 



Lael rsar Mentte Bl 
High bfarfc 



Reporter to eantenartan Wow did 
you manage to ttve to be a handradf 

The Andent One— WeU. the Urat 
aeveoty yeara they WMD'i ao aolfr- 
mebllee: and the aaal Mriir t 
left this house. 



A used stm la worth !«» than a 
used car altsr the abarlff gets 
through with tk 

JAKE HAYS 
Bamson had one big advantage 
Drhlah let him .-ilfrp while she was 
cuttin' his hair and didn't try to 
seU him the sftuip. 

They aay luoia fittM oanples- 
lona. 

But so long aa Ihwa^ t^nxg of 
rouse to hide the vttiiMi» X saektn tt 

don't maoer. 



Of an UMi jtosutlil tttaffi in 
thla world ttej teh old baotular la 
pfobly ttM oMiel noiu 



If women had any 
would be more bachrtan. 



there 



n doa^ tflto 
said Oaleeto Bcateftaa. Oto ttoe 
aort that hlrsa a tosleab and 
both arma." 

yairy IWa — "TOU are perfecUy 
oofteci, ab-," aald the automobile 
wal fw rnen to the proiqiecL "Tlie 
Complea Bght la every bit as good 
aa oar car." 



Durtag the fbwt four noatba o 
1999. eadloc AprU 90, aR pnMou 
reeaetta Dor tha iiianiiraiiiiiia ani 
shliaasiil or riitiiiiulinto wmw bfols 
an, aocordliig to 1%biW notlfad I9 
9Cr. Oui Masters, of Bfiutna Melon 

Llml:e(l. luTMi nidsmoblle dealer 

Duruitc Lhal period more Oldsiuo 
biles were -ihlpjied from the laciorin 
than during the entire year d 
1939. In addlUoo more than l.ooi 
Vlklnga. tha V-typa. eight-cylindet 
wwnp a nl o B car to mrtmwWIa, van 



dtUvcred to daatea. 

Tslal Mpoiento of OUtoWbtla 
and VlklBga from Jmrnrj 1 to Apri 
90 thla year veiw 46.194, which t 
ittgbtly mora than 1,000 above thi 
shipments made during the enliri 
calendar year of 18115. 

March shlpmentn totaled approxt' 
mately I4.fi00 Old-Msobilcs and Vik* 
ingii, a.i compared with ll.OflS carl 
.'.hipiK-d during ihe ijiinc nu-iiUi 1 
yea r ay d. This l» a 1 1 inmiLM- o. 
more lhan 34 jht com 'ITje InrrcuM 
In 5hlpmrnu tor the first loui 
months of this year over those oi 
the same months In 1626 tntaLi mon 
than 67 per rent 

Oldsmoblle-Vtking oOioalA n-\>^>r< 
that the mamtfaoturtng achedulei 
for May oaU for nore tl»& ITMI 
eara, of wbltfk ippraxlinaMy l,00< 
are to be Vlklnga and tha remalndn 
radsmobUea. TbIa produotlon Rgun 
oontpares with 11.719 OldamobUft 
manufactured and shipped In May 
1999. 

Ttie large increases being madt 
month after month has been marii 
poaslble by the mntlnued publU 
faVCV accorded tlu- dld'tnobllf six. 
and which hxn been extended th( 
new Viking since its announcemenl 
three weeks ago, and to the enlargeil 
manufacturing laetUtlea afforded bj 
the new biillrttnga ooutructed durtni 
tha paei year. 




AppAmdmattfy aeven OQk of every 
ten automobile victims are pedes- 
trlaci, which means that when you 
are on the street your chances of 
brtna killed are over twice as good 
as when you are In a car. which 
mean-i also that you had better 
Itef'p your wits about you under 
iKtih rondiUons Be alert, whf-n >ou 
drt\'' -V f-nr ind be twice as careful 
wh' ' i.k the 




When bacUng op yoor ear ob 
street or roadway give a thooght 

tn what may be behind you. Another 
car may be standing thrrp, w)inr 
child may be In the wav I'^e vnur 
bom befpve yon bork up and lotk 
beckward. not forward Jlrrt "in an- 
other case where a mlrn>r romea in 
miRhty handy. For though the 
forrea of erohrtJon will undoubtedly 
(umiith eyea In the back of motor- 
Ma' heada aorae time la tta Ikitare, 
that time is not yet 



A Lesser Evil 



Butler— Your wife has ran away 

with the chauffeur 

Hti.sband Oh, well. I was going 
to tire hun anyway. Life. 

FXOOK COVEKINO 



Motorists have tried doaens of 
different methods of cleaning the 
Ooor covering of the rear compart- 
ment. Uituatly. after trying all 
ihoAe available, they go back to the 
one that invartably workji the best.. 
Tlilj! nipfliod consists In lAkiiiR out 
the carpet, hanging It on a clothns- 
Itne, and subjecting it to a severe 
beating. After all the dirt has been 
looemed the vaeuum tieaoar vUl 
do tha raai my vaO. 




Don't Gamble on 

new car Lubrication 



TITB lubHcmtUm thgi b fAtoM to « MP Mr fai a 
very direct t>eannK upon the Ufa and 99C«l09 Ost 
you arc going to get out of the car. • 

Tte oblect of tafarlcate b to r edoca ftfcaaa to a 
■IniBRnB and vm^y as aipflit knowlgdaa df 
and tMr quality wfll acMeva 1N9 pmpm» 

Thin cheap grrav^ will uytHuJIy 
than reduce friction. 

•WHTZ** CKAR OREASE contains tboae two 

re»ary quAlitirs flui<1iT\' anA rich smooth oOi- 
ness- -that mean free nwinR \iiiix?i and easy start- 
ing. In a new <:,-\r. .il! mnvinp: part-t are stiff ami 
rough. Friction inevit.il»ly smooths these down, but 
in doing ao, Irjiirrs >-our urease. RiRht here t» why 
"WHIZ" GEAR GREASK ia 9o ntlnsbla— itg rich- 
M»— ita body— tb9 9lng«lk 9ad ifaBRf t« 

rarf9t ttg cfTerlji of frtrtinn 

And of cnurv the mrrr*-* p^-ade of greeae l9 iaat aa 
important b.i the rpialtiv Your dealer 9M9 sad 

rM-n<nnvnd'» ( .!■ \ R ( .REASB. 

"One pound of fresh grease atldcd to faor ponnds 

arvgaamn mmm paaad9 «f old grease 

9 




i 



Live Gum Protects the Cords 

GUM CiuKioncd Tiret are bulk tolwdppaca wlA 
today's motor car englneerigi^ Tluftrdmloi^ 

mcrnt is ticmtinirtratcJ in the caclnaiwa feature of 
live vnim cushiorxs, sltilfully vforlted over each 
cor. I Liver hv exp<?rf lire nrwlter^. Their effective 
rcsiaUiicc to modern high speed and four-wheel 
braking, ptacea Gum Cuahimed Tirri in the 
«nni — *Lfl fr daaa — a< 00 extra coat. Go Co 
QamCnAlon'ttreStodona t tf ylldMwr 




Therein a Gwn Ctinhim Trre StaHon near yon 



OUTTA PFRCHA TIRBt iOLD PY 



VULCANIZINO 
UTKKAI *iO 



General Service Station 



TlRKt 
REPAtU 



1U5 BtANSHAKD STKKfiX 



Till- DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, ii.r. SUNDAY, MAY 12, 19^9 



3 



M8T0R BUS ALTERS 
BllKAL EDUCATION 



ChU- 



WASHINOTON nc MiT n — 

Tht motor b i> h.i.- viriuRiiy rrvoiu- 
tlonlzcd rural ^duration, and more 

'■hlldrrn lirppud iifxni 40,87.") ^^■(lool 

(I'l I ! ;ui p(<r' ,iL!.(p f < . .-J h. " il 

' rt. it il.n ,t. 1 "'i.Nj.- l<) !)M'Utii;ii.ir ■. 

fik'urc-. Kl'WW ' . .iIiJl'lJ.1 pil! 

licatloii ol the NaLluiiiil Motor liu.. 

DlvUlon of tha Aourtsn Auftomo- 

bUe AnodaUoa. 

The AJLA. Bus Dtrlatoo points 
out UiM ft toul of Khoob 
nav yam buet. vhloh oovw 
mii«s of route dally, mnd comprise 
44 pg W O fl< tl w toUl mttcr bu»w 
UiRimliouft tlM ootuHfy. 

"Tht motor tun bu been ft dom- 
ifuust faeCor la brtngtiig ftbout Uu 
foiMoUdatioa of rural tcbaob, wblcb 
has rasulM In ■ much hlch«r type 
ol oduaatlonal untre." aajn Diu 
Vketa. "Approninfttciy 33.0oa one- 
room schools have closed thplr doors 
sincr 1020 to b*- rrplnrcd bv ftt least 
7,000 conM>llnai<'(1 w-hools which 
are equal to thr ht-^x \w the countr>' 

At the same lime, says the pub- 



We Have 



■rMon haa b— a luri imttl to- 

ridct art pM«M«« fto alwUbU ftt 

an annual ooit ft oMr tJT.- 

'JM 738 

Hf Souihes.^tem ftTMk ttOMIpTll- 

inH iwclvr .vi.»u-^, l»as the largest 
nunibrr (jI bu.M-.'^ u l^!* «nd Ui» 
sam.- time KT<-,»'fst roulr milciiiKP 

land !!'■ l.iry s- number '.i s*!hoola 

I aerveU. i;»0 ijy^ *ik1 !i.63f respec- 
Uvety. lt\e cufvt or this sanrlec in 
the aouttieast was H^JM lor th« 

1 IOT7-28 •etkool . 

I Howenr. ttao MrOMMMn ftrea. 
^^^vltt| IjOOO laM KtHOlat With a 
!u>rtT route mtleafe and ■ memWcs 
( iiiih' T- fif buM s sp^n! t9,MK.103 

i h'- '■'.^i f*;i!' i' ■ n 'til lliif 
■ 1"!. • \: * \ J A li.L'- teii'lrrt r- ■ 

M'lvfil thr iiRe-old prohl*-:r, ol .stMnv.l 
fai/tluiei in Uw* rural M'ctinri"' 

"The EdTanlsce of r.m«i|i- 
dated school, served by the motor 
boa, U Men by the fact that reeott 
tasta In spedOc subjeeta revealod ft 
nipertortty am tHa aM^nom type 
of Mlioal by mftrftaio of from 10 

to 3S per cenL 

"Bus trsnipcrtattnn !» nov pro- 
rtded through two ways^ -contract 
with operating cnmpani*w or sfltooT 
ownership. TTx** Ifilter mrUiod pre 
vaUs generally. 

"Since the bus h lusert nnly part 
of the day. thf rirtvr problem l.s a 
troublesome one, but Ixas been best 
solved by allowing; teachers or older 
students to earn the mwey avail- 
able by actinK ft.-* drtvera ■ 

"In many tnsLancea, operaUCf 
C08U are lowered by repalrtnc 
ochool-owned biisee tn 'eBCtaeerlnt' 
departments or the achooL 

"OeneraUy the school bua la ol 
a apodal type. Oomfort la Imo re- 
gazded tHon dtmiMllty and nig- 
(■«IMM. vttb Uo capftolty dette- 
mlBod by tbe pwtleultr noeda of 
•MbflefaooL" 




LONDON HAS NEW 
MOTOR STATHIN 



Nfar \snAtiaU 
Cad HAiiillr 250 
mX a TUnc 



latent 



Auto Radiator 

F?epairs and Reconng 

l^dy and Fender 
Repairs 

Specialists for Each Branch 
Cive Efficiency and Service 

ir£ess Bros. 

t PhoM tan 



Thrvv Coanirie» 
Besides the J\S. llnvf* 
i)np Million iulos 

CHICAGO, May 11.— Only three 
countries beddeo the United States 
have reflatrmCtads ct more than 
1 .oee.OOe motor ean. Theee are ttif- 

land. France and Canada, acoordlnf 

to B bulletin Issued here by the 
American Re^iearch Foundation. 

or 31.»2S,9A2 motor cars, buses 
and trucks in operation throuchout 
the world." says the bulletin. "136 
countries exrliLslve of the United 
States own or about one- 

rourth Tbe remaining SMM^M 
car?t. or three- fourtha. are refftofiered 
In tbe United stAtes 



A new motor coach atetlon. which 
wm rtval tbe Uf imilway tmlnl in 
the fadmias oMtnd to paMngors is 
bolng eroelod Mar Vauxhali and 
RcnningtoB Oval eridiel stuuiu! 

T. Boon, of Blue Bell Motors. I,td . 
who Is raeponalble lor the itaiion. 
■ >1 * ,1 --fprpientitivr of the prcvi it 
,iri thr largest moUir ctwch 
iUitiiin .n tirt^t Britain probably 
the UrgwT Ui ihr »aild i^uch a 
jttation, he «aid. had become cAwn- 
tial to deal w«tb the rapidly Increas- 
ing coach trarnc He had calcu- 
lated that there were om 37.000 
motor coaches nvinlns Is the south 
of mgland alone, and the poUce 
authorltlos no longer aUowod com- 
panics to embark their passengers 
In the Btreeta. 

Mr. Boon described the site u s 
very fine cme. and said tliat Ltie .it^- 
Uon would cost at leaft £100.1)00 to 
(Complete, 'ITiere will tw accommo- 
; tIsUnn fnr 250 motor roaohcji at a 
I tinif nkiji^Mdf the twelve plat- 
forms, aitii indtcatom «hawing Uie 
destinatlona of the various coaches 
and the Umea of etarUng. On either 
Bide of tbe caafcraBoe, bnllt oo a 200- 
foot frontage, wOl be hotels, reotaur- 
anta, waiting toOBU, bodclng offices 
and sbepe. 

Thp station Is situated on the main 
ruAiLs Irom Victoria to Margate. 
Dover, Elaslbourne. Brighton and 



I which have buUt for the oooapanyl 
t product a C*o to one lucfotouee 
I w r any <rtbar ear Uittas above 
sj jixi They malnUfa) ttaaW 
Huick loftda in Its fletS. SD SMM ttw 
new product lead In ttio Add vtateh 
u IS about to ent^r " 

"Hiiick,!. le&derjJi.p u\ thr 
rar ria.'- n-ts iK-rn & lii;5UnK 
COliLUii-.i.i' ;t [)r'tun 

vear.-s ',;,(■ ■>rT!i ..il' [">i(i' 'I'l' ' Mr 
rujjgrd .^1.^nu;ll.^ I'l i','-. pr; 'liii ini.' 
done :iiuvfi solve lUc ua«l t«J 
pn>bir[ii iiT Bulck. ffir motorlata 
cvtTvwncre have come to know that 
a used Bulok roeana * mOia and 
miles of unuaod txmneportUMa. 

"Bacfcod by twenty-Ave yean of 
qusOlty ear engl u e orta ig and aaies 
suocesB, tbe Bmck Mot/n- Company 
has designed a hiRh (trade product 
r or the lowers priced n M if < ■ i h r*- 
the executlvw. who aiM -..i' A. n 
a thorough u i nit- rst a inl 1 1 i.t ^ 'i ' l .e 
pubUc'is coii>' ■! I. nt's., of iiifiUr l ar 
values, thf ' ' iJ.,'.!!!' >iii car 'n Bulck 
has been . i.-ii---' nit-ct 
requirement of i.j price claas. ' 



TaniotL-Stadn { 

f>/ Automohilvs 

Before slarliri* the Summer trip 
•top in a[ a brake spccialLst and 
I have thf ear :- bmk.-s «iven the 

'■-:.( r ■•\<-> i'tiim,^, -^ic mf't-.>ri.»t 
I woii I lia^r tj Iiave ititau rrluied, 

but moat Ukaly tboy wlU naed ad-: 
JuaUiv. Hw Impocianee at having 
Iboae brakes adjusted evently can- 
not be ovcr-emphaal>ed, for apart 
from all tbe safety cniialderaturiui. 

one must th::;i; :.r„ ' 
faulty Inmkea in d^ul.l^^ mid *:enlA 
Bad adjustment* ^tiu the tires 
out in no time at all and— this one 
rew people rcaUn— may result in 
a bent front axla. U one front 
brake !■ ilsbtor than tho othor and 
you apply p ro Mig e quleUy In an 
emergcoey. you are subjecting the 
front axle to a twl&tlng strain whu ti 
oven tbe toughest ^te^l t^in t re&isL 



With an all-Brftlah eaat and an 
Ex^Uah setting. Britain win goon 
have tU first IM per eem Brltleb 

talkie. 



HISTORY OF ASKONAUTICS 
The Balloon of De Lottre 

Hare la a baUoon whlcb never left Ohe paper stage. M. Qo X^ttn 
Uved tn France diirtav the days when baltoans were rauslnR a lot or ex - 
eiioment. Tbtr were new. tbey oifered poaalbUiu*^ of .^pon and tJirllla | portamouth. and It ts aLio well 
to be found In no other direction of the tlmea: and th^y stimulated the | served by busea. tubes and stre^^ 
imaginations of mllUona of people in aU walks of life li if no wonder, 
thervfore. that we find many mventors iicratchln« heads and perspirUiR 
profusely In efforts to improve and Invent and become fammu^ and a!.-.M 
wealthy In the field of aeronautic,', And 'hr estimable M. Dt LeUre wa& 
one of thi-sf ih^ failed to .i::vk' ni:ri. v "ir hL-> uiTentlon. but be 
succeed-i. now and tiere u> (aiiu- and iiuiin-> Uic newspapers a hundred 
year* after he has left ror other regions. ' 

His was a hydrogen balloon supporting a rather laiB* droular plat- 
forni md thlB platfoim, aa yon will note, contains an airtight shed buUt 
ioiiipictely around the outer dreumference of tbe platform. Only half 
of It Is shown so as to make visible Uie Itenu boused within It. These 
mclude a pump numned b» four own In the foreground, and which 
pumped air at gr«at preasure Into the barrels. The Idea was to Increaae 
by such means the weight of the balloon at will. An exhaust pipe was 
pcovlded so 'ha' ihl.-i fiame air might be exJiausted. thus decreftslng the 
total weight and allowing Uic ballc-o'i to rise InndentaUy, tliLs lotn- 



Honduraa expects a rcoord banana 

crop this year. ' 



WHIPPET PERMITS 
SCLLDII liLTAW AV 



raal n*-0» 8o«s as 
IsOBMal 



Manchester Kduraii. li t omirilttee 
has de<'.ln*-d th<- oflfr nf Sir -Man 
Cobtumi U) give Irev fllghtb to 
■chool children and teachers during 
his tour of England In search of 
flying grounds. 

Soviet Russia wlU erect a (SOO.OOO 

' cotton mlU. 



cars from all parts of Loodoa 

TO INTRPnlTNEW 

LOWmEU oyiLK 



Local DMrtbslOii Anne—ee 
AdTCBt ef Sht-CySMtor 



Near 



"Performance, stamina and at- 
tractive appearance. Ihe f!*TflTi^ in 

mittor car manufacture which have 

pressed air ml«hi abu br used b\ the pa.-A(irgr.rf, (or breathing purpo.seb [f^ae Bulck the ouUUndlng car In 
at heights where oxygen became r^'hrr too scarce for ,uintort. ; p„(,g ^ carried out in 

This machine was drawn on paper and actually patented, but jj^^ -cylinder automobile 

one had the nerve to build It. which was fortoaMo for the buiUler and Bulck is to intr-xluce into the 
for anyone who Intended f ln an rtng It. fOr It woold have been a wCal p^jce fl^id gany ^^i^ sum- 

faUure In several reepecu easUy recognised by even modem hl^ school ^^r," says Mr. w. H. Ehmn. ol 
freshmen. But the last yean of the elsbtoenth.eentary wen rft»e with ^ ^ Davie. Limited, 
aeronautical Idess. aU of thm oonlrflmtlnc sovslhtaiK to ■moauCloal 
knowledge and BMls tlng In Che eventful mastery oC the ab. sdU a 
century In the fotarc. 




'TTie mere fact that tbe new car 
is to be buUt by Bulck places un- 
usnal demands upon the engineer- 
ing department of that company.*' 
says Mr. Dumi. -omdats have 
pointed out that Buick i.s not just 
merely the name of an autonobile 
but that It gymhoTfcas qtmUtios 




with abnost unlverBal adoptloa of 
traffic signals, even in tbe analler 
ctttes, aatoBoobUe m s m i f Mi lOT i 
year after year have glveo (nsms* 
log study to building ean to meet 
the pwee o t driving oonditMna Ibis 
has resulted In tbe developmanfc of 
englnea to provide speedier ptflk-9 
for fast getaway in traffic. 

By merely watching the perform - 
anci> of various automobtlea when 
thr irattK liKht-s at a street Inter- 
hToUon .switch from red' to 'green.' 
one may really note tboee oan hav- 
ing exceptional activity. 

Thoae can with power plants pv- 
mlttlng a fastor ss taw ay swaip far 
ahOMl of the ean eactploylng aslnv- 
gidi molar, and eonsequently ttwlr 
drivers are less bothered by heavy 
traffic condwinns 

Amonc the first i^arv to men. this 
tnifti'- i-ondilinii wi*-'^ I'i'- "nKiri-i; 
Whlpp<-t pr.-^Uircd bv tti*- WUlys- 
Overland ( onipaiu Thfiw cara were 
noted for their high activity factor 
In heavy traffic, and soon booUM 
recognised as the Ideal type In the 
low-priced field for town ON. 

The new whlppoU ihow unusasl 
plok-up and getaway tn ft noond 
■peed— materlaUy higher than In 
the farmer models. This gives the 
drlvar of " the new Whippet a dis- 
tinct advantage when a quick cr' 
away carries the car far ahei»d < f 
others and reduces the discomfitures 
of heavy traffic to a minimum. 

Neu» Ford Sedan 
Received With Great 
inie reH in VleUftia 

The New town sedftn. now <m 
dlsplfty ftt tha Nfttlooal Motor Oom- 
pany'i showroams, 919 Yfttes Street, 
la being reeelved with great Inter- 

eet by the Victoria motor car buy- 
ing pubhc. Combined with ih*- 
Model A features of safety and dur- 
ability and comfort, this new town 
sedan gives the particular buyer 
features found only in cuatom- 
bullt bodies The interior fittings 
ore dLvtinrUvp in their dftslgn, giv- 
ing exceptional head room and- leg 
room to the dnver. an appredabte 
teature on sustained trips, tits 
deeply omhlensd ssaU ol airft 
pleated cloth. oo mMn sd wttb tbe 
arm rests In the rear eompartment 
Insure oomfort to tbe passenger. 
Nickeled head lamps and cowl lamps 
harmonise with the Interior and aa- 
tJ^rior hardware o( the car. 

neaxSy X«MM 

ti 



In a recent 
tourlsU vlsUoS 
Panama. 



. tAnnounang the appointmeiU 

Dins 11 lore )^xot\i^rs 



645 Yatet Street 



%As dealers for tie 

New Ma/mon and Koosevelt Straight'¥.ights 



The Msnnon Motor Car Company is 
pleased to announce the appointinent 

of this well-known aiiromoViile establish- 
ment as the headquarters for Marmon 
and Roosevelt straight-eight cars in this 
aectioe. These new sales and service 
facilities are Marmon's answer to the 
growing local demand for America's 
most advanced development in auto- 
mobiles—die strsig^t-dgfat. 

A vint to these showrooms will im- 
press you with Marmon's astounding 
achievement in building a straight-eight 
for every purse. Here you will see the 
sensational new Roosevelt which sells 
Ibr lets than |t)iOO~the fleet Marmon 



"68" at $2210, and the luxurious Mar« 
mon "78" tC |2975 in Canada. 

Marmon wa.^ among the first to lure- 
see the straight-eight as the new de- 
velopment of the automobile. Th«t is 
i^y for nearly three years Marmon has 
concentrated upr>n the straight-eight, 
simplifying it, producing it in voluAe 
and making it an econonucal and long- 
Kved ou* for all to own. 

We intite your inspection of the new 
Marmon and Roosevelt straight-eights, 
now exhibited in rcprcsenutivc body 
styles and colors, believing that you 
will find them the outstanding values 
of the yesr. 




Tills Only bays 



What 




The UmU^uncampramising truth U thai if you wani 
the superlative type of performance uhich CadiUac 
and La Salle provide^ you cannot gee U ewept in 
CadiUac and La Satte. 




tM^rmmSM Sirmight-^Eighu ftr Evtry Tmt 

lift t9 Kifh Rf^<f^ls, $l^no; Nfw Mmwm 78, $297%- Ntw AUrmn 6g, $2210, 
im Cmsds. Gnuft^mtfwtenttxtrA. Impart ^imt mn ^Mrmclht im ^ tm f mt vium fis*. 




] 





If all th« mnBona which the CadiDao Motor rar CnnipaSf 
and Ganaal Motors hav«^ expended in dflveloptog the cloMltt 
flneat, Ugbeet i>-pe of precUon masrafaetming la the wofld 
did uot ahow itaelf in performance it wouKl he K»vc's labor 
loat fiat it <lMsd«monatrst« itaelf wilfa immediate emphaiia. 

AO yoo need do is to drive *<'ni'* rnr ni«j>irinK lo romprla 
with CHi #n^ and La Salla— and then turn to the latter. 
The oontraat wtll prcvo so ■tartHag St to be unanswctabla* 
The motnpnl yni -.ti )• ir,tn r.idillnr or Ka SsDa and drivs 
awaj — you iknou that ihero are hoan and dayt and DOBtht 
and yeart of tnprsDitat tstiafaeUon ahead of you whkb bo 
otiMT can can yield. 

Tha AftMsooe it perhaps more obvioiu today than ever 
before. For th^re are embodied in the npweat Cadtllscs, 
La Sallea and Fleetwoods on these chassis, exclusive featurea 
of tafsty, perfonnance and driving ease that conlribula S 
meafliire of enjoymTt nnd freedom of mind tOTpaatiog aay 
other conc<jivabIe molitring erperienoe. 

In any driving crisis there is no mors vital safely factor 
than the Cadillao-La Saile Syocro-Meah SOentrShtfl Tiaas- 
tnisaioo. It permttt quiet, easy, inatantaneoua shifting of 
gean— at any speed—witboot paoiiog in neutral— and 
withoat tbe lUgfateat auggeatton of daahing. 



Tlie *r . nM great safety ffature U thr radni»o-I* SaUe 
Duplex-Mechanical System of Four-Wheel Brakea. No 
other ears have comparable braking proteetJoB for the 
reason thai no other rjirs hnvp brnkes so powerful. %rt posativn 
io action, to responsive to the slightest pedal pressara. 
For tbeie oan and ttet alons art eq ui pped widi lUi MV 
bimking tystSBk 

A. thini greet eleoeot of tafety reeU In tbs fast that aO 
window:^, doom and windshields nr^ eiinipped with Codillar- 
Lt SaUe Secority-Plato Glaia. This meani tbat the CadiUao 
or La Sella owner nay forerer dUasitt tttm hit mked all 
ooDom shoot biittg I^Jaiad by Ajteg glMt fragisf H. 

Make the oomparison yourself. Drive one of tboee oan 
sMklog to class itself with r.adillao-La Balls. Then dflvt 
a CadiUao or La SaUe. The cooclaaioa is Inttctpshls, 



CadiOoe ondthiumiM SaOt Umfr nr* fijttm tatioMiM mdi 
huiU moitU. FUehmnJ^itimd antf FU^iaood built. 



Mr. 



MMOt an Ms OmmI Jtfilvv D^mrti 

aat.inss 



CAOILLAC-LASAI 



CAPIUAC MOTOR CAR COMPANY OF CANADA, LmffED 

OSUAWA. ONTAKIO 

BLGG MOTOR C0„ LTD. 

mVmm 




THE DAILY COLOKIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNT) an 



PEERESS REPORTS 
NOOEST MONTH 



I IndtTldaa.! Thhrty-Dfty Pfrtwd 

111 Caaip»nj''ii Hlntory Oam 
en Kenord 



fteileu Motor Cur C(irpar»lR»ti husldPllv^o 
just oOBipteted thr bLfTKnt indlvld- J 
ntesUi In tiif history of th" ' 
oonpany both from the standpoints 
at sMpm''^vt.^ and rPtaU aftlM, ftC- 
OOrdinn '.<> infurraaitna ftWlTBd 
froiti fiii-Hrry i.ffiriHl'- 

DtinriK April ! 7IW I>f-lf".f rars 
vrrrr -hipprr! frorn Liir l^jfi (.if^vc 
land plant inirtv- tiirff more ttuu 
tn the bi£E«at previous inonlh ew 

rzpertanoMt by tha fwmiony Md 
38 per oent man 4Ihui In th* noord 
April up to this time. 

PnotlcftUy ftU of iheme can w«n 
direct tfiliwrnnu to daslen and dla- 
trMam, « few fotac to Pmt* 



\^.\ hu u>r> t r&nchc! whos* stocka 
'Ki.iV itri RTi-atiy rrd;..'-il 

b■.l.■sUle;.^ ' at th» iww INrr - 

irhn Htraight Ki^ftit modrb. uverae- 
ing (ijOM more per our tban tbe 
tov-prMd BIs-dt, OB wtaMh moat 
of thl* year'H Pcerieas bu«inr« ti»A 
b««n buUt up to this time 

Anotln-r hral'hv Mgn is the fact 
Ihat al ri'TJiii liv P'*prtPVi d^al- 

frs !ar p*freil<f1 i il . ii ci-fi'-v Irool 
the fariorv Miiir. I'Ch riMb 
arc >.nil un Kaiul 



.4s U> Jayualkvi s 

The difference between a prdiw- 
triin «Bd » JftjrwaJkar la ttUs: Whan 
ymtta vtfkHit wnoov ttMm tbcrVe 
i idwIilwiM; «lwo na*n drhrtag 
Ui«yt« Jfcywilfcffa.- M flto rt a n d . 

CLEAN WABK nOM 

■ m^tof of motor ear owners have 
found by axparlenee that chanclns 

aparfc pIuR^ annuH'iv IS 115 

wfiftM ^m 01 oU. and ihe> save tbetr 
oodft b iM nd ofl amd. 



GIVFii EXPERIENCE 
WITH 1924 MOTOR 



ondh^tid Purkard (oinplt'lr* 
Ui>.»«fl Maes Added U PrtTlMis 

•r v«M 



Appointed Marmon Dealers 



Smart De Soto Roadster 



AMk M. h. JoMa. Mteml SMch, 
fiR, wbat h« thtnka of the eoeiMmy 

and aatinfactinn tiuviiiR a K"^! 
uaad oar and ki'i pnu' >* !<'iiu i-nouRh 

if p!"l,iU:;'- V ".iil M'i;tlf l.hc 

hiMor. of lib 1924 Packard touruig 
oar «-hirh he bought mt ttian 

Wli. [ I r.' >ikIi' his rar it had 
bptn rill l.JW miitt Since then he 
hftA added more than 110,000 mlleti. 
Ounng tiic time he baa ownM thr 
car he has InataUcd two latA or pis 
I ton rlnge which, he ca^ 1a prm r, 

cal!'' a!! 'tn- '-rrUrf- cxp^Ti'.f hr hi.'i 
! I it 1 1 

ha^'' ■ ■ ' :i:in*^l iwlcf and ih" 
trnni r r.ik(> DV.iv . iaid Jones. "The 
I 111'' r, has nev«r been touche d, nor 
ti<u> uif- transmlsatott. the unlven^ 
Jointa, nor the dlfferentUL I had the 
right rear wheel off oaoa to Ixutall 
a v u-n washer. A one-pleoa wlnd- 
' uakea It look like a later 




Loaside aerodrana, Ttnato, while 
lha latanyMtoooTft Tbratto tonnlaal 
la St 



turtle a 

sznaahed. 



oonple of ttaMi 

The motortat gsA 



I fire times as pro- 



wiidttBttn 
trocn beneath the wreck and yeUed. | glaaa. and 



"Who la that behind us?" aaked i 
the motorist of the man taaalde him. I 

"Only a wooan ^O/m," mM tbe , 
man beside him. 

The nii'tnnst qulrklv turned the 
wheel iJii nght, 'he rar hit the 
ditch. Oopped mio the mud, tamad, 



"Thank heaven . .s^-aped " 
TINTED GLA!>b AU>S PLANTb 



lander 

Work on the new naval baae at 

. I- ftutod. 

IcOow glass than when under plain - - 

panea. So declare worken In a Aved nlnely-elght. ML*ie i>ni'..-'e 
greenhouse In Oenuany that hare I Tiirquand died m.enUy at K<-«dinic 
been experimenting ^rh the tinted Kngland within a fortnight of the 
•aeds planlod under the [ death of her aiater. at 101. 



Dt>aMoaa 



ME. JAMSa A. DWaMOM 




grade tha (omailon of carbon win 
be very rapid, as It takes a very 
d people ask me If tt In not hj^ij^^rade oil to stand the great 



r.' I I ar Whfli I dnvr ]):>■ fa' 
jii'i ><xi Eiitles I might think ui trad- 
it in on « Intor model Pa«kard 

Correct W a> to 

Remove Carbon i$ 
By Vie of Scraper 



ileal rju-ountered In a gasoUne en 
fine When an engine knocks on 
a lull w!iile Uw spark Is properly 
i{-lea.>etl there is too much carbon 
111 ilif (. > UiiiicT'-, »,'-r:. ii carboo must 
br rfiiHAtxi Mie only ccrrect w»y 
to remove the cutOlt tl to hftVB It 
•craped out. 



nv CASK or nas 



PacMMiHty PUMnk lagi 
Tn^day bf Miia' M. Ubml Tha iSLV^*^^^'^ *£• 
LamertOB waa hInb at M aacan Wtt Bto^ l ii H i tfaa lUt Oa ftoto 
Bapaaol Sport Kgaditor. 



J^B BOTO WW ab^ raimMatod b tba 



t'hp rarboii krKMk u-. du'- '.o » 
[lAr'lcif nl rarbon Ih'^iHHliiv; healed 
rjiillf t-^"i by tilt- buriimg ga-ses and 
■o i(,':ui!nj; the mixture before the 
•ipttrk crTties and the piston is In the ] cables 
proper position for the Ignition. \ These 

The formattoa of eavboo la gancml- 
ly due either to the mixture being 
too rich or to oil getting past the 
piston rings and coUaotlng on top 
of the plaUna. valve heads, etc. Ttw 
tottar may bt due to the rings leak- 
InS OC- to top. oil being in the 

crahkOMi. It we nil used ts low 



If a flre shmtld ooSttT In the wlr- 
in« -lyatwi It Is sometimes hard to 
local*' and the best twt Is to ini- 
mediiitelv disconnect one of the 
at the battery termUmU. 
fires are usually due to a 
dwrfc drotttt and by d l aeo nn eettng 
the eablt the ■ l a eUl o eorrent wUeh 
taodi iha Am 1« ah«t oft. 



SOUNOS SHREWD 
NUTEUEBUn 



A tire oew not only help to, pre- 
serve the spare tire but keeps It 

elean pending the neressary hand- 
ling to replace a flat tire 



If 



£ 



you wan 
all these..thet 



s 




one answer 




WaP- Kn an n ImI A 
Oa«m OaufHgi 
Iteely Aivian 



SecBe automobUe donlar or ante- 

aian has had the OKXVtuntty at 
least once, to teach aafe driving 
methods and good maTuiera to every 
bad driver on the road todair, In tha 
opimun Of Mr. Q. Masten, of the 
Masters' Motor OA. looal OWffiwWir 

denlPTs 

i: would reUlw the tot- 

porunu.' ul i!ol maktn? final de- 
Uvery of then k nr.', lit.t j: Lhc new 
owners had been Ldii^iiL to drive 
them correctly, every one oanoeracd 
would be greatly boneflted," Mr. 
Maatera polaied ouu "■aaldii giv. 
ing Instnictioa of proper **BBft)lng 
of the wheel, dealers could nito 
make tt a point to instruct the ngv* 
I6e in matters of road etlqualto. 
polltcne&» and crallic regulations. 

"In the older days of the automo- 
bile industry, an unportant funcUon 
of Uie automobile dealer or :ialc::man 
wai to give drlvinii ie.i.'mns lo pur- 
chasers or prospective , purchasers. 
Nov. however, I am aAwd that too 
many dealers neglect thla tnak and 
deliver new ouv without even In- 
quiring Into the buyon* drtvtog 
ability or knowledge of ^ead and 
traffic lawa. 

"To my way of thlnklog an untold 
number of accidmts would be elimi- 
nated if dealers would again adopt 
the strict policy of teaching correct 
driving. And many timos, moreover, 
the poor driver places the 'Jiim? for 
mIfliapK Or accidents on the mech- 
anLsni of his car when, in reality, 
the fault was In his own driving 
ability --or. more correctly, his drlv- 
iuii inability. Even the most per- 
fect piece of manhlnesy, of oourae, 
wUl not stand mljnise." 

EAST TO WEST AIR 
MAIL SERVICE MOOTED 

Windsor BrlleTr»>. W^krr Airport 
WU Bt- Hub r>f Tran^ron- 
tlncntal Uoale 



A big Cash dividend 

is now part of the regular equipment 

of every new Hupmobile ! 

•we«ptnc price reduction* on «ii modele, Sisee and Bic^ts 



Cash savings 
for you . up to 



noDucr or gineiul uotou 



HAT do you Want m a car? 



Performance! Road-masicr) ! Hill 
and vale alike taken in txiumphant 
stride! Flaihing pick-up that steps 
right out ahead of the liiwl Hour- 
after-hour ease of driving. And die 
comforting aenaation of complete 
confiiience* 

Sfnoothnenf Accurate balance of 
all routing parti. Silence ac all 
speeds. An engine that purrs its 
assurance! Big, neiseleas four-Tidieel 
brakes that neither dirt nor 
weather can- damage. 





OF CAMAOA* L.IMlTaO 



Beauty! Rare, original style! Smart, 
modi';}! lines of true F'ishcr Body 
authenticity! Individuality in ex- 
terior design and interior appoint- 
fnent. 

Luxury! Generous bodies! Deep, 
roomy seats. Rich upholsteries. 

Fxquisitc fitments and- those quality 
touches that mean so much* 



If you want atl these « . at moder- 
ate price . . there'i only one 
answer. You'll fipd it when you 
see and drive Oakland Six. 
^ympic Series. 




01 If rn pic Sujcs 



McRae 




983 YatMStiwt 



liuiorsy Lid. 



1683 



WINDeOR, oat.. May IC-Post- 
muter-Oeneral p. J. Veniots re- 
cent annottnoeaent to the House of 
OonuDons that air mail service will 
be established this year between 
Torontn and the Border Cities Is an 
indication that the Walker airport 
near here will become one of the 
most importnnt serial stations on 
the cnntinent It. will be the tnwis- 
fer juncture for all air mall en 
route (o the Wftstern States and 
Wi-s'prn Canada It ih believed here 
that the Walker airport will be the 
Sastera terminus of an Important 
American mall route, which would 
form a hnk between Windsor and 
Calgary via Winnipeg. 

Di.<ctrict aviation officials and en- 
Uu:.sla.st« see rulAlinent of their 
hope.s and a fit vurablc answer to 
their agitation Inr ttiLt service. 

The Pofit^la.^tf r-Oenera] made the 
definite declnr^iiion that Windsor 
would not be the t/rmlnus oi the 
roOto It Is tli'Tfl^rr brlirved 
American planeji will land at 
Walker Field for cooneotlon with 
Toronto flyers. A rapid tnnsfer oi 
mail would be made and the Amer- 
ican planes wlQ trsiufcr their mail 
at Winnipeg after dropptoff Chica- 
go and Mld-Woitem Btnteo buOI at 
Chicago. 

Expert enllmatcs an that tte mm 
oombination of routes will brtas 
Montreal and Calearx- within tweO* 
ty-four hours of each other for 
BBAfl eorrlot, god aleo for 
' work. 

Mr. Venlot'a announeenent waa 
to the effect that itopa wUI be made 
nt Importent points between Toronto 
and the Border Cltlea. but only at 
points where the munictpallUes have 
eetabtiahed landing fields. He made 
It pbUn that these facilities must be 
supplied by the l^^wns and cities 
thenuelveR. The Pn8r.ofnre Depari- 
Diont has no Intention of netting up 
Its own alrporta at rreai expetue. 

RamUUm and Lmdnn win there- 
fore probably ba the only two stops. 
TOey are the only oltlia whMi beve 
racogniaed ahpmla. Bonie othen 
have small private fields, but It ia 
ontikely that these wUl ba wad. 
BSentuallv the wr>-lre will extend 
thrniigh tn rjir Pnrlflr Coast, but the 
Pof>linA. ter-Crf-neral Raid that this 
would probably not be this year 

Annthrr onjecture made hy avia- 
tion ofTlrlnls was that mail fr>\|ii 

Toronto for Detroit would prot>abt> 
be imHiaded at the locnl aetd and 
tranaferrvd by meter ndtiaa the 
river. They Rotated out It would 
not be econreHHI fv tttoptoaoe to 
proceed to n Dolmit landing field, 
as an tbeoe to the vletolty of the 

Michigan metropolis are actually 

further fram the Detroit poetotac* 
than la Walker airport 

Mfennwhtie keen oompeLitinn is 
gotaf on for the ron tract which is 
to be let Two lines of aircraft are 
definitely in the running, the Na- 
ttonal Air nnaapart. beaded by 
Capi. M M. Hand. M.C. otf To- 
roDto. and international Airways of 
OUMdft, the preaident of which k 
itajor-Oeiaoml J. H. itoiiBllM. 
pradmnt e( the AvtottaB Xamo* tt 
Canada. 

Both companies have begun a 
dally service between here and To- 
mn'.o ranrTlns paasenjters and ei- 
prcss. The National is Hying Buhl 



360 



111 — 



Con^>olidated Motoi Co., Ltd. 



968 Yates Street 



PhQMSin 



6ood 

Q)iise(L 




-Roadster 
— ^Touring Gars 
— Sedans 
— Coupes 
— Limousines 

—Bugs 



of evaiT make tod 
HMHld, nt all pricaeg lor 
caah or on tenna 





There is an unlimited choiri- of 
good used cars for the a^nonioiMU* 
buyer in Tbe Daily Coloxmt Want 
Ads. 

Evtry week yooll find all dx leading 
makes of AntomoUba advertiacd in one 
claaajfifd calnmnai 



XC the ear you want la for 

conveniently cla!iaiflad in tlia ** 

aate" colunoa fli 



yon^l findlf 
'AutoottUlaa for 





THE DAILY COLONIST \ irTOKTA n.C SUNPAY> MAY 12. 1929 



PRISONERS RFiD 
TO OKEAT EXTENT 



t-aplfiTf HA hai i-It nff t^jtrtUng 
(cnvifta m i*fnlu-n!lAi if -, aurt n«xt 

■.f Hunib'TMit-' •■Mi'.Ki.ilB here. 
AIl«r BIX yc*rf. ol woik iti St. Vtn- 
ceot de Paul PcolUniiary. Owbae, 
aoa a pn-uid In Portmiouth Peal- 
mmxy. Mr. LftpUR* bM mj tai- 
tMUng tbbifi to Ml ■MC hia 
wort: In the ptisans. 

••»wy lunate ha« a library c»t»- 
lofue in hi« rcil. -aM r»-cenUy, 

"ftnd there nrr 8'K'O \oluirirs cl all 
klndA in i-lu- iiri.'.nr, Ubmrv chooftc 
from III .i;i<l.t;ori ■ii-- < io . frnriifiii 
aubftrribCA lo ab'JUl :4xiy inayai.ii'v-- 
PractnaJly all of the xntn avail 
liiema^lvr.t of the library piiuiige-s 
And crit the Uttlentva Ukc out 
picture magaitw notion li flKV* 
popniu MMl uw ttbnnr *• «>ue up 

Part of Mr. Laplerre't duties con- 
«M«d In vlBlUng the men ip liifir 
otUa AOd aaUng them what ihey 
wouki Uke to read, aii well aa ad- 
vWm Hum vtek booki to m1«ci. 



I owuld a mAti K nr* la priKm so that 
I be tMii better tall lliiwlliw «IMr he 
' teta out " 

The penitentiary srh^Kji Mr Ut- 
piPirr puplaliit-d l.^ I '>ii(l'Ji '''(l II' liie 

I (fiisor. 'x.Piil fur illlUriaie*, but 

man> of the ooovleta undalnk* 
various kinds of vduntarjr rtu d lM 
iMt y«ur tifht wroU the high 
•elMfli Mtnnce examUwtlon and 
pMMC, €M wi'h hanora. In the 
10«W MlkOOl extitnlnatlona lU WTOK 

and thr«f pa.v>fd m nve subjecu. 
VtoUe aevrral .w>t. the middle and 

uppOT lonooi ( A»ii.!iiftrt«'n.- wj::. > 

iiiMwira'ili rim ' 
Mr. Iftplerrr .viUl hv i.iiaLile 
tfiliftYi all the ronvkCd. but rr- 
QHlTCg IHiAtance from some educat- 
•AMAWneiit tiM prlioam. one ol 
mun «M n MlioOl tMMr. He 
•aid b* lud nmr ted any trouble 
vith dtaetpMM. but lb«re werv al- 
ways thTM or four ffuard.s prcrfUIUi^ 
orcr tlie aaiool 

Mr. Laplerrf ••■vrv.r^ i^ti' Muni.- 
rpal He H'a* ;:•■■! M-nn St, 

Vlnrcnt de Paul Vrur < v,:\.m-. iu ilie 
itiiiltu'.ion at Pon-sTi.'i-i'ii af'.rr >u 
ypars *pr\lcf- H*- Kri»(lu»Lfd Irorn 
Qiirrn UniTtr-lly in 1927, and this 
year will obtain bis high school 
toacher^ eartlfleatt at tte QnUrlo 
CcOece of EducatKm. 



Camera Logs Long Flight Into Sub-Arctic 



When a clergyman in London re- 
cently refused to rlirl-sten a child 
■'June* becau-se lie t.atd i'. was a 
pagan name, the Infant waa named 
CjMii'* taMtaad. 





Kinr''niiK m u dip''"''* Uuoi m Iflch- 

lucai iichool following a oourae on 
the automobile, lor in s tanrw , are 
dflOntta ndiitary ignUniiaHnii^ ao- 
oandli« to lha OaDanl. a fc a lh ii r or 

not the UuttvMual tm n o n a rtfln a ly 
prepared htnaeU f«r mUJtary aarr- 
IM. OOena' «r»tatav acMb and 
cadet oorpa wafft maiM— of ttUa 

oo-operalloo. 

Id view of the importance o( arl- 
atlon and radio in war, alnc* they 
havr onlv been partially developed 

in rivil utp. £*pp»rimrm. ol Na- 
tional IXni'*- ha.1 Uilifn a special 
Inl^rrol In iJi*" 'Utnuliirion of their 

At pre.sfnt and apart rnxn the 
irvhnli-ttl air training of pilot*. Ihf 
work ol Uie R-CAJ. Ul Summer Is 

'>vot«d alnwat exeluatvaly to oivU 
nperatloiia wblcAi ar« of oonstmc- 
tiTe bonaflt to the community. Thus 
the oftei a we r e thrown intA con- 
tact with everydav proi>lem5 of the 
country and mr r.^ivtyatlon. A 
vhf mf of ro-opf ruMr.ii with tech- 
' nlrnl " ho"!^ .md un: vpr^irif^ In 
training au* mechanicc was now in 
; openaoB^ 

¥iour ExporU Fall 

Jiipanc-M' fli-ur nillluig roinpajU« 
an- f-f-hiiH rotiJ^iderable concern 
over itii (i-NTt-ftT m the exports of 
whtut tiour uiat. has taken place 
during the nrst part oC ttM jii aaiiiil 
year, as comparad irtth tha aaioa 

panod Avtttm m mimJHmA. 



■:: Trade Oocnmlfl- 
UuiiLi ■..< , ui UiC IddbOSBUOft 

itme of The Ooaamardai InttiU- 
ganee Journal. R yns pradleted 
thai the year IMS would see over 
lOJIOOjOOO forty-nlnfr-pound aacki 
aoU abroad, but export* '> f:\r thts 

Jtm have been disrom »: uiul 
Cbe trend In exportation is do*n- 
Vmrd VanouB explanatloa** are of- 
fered lor thl* decline < 1 ' The anU- 
Japanese boycott whirh .still con- 
Unue<^: '3' 'h«* dmp in bar silver, 
whim lA ^aul U) tiHvp run: raclcd <4ia 
purrhaAing jkmiht of tjie Ohlnaaa 
merchanu; and (» laifa *»k8 
hcM tn ^ rt b ttWn r centraa mat** aa 
Ttentain and Dalren aa a reault nf 
oflwlmportation pr«noua to 
ChinoM Kew Year. Japan's expo^t^ 
of flour In itss toteUad e406j80 
fortv-nlne-pound sacks valu*sl ai 
$1] 369.160 a-s analn-H :t,47nf>4: .i h-^. 
valued at »6,;>;»8J3C). shipped 
duriPB i«'J7 I'he RTTat bulk of th'-.*.*- 
exporui went to China and t^<< 
KwaB MiDr T antkaj F. 

TO 8AI.VB mmm m gold 

Aa afetanpt vOt ba made to aalve 
the •S^jOOO in bOlUon sunk ofT 
Brart. prance, in the unrr Ervpt 
dttrtng the world war An ludian 
eampany which salved thr iipiKian 
SfiMUnshlp Kllxabeth. abu a war vic- 
Um. wUI have charge The la«6t 
crrmaji duing outfit, which anab tei 
dl*er» to work for several hours at 
300 fatbo na, wlU be used. 

-Did vou manage to give tba oop 
the ahp7- 
"Ho, he gave rue one " 



Boiai (laiaivlaviBS Applicant) : -You ondaritaiw! double entiy?" 

Appticaatt "Satfiar, Sir. In my last place ther had triple entry— 
one booh for the boai^ one lorlba abareholden and one for the Income 
Tax Dapartmant" 



^H^j^ww exporters should exer- 
dia graat eaotlon In malting busi- 
ness oootaeta arttb unknowa DhUan 
nnns. wrttea H. R. P«uaatl«. Oan^ 

dian Tradr C- r ■ '•r at Oat* 

putta. in the (r.ri... i ji.i.ug iMie of 
The Commercial InteUlgenoe Jour- 
nal, particularly tn the Interior of 
tndla. and In no case should goods 
be shipped wtthout a nuh rmilt- 
lance for payment In full, or ^ 
[wrt from a recognised bai. 
thp offlre of the Canadian iruur 
CtfTMni.wioner An error that should 
be avoided Is that of awarding ter- 
riior\ In ftsent y iirmii who cannot 
cover It cflecuvely. India la a wy 
large country, split up into portiooa 
that differ greatly from one another 
and batwaen whhdi there la nnau 
latertfiange of bwtnaaa. 

At least .'jO.OOO.ftOO pawwniter^ a 
year many br handled at the newly 
rebuilt. Charinct Croas Station Of tiM 
London subway. 




AN airplane tHcht of 7.500 miles Into the Far North of Canada has 
just been completed by Colonel C. D. H. MacAlpine, president o( 
Dominion Explorers. Ltd.. and parry, who left 0«iw» lour we«kB ago 
and penetrated to Chesterfield Inlet and Baker L*ke, returmnR via The 
Pas and Winnipeg. Layout shows: l. Ed Momson. Fox Nrws camera- 
man, who left the bright lights to see the Northern Lights and bring 
back a motion picture record ol the trip: 2. J C- Rogers, who was 
chief geologist ol the expedition; 3. Nonnsn Pearce. of The Northern 
Miner who iiccompanied Colonel MacAlpine on most of the trip; 4, an 
EiWroo woman and child (the child is naked under the fur robe which 
the mother holds around it) : No S abowa two of tha baUaa of Baker 
Lake, in the snb»Arccic; 6. « landmg on the aaowdrifta on a lake in the 
temn HandA «bMrtaa tba femtnt-Wrt drifta on wbkta the airplane 
baft ttf ea«a down. 



of what 




S 



about 




'mo 





CANADA'S LOWEST-PRICED 
FULL-SIZE CAK 



FULL 




SIZE 



AVhin people dificuM Ply mouth, quality 
u the keynote of their convemtioD. 

They uy moot complitnenCary things 
about ica Chfyrier amanneMi Its chtrni, its 

llcndcr-profilc radiatnr, itR praceftil "air- 
winj;" fenders, its arched windows, its 
chromium-plate bowl-type lamps. 

They comment highly on Plymouth's 
ftiU'MM dimensions, its richne^ snd «p»» 
ciouiness, its wide, deep mts, its 
exceptional leg-room. 






After all, it ir only natural that people 

should talk more about Plvmouth*» fine 




Th t P l y w wlh f w iw lact of Chryiter 
ng^MCring and craftsmsDihip — bsf 
ban aa Hpwd becaaec iti aadartacc 
sad itrenith, nugrilinn sad ftaada i fraa 

Hmltuvifn iffiinTelv 'vfify '>i«t beinl of 
Bmwh people wko braved tk« Aiisaiic three 

7Mai9al>P«*«f>t»U| 



They refer glowingly to the powerful 

peifo firiancc of Plymouth's 4 ; h. p. rn- _ _ 

gincof Chryslcr"Silvcr-nomc' principic f^ualitics than they do about its low price 

«-its speed, its pick-up, its ability on hills, _for the Chrysler-built Plymottth is» first 

Itt smoothness, its qoietncss. ' a— *fl:— * 15— 

They speak of Ptymoiuh's safety— of its 



and last, a motor csr of iairiink: qusU^ 
and value. ^ ^ « 



fuli-sizt Chrysler weatherproof intcmal- 
rxpandin^ 4-whccl hydrmilic brakes, 
its rugged Juii-si^ cha.s&is, 
springs and axles. They praise 
Plymouth's amazing economy 
in fosi, oQ and upke^. 




Cou^i S^-^^: /?W/f*r fwith ntmbU HMt)^ 
$850; ^-Dwr SedoM^ $860; T»yring, $Sjo; 

De f-uxe Cmpi fwitk fwohU n^t) . 

^-Deer Sedan, $Fgo. .Ill 
prues f. a. H 'nuUtr^ Outon*, m~ 
cIuMog smdm4fmtmj tpafumt 
(frmgkt mad iamt mtm)% ass 



toss YATBS 
ETBBSr 



THUS. PLlMLluY. Ltd. 

CHRYSLBie SALBS AND SSRVXCS 



raom 
us 



STAFF mm 

SAYS MIUIIA 



Major -General A. G. L Mc- 
Naughlon Tells Audience 
Cgnwks P o si tion Esca pes 
Large Permanent Anny 

EXPLAISS BASIS 
FOR INTERVENTION 



Cltixen militia as the proper typr 
of land defence force for Canada 
ma advocated by Major-Oeneral A. 
O. L. liBHIauffhton. Chlat of Oen- 
atal ttaff and formerly of thla mUl- 
tary dlatrtet. In an addroaa bafcre 
tba Knptre Olub at lu last lunottaon 
of tba aaaaon at ttia Ktna adwnrd 
Hotel. Toronto. 

Altbougb Canadian oilllUa has 
aupportad aueb agraamants as the 
KadoCT t^ MaJor-Oeneral 

pointad out that in the last analysis 
tbe sanctions of the Leagur of Na- 
tions were dependable on thr idn-r 
at the dliipORal of lU nirnit>rr,o 
There were questions touchityi 'Jip 
fundamentals of national life on 
which great naUoos would not ac- 
cept the award of an outsider. He 
raitliar declared tlwe wan Impor 
tant naUOns ontakto the Zjeague 
and powerful forces which were not 
auacepUble to control by any organ - 
laation either national or intema- 

Consideration of the favorable 
geographical position of Canada and 
her abundant natural reeourcas. he 
AAid. ronibinr to assure her cttl- 
Kcnfi that ihry ^Jiall be free of small 
war-t and thai Canadian^ inlRht ex- 
pect a considerable penod of notice 
of any ma>ar danaata Ibat may 
loom up. 

"Tberafore," be oootlanad, "wbat 
Oasada needs is not a force of any 
kind Immediately ready, but the 
nucleus of a laige force around 
whlrli the defence raaouroas of tbe 
nation can ba dcvalopad In 
Kency," • 

KXPEDmONAftY FORCE 

"Thr dL«patrh of an rxprdltlon In 
support of otjier nifnibers of tli*' 
Bri'lsh rommonwealtli or the League 
of Nations, if that were dectd<»d 
upon, <i4ri readily tn' .-lolved a,^ and 
Wh''!t Ih^-y iirl-f t',;n;iila h.v- no 
need ol a large prufn-nunal army, 
the only profefution:.] riejnents re- 
quired are a cadre of instructors, 
suffloienl troops for Um malntananoe 
aad tiBlnlnt of this eadra and for 
administrative dutlea tn peace. 

"For our war organlaatton. com* 
manders. staffs and troopa. we must 
look to our cltlsen force, the non- 
perm axicm artlvr BUppla- 
men ted to u 'ertAin osMI tattl ttW 
permanfnt furrr ■ 

Noii-[X-nnnri''i',: nri ive mllltla as 
presenUy organizer! in Canada, the 
Uajor-Oeneral RtAted had a peace 
establlahment of 1.16.000 and an 
actual strength of 51.000. of whir 
about 34.000 were trained during 
tbe paat yaair. Xn ganml, tba 
tralnloff oanaMa of twelve d^ at 
camp or at local headquarters. Since 
tint war attention had been oooeen 
trated on developing the pKnanon 
(oroe as an in<itrurtionai oorpa. To 
day a partnanent force otBeer la rr 
quired to potf tJir raw rxamlna ■ 
t4ons an officer .^f •-'■rri«'*p<'n(ltnB 

rank in mic nn':-!, ..m-v 

SIZK IS LNIMPiiRT^VT 
Cognisance must h<- '.ir'i; by the 
non-permanent artivr miUiia of ttte 
tremendouf development in the 
methods and appartuut of war 
which hmn been continued overseas 
by every leading power in Uir world, 
'^n their repercussion on the civil 
11/e of a country at war these devel- 
opmenU will require vast stores of 
■uultiona ol spadal type.. Apart 
(ram tbe morate of ttW pMpla which 
the an li— itial laotnr. the 

meamire of a countrr'a military 
strength today L-. nelth'-r the H/r 
at Its nUnrtlng armv nor the numt>er 
of iralnrd rewrvr^ but It* farilitJe» 

for IndD^tr-^il mntoUl/atJf n, thr 

"TliP «mii'"fi ill ih'' fjrid in th' 

future pmbataly wUI be much smaller 
Uian tboae at ibm past," be mid 
-nw ebufe Uaa m tba muab laivcr 
ilwiaiali for *tT'"~***"r tMlnad per- 
Konnel. Rurveyara. chamlata. tidlo 
operalnr^ '-tr . and tn the abnoat 
eqiiallv important, njpply of their 
comphrat^rt spparaHw " 

In Canada in hui opinion, tivr 
ijiiertlnn vaji rmr of adaption rather 
than creaUoD. since, ^xrft )n the 
flalda a( avIallH and radir* th^ 
l» elva IHi In Canada mora 




The New 
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Now the 

All-British 
Tire 

That Made Pneumatic Tires 
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824 Johnaon Street 

Machanical Motor 
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1505 Quadra atffvet 

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438 Kiogaton Strptt 

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THE DAILY COLOKTST, VICTORIA, r. C si XDAV. MAY 12, 1929 



4 



A Lotuion Letter 



Guests of Loni Bynp at nmn'-r In-lu'lc WniKrr* ..| tlir 
Suffi "Who Semd Under Hun During ihc \ car* 1 \c Was 
Govemor-Graoml aS CumU— QtMen • Iiiter«t n N«wfle- 

worfc Aids Much in Revival of Art 
. ByELXZABKTH MONTIZAMBERT 



Discuss Fire Prospects 




Al one o1 (he btuiiuI dinner!* 
rhe Roy»l Lliemry t:iociPiv vk-.-.x-u 
VUcount ByiiK ot Vlmy wan Ui thc 
chalr. nni* ot the dlrtJnguUhcd 
spnkera uui that In tba yean to 
com It would bt a sutUw el pride 
to aa Uun praMDk to bs iM* to <ar 
iiml they had Men and «pc*en with 
"Byac of Vlmy." 

This vcrk lhr*ame UiotiRht wm In 
the mind:? ot the yuwU invlu-d by 
! rd and Lady Byng to din** with 
I, . 111 Oil ihc evening of Apni 9 I 
,! > not. know If the date waa choaen 
bv iirrifjrnt or dedcn but the Biiestc*rew yeam 
mriud»*d all but two, pnpven lad b y 
Rtwence. of the atall wtu Mmd 
Lord Byng during tbe five yean he 
«»■ Oonnwr-Oeneral oC Canada. 
Tbey had an eerved throuch the 
var and whan toward the cod of the 
dUmer then was a sudden silence 
and thr guesU turned to drink their 
s health, the mind went back 
In !hiit Eajster Monday In April. 1017. 
■J. ii. ri ' ho cijjmlnjition of I>ir.l 
i', -1/ brilliantly preconk-prlcd plsiu 
■'.1 In the rapturr of VUny 
!;:.: >' by the four dlvuions of the 
cnnadian Corps and the 13th Brig- 
ade ol the Sth British DMrion. 
That rp Ti**1*^ has not forgotten what 
she owea to the greet general who 
lad Canadlsns t<> virtory twtire 
ywn ago wu KhoAn tiy the ttie- 
granu received by Lord Byng from 
his Oversea* friends, in memory ot 
the taking of Vlmy Rld^e. As one 
of them expre.tscd U: April 9 wlU 
always be "Byng of VUny's day." 

ABT or nwmxmam 



r>i 'thf worker's name, adorned one of 
I n.- <nu pmmM raona la IM 9^- 
iUu\ L-aiktle. 

Her M«)esty Is tbe patronen of 
the Bmbroldererr Oulld. founded 
before the war. which will hold an 
sxhlMUon next March st the Bond 
Street Walker OaUerles. The work 
ot the mem ben of this very pron- 
peroua guild on such a high levol 
that only modi*rn work will be 
jihown Therf ha^ brm n trrmcnd- 
nus rrvlvaJ of inti rt-l lii rmhroldrry 
Sradually taking pUcr m tin- lait 
fiorirly wunien lire cp- 
capturing the habit ot uAlng thrlr 

needlee. and many of them are msk- 
tng esqnliUe ouehlom and cover- 
leu In the same Sllxabethan quUt- 
tng ctttched by their anoeslon. 

People with \fM leisure are also 
taking up their n^edlu under the 
cunning guidance of the manufar- 
turefs who have dlscoveri*d thflt ihe 
prevalence of ready-mad^ ' idthing 
rl<>rs not Increase the .-ialr at ihPlr 
materials. The ehnv* nf lending 
themselTcs to this c i ' : ' i by sell- 
ing patterm of and o:i( tulk to cut 
out pretty frocks, so that the buyers 
of materials will know how to make 
them up. Various titled ladles have 
been Induced, for a eonslderaUoii, to 
lend tbeh- names to artlelea whloh 
appear from time to time in the 
press, telling dweOen in suborfala 
how to D.se thrlr needlee m flOBWOet- 
tng pretty (rocks. 

mrau taomifo DUPtAr 




APRIL 
SALES PROVE 
RECORD ONES 



Makf I s o 
Rt'j )orl 

liverics 



I K Cars 
oiith's De- 



I wenly-Fivc Per 



Ccnl Over Production 



a? e. T WATBOM 



R. Charles WOkfaison. British Colambb manegar of the C an a dton 
Forestry Aaeodadon. and Mr. B. B. 8liearmia. DomUoo 
meteorologist, discussing the protpect of a hasardoue^^ eetson. 

indicsted by the low precipitation during the pest winter. 



M 



The queen'5 Interest In the art of 
needlework Is well known. It was 
she who suggested to various friends 
that they diould embroider the 
tapestry for a chair In Hotyrood. 
and carefully lupervlsed the pro- 
greif: of each worker till the feat 
was sccompUshed and twelve besu- 
tiful chiiurs, I believe marked with 



The Prince of Whleg' advlee about 
co-operation did not fall on deaf 
ears. I have Just visited the 
premises of Uescn. John Barker, 
in Kenihiftoo High Street, where 
Mr. SeUwood showed me the extn- 
ordinarily attnoClve display of 
Canadisn foodskufEs which Oils their 
entire grocery, fl.sh and meat de- 
partment (or thLt week. A Cana- 
dian display of this proportion has 




Mother — Run over to tlie shop and get 
Oirl— Not aai I doa*t ivtM people Mr hnoir my mother 

fashioned. 



Vaarins Bbn*. Landna. 

a packet o' hairpins. 

is eo oM- 



not bern ^een in any Bingle London 
ihop. and It Is provlnft an Immense 
tucrr!^. The brightly colored re- 
oeptaclos nf the various products 
are arTagtHl In a very pleaasnt way, 
snd gay garlands of rad. white and 
blue, punctuated with Canadian 
niaple leaves, and the Os n ad l a n 
eoei-<of-arms, atbaet the attention 
of every customer, who has been 
tempted to enter by tbe delectable 
dtqilay in a large range of windows. 
The Inltlatlvs Uken by this great 
London mert-hant li of very real 
value to Canada No troublr ha:i 
been .-ipared !o makr Canada Week 
a ■ur <-.-.-.: ,vn{i thf crowds Of SSLger 

customerK round tJie dcrooostralers. 
and tbe pretty Miss Canada afferlng 
favoni. showed how acceptable to the 
public was this whole-hearted co- 
operation ot a Ug departmental 
Shop m furthering the devtiopment 
of an .biisr-Bnetoe Jnda, _ 
TKLSVniON 
1'he wont of meeting etfebrlUes 
unexpectedly Is the subeeQUent ra- 
gret that one has not remembered 
to ask them all sorts of qQe8tioi>& 
one longs to have answered. As I 
watched an Interesting demonstra- 
tion of television this afternoon. 1 
'wondered If Bernard Shaw had be- 
lieved In the praclk-al devrlopment 
of the tt-leviftlon introdured In hi;i 
•.i^A p,ay, "Back \o Melhasul^h" 
;,oiiif vc'uri before Mr. Balrd devel- 
oped the utonlshtng inventton on 
the market today. 

The demonstration was t hrillin g, 
even for the technically ignonnt. 
In one room was the broadcasting 
Instrument Tbe subject to be 
hroartneifiHl faoee a very bright light 
and a revolving dbc on which there 
an thbrty points of light it this 
disc Is set rotating the U^^ht .sc ans 
the various Ughti; and shades on the 
subject's (ace and la then trans- 
formed Into electrical Impulse*, the 
procefis being rcverited at the re- 
celvlnc end. The result Is a per- 
fectly recognisable picture of the 
subject in movement or repoee. The 
pieture appean on the screen simul- 
taneously, the movement of the lips 
synchronising with the sound of 
the voice. The picture would flash 
round the world and ba«:k In the 
seventh part of a aecond, 

Kven though flylnK, the film, and 
wireless have accustnm*"tl ihe public 
to what Ih raar^eloij* the dLvovery 
Of this gifted Boot belne hailed u 
epoch-making. Mr. Baird is the Ron 
of a minister of the West Parish 
Church at Helensbtng, and studied 
at Olawow UBtranlty. Be has 
given up the last five yean of his 



MA 




400 



$1345 



DELIVEmED, 




2K>mnrC MORZ 



IwinJgiiitioii 




orii 



22%MORE 
POWER 



Smiles more 

PER HOUR IN SPEED 



2 EXTRA MUES 
GALLON oTgASOLINE 



Lower, DelwereJ, Completely Eqtdpped Hrkes 



THE Nash Motors Company em- 
ploys one of the greateni enftineer- 
ing organixatioos io cbe aotofnobilc 
inaustry. This is evidenced by the 
advanced dMigo (bawl \m Kb* Nuh 
'■dOO^tcriAa. 

The N«,<h "400" T"* in If^nitioQ motor 
produces 11% more horsepo wer , 5 
miles per h<~Mir more speed, sod 3 
«xtn miles for every caUoo of fetfr- 
liae, as cootraecad lo om seme gMtor 
with single i|tnfiion. 

This greet feature and manv others 
■ re *TaiIib!c in yo« ai delivered, fulty 
cf^uipped prices substantially lower 
than you would pay for other can «f 
the same or lower bctory price. 

Thii ig tnM b«caaM NMb jmctmry- 



ffmtpi each "400" model with the very 
htiCM equipmcol purcbaMd at low 

factory-volume prices. 

All Nash "4O0" Special and Advanced 
Six models are equipped mkb Bikir 
cencralized cbaatis lubrication which 
gtomatically aad •cicati6caUy lobri- 
cues all vi^ chaiaig poiott with a 
■Ingle depreegion of ft mot pedal. 

In additum, boapers, hydraulic shock 
abeorbcta* apace lice lock axid tire 
coear com* wkh each NaA *'400", 
without excn coil 

Doo'K chink of bvviag any cac today 
oatil yoo check Itg drifvered, AsUy 
equipped price sgainet tbe Nash "400* 
delivMod, hltf equipped price. 



DAttni FwBg E^iipptd Ptkm Rtm «i fB NoA ''400'' JVetfeb. $f340 Ii, $3060 

BEGG MOTOR CO, LTD. 



•SO Tatea Straat 



life to rwirarch wortt \n prrffvt.in(: 
hlfl irlrvl.wr iind ir. nr.*- fiium' fo 
reap the imiUi of his labor Hr has 
taken out seventy patents to protect 
hia onamerclal rights and owns the 
gmrtrOlHng number of ehaxas In the 
BaM Ttterlsloo OorporatlOB ot Mew 
York. The BS.G., after a certain 
amount of regrettable Indeclsloti 
that seems Inevitable in this country 
where the work of foreigners \s not 
concerned, has flnaJly decided to 
i-ncoiiriiBC tfllevl.'ilon and It Will be 
brr.adcajit to the general public in 
July 

The television InjtrumenK are 
surprlalngiy cheap The finsall scu 
to be used In connection wi!h al- 
ready existing wirelesii and loud 
speakers only costs £13. while the 
entire appamtus complete with two 
wireless sets coeU ISO. Lord Angus 
Kennedy. ¥bo Is vloe-prealdent of 
tbe Television Society, pointed out 
some ot the practical advantages of 
this wonderful discovery, which will 
enable stock exchangr quotation-^ lo 
be known in London quickly a.'s In 
New Tork, and will obviate the poK- 
slbility of error through laittly wire- 
less transniLtslon. 

, Ttip IJiiird !^ysu-n\ i:- admittedly in 
adviuitc ol miy other known system 
and now that the British Cmvem- 
iiieiii ho.^ placed the hall mark of 
approval on tills British Invention, 
there u nothing to prevent an im- 
mense kapetui to thla new, wealth- 
creattng industry. 

EMPIRE PRES.** rONFEBENCE 
Tlie Kmptre I'rev". I'liion K iwjing 
a monthly news li'f*T wiih il.r ob- 
ject of keeping the uicxutxrs m- 
formed of the amngements for the 
fourth Imperial Prem OauXerence 
that is to be tudd |p Ltaidon next 
year. Seventy-one Imllatkins have 
already been dtstdbuted In Canada. 
AustraUa. New Zealand. South Af- 
rica, India, and the Brlttsh West In- 
dlcfs, i-lit' uUiiT twpnty-nlne (irr to tn- 
given iL) nienitiera of the Newfound- 
land. Irish Pree State and Crown 
Colonies pref.,-5 ArnmRement-. h.ive 
beeii ninde lo reserve nrconinio<l;i- 
tlon for the \ LiiCors In Uie new 
Grosvenor House Hotel that will be 
completed this month so that they 
can avail themselves ot the ameni- 
ties of the Zntematkmal flporte- 
men's Club and the Park I«aa Ie« 
Club, which wm be features ot the 
new hotel. 



CANADIAN AKCBIVES IN PARIS 
The Hotel de la Soclete de Oeo- 
graphic, which celebrated its cen- 
tenary eight yean ego in Parts. 
housing this month an mieresting 
exhibition sponsored by the neneh 
Oovemment The coUectlon oC his- 
torical documents shown include 
two thoussnd documents, medals 
snd etchings from Canada desling 
with her history under French re- 
gime. M. Qabrlei Banotaux is the 
chairman of the exhibition which is 
certain lo attract many vlelton to 
the old hotel at XM Boulevard 6t. 
Germain. 

CAUSB8 roB mmMM 

The announcement that the ex- 
cavations of ihr Honian vUla dl^ 
covered ihrouKh lIk- planting of so 
apple tree bv a Vnrkfhirc Iiimnr. 
had been conducted under tJip ex- 
pert guidance of Miss D Liddfll, rf- 
mlnds one of the many curiou.^ ca- 
reen now adopted by women who 
an ttiming their attention io all 
eoru of ooeupatk»s not tunaUy eoo- 
ridered feminine A woman teltt- 
layer has been heard ol hi Besex, 
and this feminine rival of the Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer Is said to 
lay bricks with ama^ng nptdi^. I 
count among my arqualnt«nce)> a 
woman who sells building mntenal 
to builders, a turner whose Rklll Is 
so marvelous that hrr work wa.i once 
suspected by experts of being done 
1^ a latlie till ktie confounded them 
trr ocular proof ot her dexterity; a 
tea taster wtko earns a .very big 
salary, and a tannv, who Is^ I be- 
lieve the only follower of her sralt 
lo Bnglaod. 

THE LONDON THEATRE 
A Canadian vtslior told me this 
week that he thought there were an 
unusual number of good plays to be 
Bfleo In Loodoo this Spring In eom- 
parlgoai wtth laet year. Tom WaUt 
aad Balph 141m an stm making 
people laugh at the AMwycb during 
tbe iocradibly long run ot "Plun- 
dW.* "Journey s End" atUl draws 
fkeehialed and deeply mcn-ed audl- 
encea to London's greatest play, and 
*Verkdey Square" and "The Lady 
With the Lamp' are cunong th** big 
■UBCemiii Neither Sir Gerald du 
tfaurler nor niady& Cooper an very 
wen served with playx, but "The 
Bacred Flame" at least glVga Olan 
Samea % chance to show what an 
eM w eiW Iy una aetreaa aha la I 
hear that Mr. Ooctfunaa*! Da« revue 
la quite up to hlB usual fom ami 
that IMiby Howe Is winding aay 
amount of laurels in "Mr. Onden," 
an amtiitng musical show. 

With the Season tn f.he ofTing, In 
spite of thr wUi; ry wA'hfr. the 
u5ual number of gala matin*^ far 
charity or benefit perfnrmancr* are 
announced. One of the must inter- 
esting will be thr pfrfnrmance ai 
the Palace on May 33 in aid of the 
BUen T^rry MeaaeclaL The Gate 
Thaatn Campaay will give a Qoe- 
aet play to mcaaa OUalU, ea all* 
iaotadtng 01a4ya Ooapv. 
Noble. Owen PfnngeeB 
Oaftae, Jean Forbes Robertson, snd 
•ilMc laa#nt.artlaM^ vin 0M 



written Kxcluil*«lT tor Th- CaiMM SaJ 

Th» North AMwrk*n McvspftMr Aiuaaee. 
oawnau. ins wr um Nerui a at w ltsii 
Wis^asar ABlaMa 

D&TBOrr. May II.— Among man- 
ufactufwa of motor cars— not for 
tbe United Btatee and other Aig- 
llsh-q^eaklng countries alooe. but 
for the enttn warW— a prospect re- 
quiring yean to build up has Just 
been bmuftht out In bold relict by a 
vmrlety of tiappcMlngs. 

lyadera of the industry nrRani^.-d 
as a delegation under the r^uij '^Jiil 
Automobile Chamber ot ConiuuTLe 
roii-suUed President Hoovnr and 
meinl)eni of libi cabinet on the for- 
eign trade ouiUxjk ua ii yreiimJnary 
to grcat^-T expan&lon iliis year than 
ever before. 

Hie automobile builders were 
bewled by Roy D. Chapln, preUdent 
of the board of dlreoton of tba Hud- 
son Ooniiaay. and farmer p ie rt d en t 
of tbe Nattaoal AotomoMla Cham- 
ber. 

The conf eranee waa on fotetgn re- 
strictions against the automobile 
trade abroad, and 11. al.'^o considered 
a federal tramportation board to 
study co-ordinatlon cT airways, rail- 
ways, waterways and highways. 

Referring to ihr future of foreign 
trade. Mr chapin said the demand 
for auLooiobiles was world-wide. 
Brerywhere the automobile haa been 
noognlaad as naceamry to tcana* 



portallon. Bnd when l' Is rraltzed 
thai ^l^ Sfl i)Im> HU p»T tclll r.t lt\f 
inr^ now I!: ■..■ru.f arr lut.ninK out 
:Hh- U.I- I'luied Stales, sume con- 
initv ba fsvaaad e( tMiat the 

I Mil sTRV IN EIROPE 

.V. .liiiiLiii'i- fvirtenu"- o; thts toun- 
Im -, ui'Ti "In- .:. K'.:i'i'* ■■ 

;iu'oini'-niU' itji!'! trj. a group ul 

I I'-nu.iir- i'.i-'t<t.iu>d With autDoaobUe 
(it^nui4i'iunttti tuu visited Detiolt In 
the last tew daya and Inspenterl the 
Pord. Oeoeral Motors. Ohryder and 
other iriuBta. The ob>ac( ot tba 
Oarmane waa to learn at Bnt hand 
the esper*.ence of ft n pHfn bi motor 
car taxation and With thla knowl- 
edge to frame a pcogmnme by 
which Oermany wOl avoid mtetakes 
made here. « 

I he V ifil ting group. reprsAentlng 
maker*. dr:ilrrs. fuel produier:- 
hlKhw&y buiKici i liiid lire iiur .' i 
lurrr.-^. wiu houded by Herr K^u.r- 
mann. former generaT dbector of 
the Public AutolMis Amoelattoo of 
Berlin. It oanilited at twelve per- 



lloiiorcd ul yclifff 
(>inituenceiu<*nt 



At the eanke time Dr. Prttx Opel, 
ohfaf mg^n*^ of the Adam Pel 
Company, aerman plant recently 
acquired for General Motors' use 
In Oermany, has bef-n tlie gue«t of 
Oeneral Motors h»Ti\ visiting the 
various plants and getliiu.' an In- 
sight into American manufat lurinu 
methods which he will put inxi 
;iroctlrt- ft.'s iJii' executive hrarl xf 
the Licrman plant now undcrgoiiis 
expansion. 

This woek, also, then haa been a 
delegation hen from Italy consist- 
ing of olficials of the Flat Company, 
Tbe Flat people are keeping secret 
their plans with regard to any pos- 
sible American afmiatlon. 

VS. EZFOB.T TKADB 

A auramaiy of tha deT alcpm ent 
of the export trade nay be egnveyed 
in the statement that American 
shipments of automobiles snd kin- 
dred produeU In the last sU years 
have inenaaad fatnr bnndred per 
cent 

Liusl year the total wa.s ♦532,0'/',- 
P74. o gain of twenty-nine per cent 
ovrr 1927 The number of cars In- 
volved Ul tius international trade, 
of which the United 8Utm waa the 
Bouroe. was 3ea.aag. ThU waa 418 
per cent mere than ■hlpmanle In 




BtgHOP LOfDKL TSEN 



At lha rMBMBMatBt at Wj^Ulm CaOata. 
Blahap UaM Twa raMlvaS Iba haaaran 
•twm al Oaalw al DKfaHr. T«a sataal 



raisraa la 



Alfred RcevM. general manager of 
the KaUonal Automobile Chamber 
of Commeroe. American oan are 
now being ehlpped from Detroit to 
107 oountrlea Mr. Reeves in large 
measure credits record- breaking 
production by America's factories in 
the first three months of this year 
to increa-sed demand from foreign 
landK. The market abruud. he as- 
nerts, is now absorbing eighteen per 
cent of the entire out4iut of the 
American Industry, which this year 
is certain to rea^ 9,000.000 can. at 
leaKi. 

Mr H'" '.r'. scouted a theory that 
grou. : motor industry most 

be a: :iM < xpense of certain com- 
panies losing out in the flght for a 
limited market. B« said that the 
belief of manufbeturen waa that 
the opportunity now Is world wide, 
with the makers of this and other 



tinw ni'i<r) export aflOcts large 
pnxi,;. t ie lb. dcmonstnted by Hud- 
son ftgitrea~of" thle weBfci~^iaertBg 
Uuii in January, Pbbruary, March 
and AprU 27.071 Hudaon and Bnax 
can WCTC shipped abroad, the total 
tielng a gain of twenty-eight per 
cent. Over 21,JM mr: were shipped 
in the same period of ifias. Ofbclals 
estimate that 70,000 <-ars wUi tte re- 
quired for foreign shipment tills 
year 

The plant of Hudson's British 
. ib uhary at London ih now lald to 
br pi'fduclng 1,000 cars a month. An 
o-wrnbly plant al Berlin recently 
turned out Its tlx thousandth car 
m two years. In uie future a new 
plant at Brussels u to serve Europe, 
exomt Bngland and Oermany. It 
willMve a capacity of IBMO oan a 
year. 

Willys-Overland reports an In- 
rr«ae of seventy-two per cent in ex- 

;u\rt bURlnr£» Ihc Il!M ihreo ni'in'Ms 
I Lhis year, tihipments to foreign 

!) i.rkets readhed oan la tkat 

period 

In April the automobile factorlaa 
of llie Detroit durtrlct swept on to- 
ward .^1U1 greater vohmie prodoe- 
Uon than in March. Ford led with 
a total oatpttt ot nodal A oan al 
1M.388. Qompared with UlMi in 
March. 

Among tbe maken or high-prirrd 

cars peak activity prevails. Pack- 
ard during April broke all records 
by delUL-rlnir more than S.OOO f«rs 
til iiihV^mrr:> May. It is believed, 
will prove another record-breaking 
period. In April, drlivrrte.-; ff car.s 
wore more than twenty -five per 
rent greater than production, mak- 
ing a large reducUon in stocks in 
the hands of dlstributon aad deal- 
ers. K win be August. If then, 
rsflkarti nWniala b allava. b aloce there 
can be a ratom to neraial. 



eotmtries working together for 
AftPOid'T^ to llguna givon out by ' broader markets in all lands. 



Water and Gasoline 



Driving Instructor— Well, do yOQ 

understand the car now? 

Beginner— PerfecUy Then'* QBAy 
one thing I should lllte lo adt: So 
you put the water and CbO gaaOMna 
Ul the same hole? 



Betty— Where's ihe car, Paul? 
Paul— Z lent it to dad tonights 
LUe. 



A $6^,000 rayon plant is to be 
erected at Tliree Rivrn;. Qirebec. 




More Style 

More Betatty 

More Leg Room 



Man Mead Roem 
Mere Elb&m Romm 
Jbra Aideeeti^ffee 



More Aei^uai Mouey's Worth 



You hear the word ^Walue** 
firoelalmed freely end 
loudly in eutomobUe talk 
iheso «lny«. Fvrry motor 
car has value, to be sure — 
but it is Talue-plna-Talne 
that giree the lead to 
Wfaipprt ia money** worth end 
popolaritj. 

In every major feature, one by of»e, or 
nllofrrthrr. Whippet i« srvrral Irrif^the 
in tbe lead when it come* to aound, 
ttatiafyhifr vahie* 

First, there is the supreme beauty of 
design tluit mafcea the new Whippet the 
style aathority in ita olass. You are 
qalok to admire tli eful lines, the 

lender bodies, the ln^iirr radiator and 
iMiedf the smart but har- 
moniotia-oolora, the one- 
piece full erown feodera. 

Thcgi, when you enter the 
egur« you are gratified with 
tta epeciona* taatefully 



•'FIXiiFR-Tir 

The gr««i«a( •dvanee |e drlvM 
Iks self ■! SUM. 
I Ss 



|"g 

tro l a afl fanrttKni oC Marlia^ tl>e 
moUtr, aprrutn^ tbsjigbts aad 
•mmdiag tba " — - - 



Now... 



a full line of Whippet 
Commercial Car* 
WillyB-Knighl T r u clu 
ranginf in pri^f jmm 
$90$ lo $3460. M kt n d 
«4 KieM. 



appfdiited interior. The 
longer wheelbese gl^ee 
•everal inehea of added leg 

room. Srnt« are consider* 
ably wider and hare form* 
fitting ooatourat eeaoring 
leatfiuly eomforteble poaft* 
tions for all pawienffers. Exceptionally 
wide doora afford easy entrenee and 
exit. 

Vet with all tbes^ improrementa, ibe 
ne«f Whippet's pHeca ere emaehigly 
lo>w. An inapectioa and a demonstra- 
tion will surpriae yon with how miirh 
hne car value you can buy for very little 
money. 

WHIPPET SIX COACH $1220; Sedan 

$1285; Coupe (with rumble seat) $1285; 
Touring $1085; De Luxe Sport Roadster 
$1450. 

WHIPPET FOUR COACH 
$961; Coupe $961; Couoe 
(with rumble seat) $998; 
Sedan $1055; Roadster $896; 

Roadster (with rumUe MSt) 
$936; Touring $835. 
Fully Equipped at Victoria 



Thomas 




1010 Yatea Street 



TH08. WBBKB dr SONS. NAKAIMO 



Phone 697 



TIIF. I'•MI.^• COLONIST, VICTORIA, B-C t>L.\UAV, MA\ IJ, 



Romance of Gold Mining 
In Queen Charlottes 

IkIuw Wli» SlFunled Wfth VMls N^m for ifca Pnciaof M«lal 



An old pan" ^writer I* wid to 
lava tttUnd Q» mnark ttut 
"sltvtr knd topper nm In ralna. but 
gold te vbcn you And It." Thb 
sUUmont, now tuiowo to be irltc. 
protMbly OTplolm why gold vu di«- 
rov«T(^ in Brllh-h riiluinbii tln-t on 

tfif fliwnvcry may U- rtt:urtJ(.-d a- 
aci tdrntal 

rin' yureii Charlottt group OCCU - 
ii unKi'.if place in ibo brood 
pftTint Ocean lying about 160 mflw 
nortti of Vuwouvar Ulaad. It to 
•epanuod from Aluftan torAtory 
tbo aMTOir Dbcon ttiknnce and 
tm ttw Brtttab OotumbU maln- 
Imnd by B«o»(o BtnU. averaging a 
dlatanft of acventy-flTe mllei. 
Thara are about IM islands in the 
whole group, each of which Ls named 
and correctly charted Prev.wt 
Moresby, Omham, l-yall and 
KniKlit IsUri't' r.>tLMi'.iittf Uie chief 

•rtc-tMrt til x:\i- H-'"'''. t''* ramal niiff 

brliiB mere apot^ on the I WrtyP' 

The southern mamban of the poup 
are mountainous and waatnof 
flomd wHii hoavy and nXaabie 
tlnilMr, but the ztortbsni portun of 
Qnham Island pnHnts m praMo- 
llk* appaannce in Ita Interior. Tbe 
arable land on Oraham Island has 
been estimated at 400 000 acres, but 
piirtfl of It are muikns^ ""t incap- 
Abif of drainage 

T'>ilt»y fipverii! lrM-,ilit,ies on 
Crn«hHtii i.t a modem 

api>fH r.i 1 iri- nu-: • c V eriil Iraportant 
srltltTTirntj^ exist and pTOmlte OOll- 

siderable development as Stock and 
doJiyli« iBGttaaa. H ews ! IBlefei a 
narrow obanaal. entaring tbe Wand 

at the north, penotntei for a dis- 
tance of twenty mllea. when It 
widens Into a roiulderable lagoon 
within which the tide ebbs and 
Hows twice In twenty-four hours. 

Bordering the searoast and the 
numerous streams and lakes the 
Umber la very heavy with dpnse 
unrterbnifih. Cedar, hemlock and 
^prjrp B.rr the prtootpal varletlea of 
timber iwnd aU are Of a qusilty rival- 
ing sn> Coast production, fiereral 
&awmlUs are dolni a flourlahlng buil- 
neet In deglmAtmi theaa Im m e n aw 
forwts, and It was from this source 
ttiel enonnoas quantities of the 
beet quatttlas of spruce timber used 
In attptene oomtruaUoD were ob- 
tained dvvlnc the Me ywm of the 
Oreat War. 

There are PT'Ti-Mve deposits ol 
bituminous coal, while copper, gold 
eOver and other minerals bare been 



dlacloaed at numemous locations 
Th- wa»*r? wrrmiMlnf th« ffroup 
teem with several varieties of the 
mo«i mnrkrtable ftsh, halibut, 
.salmon, trod, hernni; natflfth, dng- 
fish and whaJcc. Ma...,rl, at the 
head vl the liU-i ol '.he siimc iinnie. 
L-, fli.- lariifv.l ciiintuuimy isetUcnient 
mni 1/. leactied l)y wri.-l[:v steamer 
from PrlnL'<^ rtu|.frt 

Such are the yur-cn Charlotia 
TTlanfis of today — vaatlv dtiTerent 
from tha situation obuinmg in 1880. 
whan It waa tbe dnmlrllft of various 
femSlliB of Helda Indians, then, as 
new. the most powerful tribe of tbe 
Far Kdrtb. 

Vaw penens in British Columbia 
today a;<e aware that the tint dis- 
covery of pold m British Cohinibis 
was mad*' ii Morr'vby Islnii.t 
1831. In «oiig and story the P'rasci 
River gold excitement of 1858— fol- 
lowing publication abroad In 18S7 
of the dlsoorery of gold above Vale 
In 1850 — has been regarded as the 
OMise of the creat rush of miners 
from the California goldnaUls. 

Though the northern dl ecorery la 
romantic as any attfihlnt to tbe 
"Otxiboar endtement, and wee not 
wlthoQt Ite trafedtee, U came about 
In a simple way. llle chief ftotor 
of the Hudson's Bay CScmpuiy at 
Port Simpson, then Dr. Kennedy, 
showed the Indians some "yellow 
metAl" and prooilsed them that he 
would exchange guns, blanketa and 
other supplies for as much of It as 
they andd bring in 

Among the iiativf."i who were 
present when Dr. Kennedy .showed 
the gold dUAt wof. an Indian chief 
known m the Chn&tian annals of 
tbe Halda trlMs as "Edenshaw." 
He waa one of tbe iiielesi of the 
heed men of Ihe p&matvi eawda 
tloD of abeglglnee often ealled ibe 
'-rum of the North.** Be had 
seen what appealed to htm to be 
Blndlar metal In nek »turh some 
Skldegate Indians had brought to 
him from one of the settlements 
over which he hod controL 
BARLY DISOOmtT 
Without Informing the chief 
factor of his knowledge, this chief 
of the Haldas returned to Queen 
Charlotte Islands . « here he in te r - 
viewed the people who had brought 
in the ore samples. They took hlni 
to the place of It* dlTOVfry on l^he 
west coaat of Mnrrsby Harbor This 
place subeequcntiy a-as named Ottfd 
Bbitmr. end la eltaeled co tbe 



northw--^' 'itl^»Jtt-r (if Mnp--|i-, I'lalnl 
In a M;iik; IJiJi""*': nil iTii--' wlii' ti 
M'i..ir;i;<il Ki,i--r l-iiinil 'Miti tllf 
rii;nii twnl ol iLi litrnpi ^i -t' i bome- 
Uffle« the piece is referred to as 
MlicheU Harbor, as that appears to 
be the edctnet bmw on Admtrelty 
charta. 

The vein dieeovered TO ehnoet 
pure fold end about one ineh in 
width. The Indlane kneckad off 
chmsks of the ore oorrtetwlng the 
floe metal and carried it to their 
canoe. The first load met with In- 
vestigation by the young »nn of the 

c.htef, Whn harl h«>eT) Icit lii tlir 
cenoe while the <.ld'-r Ilatue^ 
returned rhh frcsti i-vni^ 'lo ttie 
child, who h:i.1 U'A U^ii-i Uxken into 
Uie confidi :; ' in «lders. this 
rock app«ii',i v.irUileAs He threw 
alni'ist Uie whole basic etful Oter- 
txNu-d from iiu> canoe.. Bdeodiew, 
however, obtained a oooalderatole 
supply of the ore, wblob they melted 
to e fire, reooverlng the yellon 
metal and bringing It to Fort Blmp 
son. In exchange they received an 
amailng quantity of mll^k'^ts . 
blankets, cutlery and other ' ikh- 
tahs." 

The chief factor endeavored to 
obtain a knowlrdRr- tif ;h>r v^ur'-c of 
thi.s TiK-k ir.iiicral, but the Indians 
k^i-' ;tii ...■> ret until they could 
nuK'- a ()<i.rKa.ui with the factor 
\,i.us!ii.ru,r\ t... ■,l,.-!iiselves. ThLn ar- ' 
r*ngemeni t«xik the not unusual 
form of a ran-vi: The Fort Simp- 
son — or Tsiinpfcean — tribes were 
mortel enemies of the Haidaa, and 
InnumamUe bloody oonfliots are 
reeetded In their history. The Fort 
ft hnp e fln trtbas held a number of 
prisoners taken from the Haldas as 
fiUves. It waft tiiese slaves that the 
Hudson's Bay Company ransomed 
wRb Uenkets and guns. deUverlng 
tlf^f f m to their own people In ex- 
dience for thl'^ rar..soi:i the tCold 
pttepeet et Oold Harbor vraf turned 
over to the comoanr. 

The Hudsoo's Bay CoropaJiy sent 
a schooner, the Prtnc«ss9 Una, to 
Oold Harbor in 1853. carrying a 
number of pracUcaJ miners, tools 
etc . where liie work o( developing 
thf properly wiw undertaken. These 
succeeded m exiracttng 930,000 
worth of i;old from the mountain 
before abaodonmg tbe property. 
Why they did ebendon It attocetbar 
It net eleer. as todey the same 
teeetten m ■■■iti » aaeJI hfaw^ 
tnduitiTwbere a number ef minert, 
operatlnc e fife-etemp min, en tek- 
ing out setftsfaotory emnal «M- 
dendi. 

In sendlpg the gold to the mint 
at San Frandsro the first Intima- 
tion of the pxisu iice of gold In the 
North reached Uie intelligence of 
San Prani'is'-n resldentji. Several 
schooners .started pronto for Queen 
Charloit* Island Tlioy were well 
outnited with supplies necessary for 
trading with the Indians. It was 
one of ibeee vessels— the Susan 
^fciif ua i t h at was looted end 



Family of Chief Edenshaw (1923) 



4/ 



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CANADA \mm 
\m urn 



Two OOeae BeeUbbed in rhirago 
«ed See Wrmmi m tQ OTaeera 
eei rewDtto N 



IN the iUustratioo shown In this article "The Peecendeqli.of QMMM unT are riiown. Jh« ^^^v Indun 
1 mttinc in the front row U Heniy Edenshaw. the bcv tllie '«l> i^ '' ^ y^S^X!l^^'^^J^2^ ^'^^'^ 
loeda ol^ brou^ down by Ue /ather'a m« iHieeto i«rt to make th^ S!L'!2'^SKi!L*t »^ 

< T teen in wer row at left le a wUlB deU cnalneer. who became eonMew to Hemr 

ow In the Interioe amcseaftlHy practlafan M> proteaeion. 



burned off the TUlece a( Ten, the 
leneet Indlen eneampneai on the 
ifdendi. gitueled et the entm&oe to 
Ueewt Inlet 

INDIANS raR!T.*TED 
The hostility shown by the 
aborlginea to the Inveiten of the 
"paleface" wee not InooBilderable. 
Even the Hudson's Bey*. Ooopany 
had fM^uant Irrltetkm ftom this 
source, although they had acquired 
whet they termed righu in the 
pi op ly . The Indians would st^rr^te 
themeetem nearby while th<' niinri- 
were drilling and setllOK rtpiix-^ivcs 
for a bla^t. When the -t w-as 
dlscharifed the na'.lvf-.s woiihl r-i^h 
upon the ore and forcibly p■;1l'.^■■ \\ 
from the poasessioii of llic nani-rs 
Many tree flcbts occurred, some of 
them not without painful physical 
reeulte. but the overvlHleilng num- 
bers of the Indlene elmoet elways 
ItftJbMi'tti-ffwe^M-el ttw sfMtia. 
Theee eonfllots may have been the 



fonpezd per the Une. tccetber with 
thet oMeJoed by ouneleaB tfafongh 

bla^Unff " 

In a second letter Captain Mc- 
Nelll informed Sir James" "The gold 
obtained by us at QCl thnni^h 
blastlns weighed fUty-ninf pounds 
ten otmrt-s The mm wlhli it to be 
valued at Victoria by ><iii. a,s Uir-y 
are afraid If divided here honie >->f 
them would get more than iheu 
own shei* el tbe roelL" 

LOCOMlW 
MARHON AliTO 

IMS- 



tire hlstary of the anif>mohile in- 
dustry. 

"But how, It might .1. ki d ran 
llermon buUd a straltrhl-'-ikilU at 
this price? The anawer to that U 
concentration. For more than two 
years Marmon has given mejor at- 
tention to the stimlKfat-clghL No 
other types new an peodooed. Tbe 
centiel goal of eU Utermoa effort 
1^ been to mefce the etrel^t-elght 
a practical, economical and long- 
Uved car (or aU to own. Design has 
been .simplified, the number of parts 
reduced, with the result that the 
>:^ve)t straight-eight can be buUt 
1, , NUrmon to be soM et e nrtee 
closely approxlmeUnc thet of the 
evence Us." 

ttm new Merman models are the 
last word in automobile constnirttnn 
Uld design. The newe? l are 'i- 



Cara 




. "nio AUurmon Motor Car Company, 

ulUiuto reason tm the abandon- of mdlenepoUs. Ind., yesterday en* 
ttMBit of the mlr^. for the white . nounoed the apptrlntment of IMne- 
mlnen withdrew to their vessel Brothers, Tetoa Street, ee Vlc- 

wWchmnalnrt fOTjome t^^^^ -SWrtbutor for Mennott end 

chasing the (rold from the natiies i 

m- r".*u!t of the looting and iifxiscvelt ears. The 192S models, in- 
buming of the Susan Sturciss- eluding the new Roosevelt. wtU be 
which will form the thesis of an- on display in Dtnsmore Brothefs' 
other reitilnL-wenre— wa« the send- showrooms wllhln the next day or 
ing of twn r-mall warships, imtfer 
command of Captain J. O. pTOTOBt, 
and the Trtncomelee." In command 
of Captain W. Booston. The send- 
ing of these ahlpe to induced by 
cortcepondencc between tbe chief 
factor of the Hudson's Bay Com- 
pany at Fort Blmpwn and offlclala 
of the company at Virtorla 

Tlic naval officers interviewed 



peoted to errtre from the factory at 
fndlenepi " 



llinepplli tewMi n ow. 



ori AWA May lo.— ttpenaloo ol 

b> «*iubll.'-lun« trade comml8«ian«''s 
the Canadian (■i.Ttninerclat lnt<*lU- 
jM-iu-e !.ervu-e lu liie Unlird Htate* 
iifUrea In Chlca*ro and H.iri h"! an- 
vi-co. Is announced by the 1-Hp.dn- 
luerit Of Trade and Commerce. 
Hiiherto there has been only one 
estabUBbnunt, aemely In Mew York, 
under tbe eonalHlonertblp eC P. 
Budd. 

i IL B. O'Beere. formerly tooeted 
I at Batevie, Java, who errlved In 
' Ottawa leet week. «U1 have enlarge 
of the Chicago ofBoe. whUe H. R 
pouesette. former director of the 
commercial intelligence service here, 
and recently trade commissioner at 
Calcutta, has been appointed to the 
San Francisco charge Mr. O'Meara 
will assume his new duues at un 
early date. He will liave aa an as- 
Kisunt M. J. Vechsler. a Junior 
tTHdr < onimtssloner. Mr. Poussette 
u expected to Uke up his duties 
early la June. 

O. B. TiMgmen bee bean named 
actmff trede eonmlnkiaer In Ba- 
tavle. » 

Mr. OVMin. Vho to bora in 
Toronto, wee ednoeted In Victoria. 
BC. and Mcom University, from 
which he graduated In 1931. He was 
appointed Junior trade oommls- 
sl<»ar In \92i. aud since that time 
has been a<.Mi;nrd to offloM to Cal- 
cutta. Capetown, South AMoe^ end 
Singapore and Hfttavla 

Mr. I'ou.vselle l.'v one of the seiit'^r 
men in Un' Commercial imelllKenie 
Service Hw first appointment un^ 
as trade commlwlnner to tJurban in 
1909. Two ycnri later he waa trans- 
ferred to Buenos Aires and at the 
outbreak of the wer to grented 
leeve of ebeenee for oiimery dotlea. 
At the termination of h o «tl M Mea , he 
became treveUnc ln«eotor at Gene^ 
dian trade iimiimlMinnfirr oOcee. 
Later he emd in tMniM end 
Calcutte. 



impiirtrd manufarturi*d k-^hU wa;. 
I IW'i'.OOO rriclisninrkk 

lieganctlng Cat»da a trade with 
. >crmany. ooulderat^ incrsaM* 
^r-e noted In the imporu from 
Oaoi^ of wheat, oete, aabeetos, 
itee, (dMmlcel pulp, bran, timber, 
oom, agrieulUirel machinery, lied, 
misoellaneous ores. buttermUk. 
honey, white clover seeds and rmw 
furs during 1828, while the princi- 
pal decreases took place in the Im- 
ports of barley, ryr, wheat fli>ur, in- 
teaUnes, nickel. Urd, tlir<:v- oil 
cakes and iron 



HABBIN Bt'S OWNERS IMTE 

Bus owners of llurbtn. China, 
have adi'pt'd nnxli-rn method* by 
comblrung. and ihe iv^oiiatlon aow 
controls 110 vehicles and pays the 
city an annual tea of more then 
Ihe teies have been fixed 
et from t«w to five oenta, aecardlnc 
to tlM dMence, within elfey Umlte. 




so. 

"The new Roosevelt, with Its 
strelght-elffbt motor. wUl certaUUy 
be aaxowledted es the meet out> 
itandHng acdalevement In motor 
circles this season, when price of 
the car Is considered." stated Mr. W 



Dlnsmore yesterday In an Interview 
wtlh The C-olonist "Were the Boose- 

_ , veit anotlicr four or .six. U would not 

Chief Edenshaw ond, whatever may be highly imp<irtiint. However, It Is 
have been the rt-.-AiH of th" r, infer- a siruishi-. i»nd at the Rnosr- 



em 



1924 Chevrolet 

1923 ChevTokt 
Touring.-. 



$125 



JUST when we think our stock of Used 
Cars is away down ... in come a lot 
more, taken in on the Spring deliveries of 
Outstanding Chevrolets. And they are cer* 
tainly th^ finest, smartest bunch of used cars 
weVt seen in many a long day. 

But . . . good as they are . . . they have to 
go. And when you look over the cars and 
•ee the prices you*U realize they will go fast. 

Come in tomorrow. Or as soon ns you can. 
This chance to save dollars on a RKALLY 
GOOD car is too unusual to miss. 



1924 Chevrolrl 
Tounn.: 

1924 Chevrolet 
Touring-.,. 

1926 Chevrolet 

Touriitp.. 

1926 Chevrolet 
Touring... 

1927 Chcvrnl-t 
Titiiriri"^ 

1927 Chevrolet 
Tottriog. 



$275 

$425 

$475 

$525 

$550 



1924 
I92f) 
1927 

1928 



Chevrolet COOC 
Coeth 



Chevrolet 
Coach ..- 

Chevrolet 
Coach 

Chevrolet 
Coach ^ 



$650 
$675 
$775 



OO-tl-MM 

SEDANS 

1926 Chevrolet (CCOC 
Sedan .#DCi9 

1928 Chevrolet <t 
Sedan. «p 

LANDAU 
1926 ChcYralet Cft^C 
Landau 9Dl9 

COUPK 
19*:? Chevrolet 
Coupe 



$600 




869 YAX£S STREET 

THOS, PITT, LTD^ DUNCAN, B. C. 



.. LTD. 

PHONB 2058 





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enccs held, they reported him lo be 
a man of great infliienre in the 
neighborhood and advised that he 
be treated with ever^ consideration. 
No penalty was Imposed on enoUier 
dilef, "We-he," who hed been di- 
rectly responsible for the looUng 
and biiralng ef ttie Amerlcen 
eebooner. 

AT FSSSENT DAT 
The mine et Oold Harbor now is 
owned end opeieted by e reMmt 
of Quea Ohartotte City nemed 
John Mftitnen Beferenee hei 
been nede already to ttw fact that 
a stamp mill has been erected and 
Is In constant operaUoo. Mr, Mo- 
Ixllan Is said to be one of the most 
noted mining 'enelneen in America. 
DiirUiH the war he was oOered — by 
the British Oovemment— a poeillon 
nji one of !he three mining rn- 
-iiirrrs who would r'-port on Ihe 
tnmJnK powlblllties ft the British 
Empire. He vLsiu-d Bngiaod and 
conferred respeciing this wnint- 
mmA, but decided flneUf to rmain 
cn tbe Idenda end look efter hie 
pereonal inter eeta. 

Neturelly enoofb Str Jenei 
Don^ea, wtaeee Intersat Ul evary- 
Uilnc eppertetmnc to the welfare 
of the "eotany" is weU known, was 
deeply oonoemed to know the value 
of the find on Queen CharloUe 
Uland. Frasmente of eorrsepond- 
enre nf (hotie days, oCBcial and 
oihrrwirf hi*ve been preserved A 
letter written bv CaptAlo W. R Mc- 
Neill, of the iirhiKiner Una, dated 
Fort Stmpoon. November 29. 1162. 
has been preserved. It xvports a 
Journey by schooner from Victoria 
to the new sold And et MlWbeU% 
Harbor and la ea foUoers: 

"After leevlng Victoria, I pro- 
ceeded to meke the run for Q.OJt.. 
but e cele of wind came up and de- 
tained us off Oape Henry for ctRbt 
days, so that we did not anrhor in 
Mitchell's Harbor untU October 30 
On the second day after ne arrived 
we oommenced blasting thr rock at 
the old place We coirinr'nci'd in a 
Tcln of .quart/ nnd wcrr vry mjo- 
cesaful. ' The rocls proved lo be rich 
with sold, as you will ^ee by the 
specimens now forwardM by Dr 
Kennedy. We followed the seam, or 
vein, and found It deeply Im- 
unanalwl with gold. The eoln 
mem I to teke e dlreeltan up UM 
mountain: In feet, oar men went 
half way up lo the top. say. three 
hundred feel above the water, and 
found qnarta rock. In my opinion 
gold will be found in tnsny places 
hereafter on the west .iide of the 
latand. as quarti rwk ran be fmind 
tn every dlrrctlon Wf rcntnd ll in 
four different places in Mitchell's 
aarbor. MS had no ttme to annUie 
it. 

I wn Borry to »y I had to l ye 
nfT bliuiinx and quit plaee for WtKi 
Siriip"'''n on account of annoy anoe 
w<- 'Tcnuiitered with the oetlvee 
-rti'-y arr.vrd In laife nantbenk m$, 
thirty canoea, and wen eggy nnicb 
plieaed to aae na on first arrlnL 
But when Owy sew us bleettoc end 
tucnlnf oat ao much gold they be- 
came esetted end oommeneed dep- 
ndetlem on us. steeMm the toola 
and uklng at least ona-heif the 
gold that was thrown oat by the 
blasta. They would lie concealed 
until a report of a blast. wa« heard 
asd then make ■ nuh for the ore. 
A regular scramble between tliem 
ftnd our mm would then take plare 
They would teke our men by the 
lets and Iwul thOM Mrey from the 
gold, florae MMM were struck on 
these oooeiiBna fy ft4 the 
drew ifatir knieea an gnr mm orten. 
The aien took ftlgbi end rcfuesd to 
•tor any lamer. Hie aettvw efisr- 
«M hrai«bt a uaaiilHi of gold to 
^ lor wbMi I UbM. end new 



veil price, clusr around $1JM)0. It de- 
mands eonsideratioo as one of the 
outstendii« eehlevemento to tbe on- 



BSStmrAT CRIVKSE 



When Anna Miiy Wond, the rno- 
tlim picture a.-'f.s.'^ aj'p.-iirrd m 
London recently m I 'm ' !r' !■■ if 
Clialk. " wrl tten l) > an u i . tno * n 
Chinese euthor aoo yeaxe ego, Lon- 
dooen Uked the Ohincee plot, the 
Chinese music, and the Chinese set- 
ting, but deelared that the Broad* 
wey eoeeni to (be atar'a flhlnien dU 
not tit Into the prodODllon. 

WOMEN BlIMI BIM BADDU 

Heale<l rnntrT>verK>' nvrr the de- 
cision of ofni iuls of the Richmond 
Horse Show M'ltiieri vhowlng 

horses must rUle .sidr ."*ddle and not 
axtrldf. ha^ revealed that Kngllsh 
femlnme equine lovers have thrown 
over another post-wer Idee. Neerly 
ail of them, including the debut- 
antes, now oonslder riding side sed- 
dle safer and more graceful. 



German Comm^rc^ 

The total value of mcrchandL^r 
Import-s by Ornnany (t>r IBM wa.^ 
14 045.427,000 rcirii.".mark«. of which 
moro tJian luklf roruilstrrt of raw 
inat.<Tlal!s .-tnd Mml-manulactured 

products. Total imparts of food 
producu and Uvegtoek feeding stufll 
cbMowued. but the oontaooed activ- 
ity of oennen ttade and Industry 
durtng the past year led to e fur- 
ther tonmiff in importations of raw 
materials. 'Hie total Imports of 
raw materials and senil-maniifar' 
tured goods were valued at 7J46,-. 
484.000 reich&marlu. as com|>ared 
with 7.14gjl&6.000 relchsmarkji In 
1927 and 4.047,734.000 retchsmarks 
In i&36. The total value of maira- 
factured goods taiported into Oer- 
meny durtaig UM wea 2.45S,13S^ 
reidMBaeika, which, although a de- 
oraeee fkvn l.46g,07B.OOO reichamerfci 
for 1*17. Is stlU almost double tbe 
figure for llW, when the valne ef 



Cliaiisfc i<ipark 
plugs every 
10,000 miles 

WoCD-ool Ppark. ploga cause herd 
•Iggting;. alow pieL4ip,|MM)r Idliag, 

lose of power. 

All iperk plup deterioreto in tine 
amd need lo be ohenged. After a 
waeon'a driving or 10,000 lile e 
put in a new set of ACs. 
Hat win inaiaeoaay Hal t ing , fa a t 
pidk-npt brilliant perfimaiMei 
See joor dealer today and inalit 




AC Spark Plug CohpamT 

Flikt, Michigan 

e im. AC Bpvll na« Cmmt 




goo 





the mn\7 Clwy»l«r-k«lU tU oep^aOmeA in Dr Soto SU in 

iMi« far w mito M noTS. • 




MievmuAV — De Soto Six wma 
deeigned the tuue group of 
^SigiMi— ^ whoce gcoiii* eon> 
ien ^ all Chrjtler-MIt cam 
Ihe nnwlgtriiyWit attrihtM of 



amaer thet rannnt ha 
eqnallcd hj may other mantt> 
farturin^ aoiiree. 



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and up 
at the factory 



MMrSarfm. . . . 
SilfeMw Cmmpm. . • 

d-Ittnir S^mm . . . . 



lOTS 

zm 

1979 

1/20 



Mnihip— bfthc valqae 

ted QmOitj— haa attained a 
rpiect In tha eraaUaB 
oi De 6om Sis* 

Beemmam^M the Tiat ta- 

aourr«d af ChrTater ll«rtat»~ 



Mi^raUit^ — Dr .Soto Six 
Irnly exprenere the applied 
aignificancc of Chryaler gcmoa* 
and the laialtahle oieaBa 
nlMMhr GhiTder Moton eoa* 
•tantly aerka to achieve the 
gmleat yalnea la the motor 
world. 

Hioee who fail lo diecriiiiiDate 
in thr pnrrha»*r of a motor car 
ofkeo spend more and gel Irse. 
Gaard jonr expenditure hy 
telephoning va or caUlng at 
ovtr ahowroom, and we will be 



De LaUB 



ihr advantages reanlting |^ad to drmonNtratrlhr aonnd- 



tb*^ rommon policy of 
cogutecnn^ yiirr baaing, 



nrwii <vf » our 
De 5utu OLK. 



invealmcni in a 




Soto 




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The Motor 

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Tfll-: l-v.viI.V COLOVIST. VICTORIA. H C. SfN'OAV, MAY IJ, 



SAFETY RECORD 
IS KEMAKKM 



Mot'- than SOOJNMJXN) P0IUB4i of 
cUntterous cxploilTM. Uied 
lor eomnierctel porpoMs. were tutu 
died by Uu min»d* of Un United 
aiilM Mod QuMdft In IBM MUtMU 

dMih or MiniT 10 pmmo. aod 
mm ft property low aaMminnt to 
only 9Tt. According to • report for 
Uw yeftr of the Bureau of Bcpkiilve* 
of the Amencmn Railway Asaoeia- 
tlon Thiji property Iom w*i aqulvft- 
lent to an »v<Ta^ of leas ttUM 060- 
tpntti ot h r<-iu per car, 

l!i cQimectlun with Uie Lranspor> 
lauoti of mure ttiAH 300.0004)00 
pound* of exploslvea, only tvelve 
acddtou ooeurred, aU at wblcj) in- 
Mlvwl ■cwlhwl 'tenqr mfitotin^ 
thftt la, thaw intaDdfld tor amiiw- 
ment purpoeea — toy torpedoea and 
toy caps. 

PUieen fatAliues mmlted rrotn 
aoeldenU invn.vi^g shipmenu or tn- 
flammable UguulJi. kuiujIuv au-oui<t- 
lug for ten. Of tiieac U-n. rifcht oc- 
curred In one tan* r&r «T»*ck fmj- 
lowpd by fire, ihr imkIi'- belnji 
tramps ndlnff In a box car which 
burned. Five ottw penooa loat 
Iholr Uvas In two freight vrwka In 
irlilcb can of orutft oU were iHiracd. 
three emptogreei tn one caw baliig 
trapped Iv flemei tfurlsg the deer- 
inc of vreekan ftnd m ttit ottwr 



caw two trflfpfcjwr'* fhrtr llvc-i 

I 'f (lie n[t:-*-ri pprsfjns w!. ■ 'Ki-n I 

ilv-r^ nn a Tr-n'ti' "J i he tgTUUtm oi 

iiif i.iitiiiiBDic hUe 1b tranilt. 

:. -A , ! 1 T) . ,.j„...,rf r,. 

VVh;:. M.r iK.liooda aLw hiudled 
III ]'J2S ir,.:j:<'ii^ pounds of acuLt. 
ruin[jrc3*r<i K»9ca, cornMlVB aud 
trauoDoui iiquida, ftod worei ot 
ottwr ml-daiicerau artlelae. re- 
perte ataev tbet m» penoo wm killed 
«• R veeult or eo cKk i Bt i tafOlTtoi 
the movement of auch haaardoua 

rud'.in'xllttr- 

AUSTRAUAN WHEAT 
IS GOING TO l.NDIA 

DItMoo From t u. .(|*cu Marheta 
tUd I an.ttii&n QnAe 

kxpurta 



Most Recent Pictures of Late Statesman 



OTTAWA. May lO.-«hlpawnt of 

Ai:-'r;il:-u-. wtkCftt lO India ilu- 'o 
poor (Kjp.'i in the Iatl<*r countrj'. 
viu matcnaUy enhaDce the poslLkiD 
of Canada In dlspoaukg of the lur- 
plui vnln In the United Kingdom 
and OooklneDtel Birape» aeaanUnr 
to Mr D. H. RoBB. finnaillan trade 
commissioner to AtMtraUa, who haa 
arrlvrd In O'.tAWR with hw wile. Mr. 

uiJi >thi>rt!v U'Hvr <hi a tOur of 
Ihr iJoniilUoii. iiurtuu; rnanufac- 
lurtra and exiwru-r-^ i.i u lviie them 
rrappctlng trade (.ondiin 'lui In the 
Ant.podeA 

"Up to the time I had left Austra- 
Ua. th» OoaunQOwealth had ahlppc 
von tlkan SIMNNMNK) bushels or 
irtkeeft to Zndla. with the prospect 
that ereatnallr twlee that volnme 
would be exported there," tit. Ross 
"Bad It not beeo fw the con- 



sss»s» » »pee^ef 



OET RID OF DAMORVFF 

C'^aticura ^ap 

▲•■ISTF.D BV Mi 

Duttenra Ointment 




The Motnr Hiiti%r 
Is !Sou iJt.sitltnitifS 

FaH Mo$or Craft 



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HS Motor Honee. limited. 



DC So(o case, to now dlsi^ylnt 
la lU tftovrooniB vartoue tn>M 
(if maruw engUMB and spoed- 
boats. Stckce opening lU 
marine department last week 
It haA already had quite a 
large Inquiry for boau and 
eng'jM^ ApparepHy 'here I? 
qutie a dealre for faat boats 
in this city, ae during the 
past few daye no leei than 
titfee Vloloflftiu have plaoed 
orden for ipeedhoate to be 
used on VuaoofW lalaad 



CMCKBftT WSBCKACUt HUGE 

liffg than ao0.000 glasses were 
HBj i >M In Um last year on the rca- 
taurant can of a Oemao oompaay 
which baa aboirti aOO can in the in- 

'rrnatlonal European traffic. The 
k-i^u«s Hnashed represent Ave ilmee 

H.i- normftl number carried One 
lUiiidfO ihiriiunil [HiTrn of crockery 
art Uk U3t. but nioic than twice that 
number are broken annually oniv 
37,000 beer glasses are In u^e. but 
141000 arc broken each year. 

^iitirly half of the ricw can pUT- 

!.,':'ed in lhl> cotin'.rv are bought 
on the installtnpnt ba.«tH. 

The new WlUppet sU has a heavy 
aeven-bearlng orank ahaft and la 
drilled for f uU foroe feed lubrication. 



La France^ s Princesn 

~ Aumna Reebrri 

Another worldl Janey record haji 
cone to British Columbia, the can- 
pleUon of an oOdal aoft-ctor iLOi*. 
taet having made La Pnaees 

Prlnoesa. owned Dr. M I. OlAen« 
Duncan, ihc highest producing, 
Jerary in Uie world in iiie icnlor 
two -> ear-old claja. 

.SLar*.ln« u«l at iwi. vi-.»r\ .uid 3S3 
daya, UiUi youn+i «;i>» p;-xlii.-<-<l la 
ten mooUu 14.481 pouji.i.<. or milk 
end m pQUftda of fat. with an 
aveiage teat of ftjQl per cent tat. 
'nila eai coeds the previous world ^ 
reoord for um daas by 3.003 pounds 
of milk and 70 poundA of fat 

The record Ju^t coniplrted m.i 
made with her second calf. Wlttt 
her first calving La Prance's Pnnceu 
mud'* 10 778 pounds of milk and 57^ 
ptmnd.i i'( flit the highest ever mad.- 
In CanHdtt by a senior yearling 

La Prance's Princfas t^ a BntiiOi 
Columbia animal bom and brr<L 
She was bred by A. & OoUyer. Chr- 
Imahuu, and was bom on May it 
' 1998. her aire being Sultana's Ov ) 
* of Fanidale and her dam BUdle 1 a 
'pnnc« of M. 1* P. She wai aoi<i 
as a calf to Dr. Oleen. whodewriopeu 

' h»r In hn'.h rtvorrls. 
III. t .l'i s I'l \M XMI t <1ET8 CAB 

' Family Uir^-iiiiiCh; ii;i,> entered the 
avlaUon field. SUtty-year-oM Phihp 

I Rlohanlaon. M.O.. of Weybndit<*, 

1 England, recently bought an eirplan'' 
and took leseona In flying. Then Hl" 
wife would not rUk flying with hlr . 

' and he bad to buy her a new car 

I Wealthy Chinese are cnrnfrtictln..,' 
elaborate hnrnt-^ in Tientsin. 



Coming Prom His Winter Home in Flcfrida to New York to Conaclt a Heart Speciilist. Sir Clifford Sifton, Prominent Liberal Statesman. 
Financier and Spoftaman. Dropped Dead in the Roosevelt Hospital, on Apnl 17. Dcjih Wjs Dur ia Heart Oi»ca»c Prom Which Sir Clifford 
Had Suffered fm- the Past Two Years. The Layout Showa, en the l4eft, Sir Clifford on Horseback, and on the Sight, tha L«Mat Stadto Portnlt. 



diuon In India, Aoetrattao Wheat 
would have gone almoet entirely to 
Europe." he added. 

Mr. Ross announced that the flnt 
AuetzaUan trade nffmmhalnner oC 



Canada Ifr. R A. Haynee, ot South 
Australia, was already on his way 
here and due to reach Victoria oo 
May a. He wUl make hia head- 
quartflff In ItanMita 



of foxid Ccsise 



ation 




CAMERA UaPS 
ARCH/FOLOiiY 



PimtBKS II WE AS- 
BUTED IN LOCATING 



T«tea HIM Alee Been Uamed la 
Beal^BiBliiia CoaitUsa 
a Bvlaad 

l.ONTiON, May 11. — Archaeo- 
loplcjil research workers ha\e re- 
cently ('Hind n n"-* method of In- 
finite valuf in Df^rlal phuto^raphy 
Some time atro o o s Crawford 
editor of Antiquity, made a lour ot 
the Royal Air Force etatloos In the 
Middle Bast and ntonied with a 
o^ecUon of aerial plotuna now on 
exhibition in Load«L Time had not 



been taken with any thouRht ol 

their archaeological value, but were ba&ed on Canadian etandarda, whfteh 



Hyrdo in BraM 

Compared Willi the present water- 
po«ar devdopment of Canada ot 
approximate 6J3U)00 horvpower. 
the official figure of 600.000 hone- 
power developed In Bracll appean 
vraan. However, roughly BS per cent 
of the development is concentnted 
In an area about the size of Nova 
Scotlii. centring about the cities of 
Rm and Sao Paulo Here only Is 
dcvelopmenf nn q ^crIp mtnpnrabJr 
to that of Cnna .1 Tlierc an* a-i yri 
no lndU3trle.'i comiiarable tn ih* 
Canadian mining, electro chemical 
and paper industries, which consume 
power on a laxve scale, but oaniid- 
erlng local conditions the power 
development in this area Is phe- 
nomenal and It Is contribuUng to 
sn important gTX>wtii In Industries, 
ir i-i here that the well-known Cana- 
dian cum pan V Brazilian Traction. 
Light A !' >wrr I •i.nip.'uiy, operating 
throuKli it.-i .sub-.ldlarles. has con- 
cntrated it's pfTortvi during the last 
thirty yrara. giving a light, power, 
tramway, gas and tetephom service 



T^ELVINATOR it the electrical wizani 
of food s«fegua>Jing. Without care 
OT hiftg, it tmkea care of the perishable 
foods for a family or an inatitution, 
keeping eyerything at the gcientificaUy- 
correct iHiipcnIiiM ctf bstwMn* 49 umI 
50 



This means foods perfectly Inpt fot 
clays. Meats, fruits, vegetable*, an con- 
fiwhy geno-fraa, vitamio-rich. 



am! most palataUe^ At • Mt liiAt n 

neiAlgibte. 

Today is the elcetrieal age — Kelvtna- 
tor is THE electric refrigeration. Itcosti 
much less than $300 for the smaller size 
and 0My he purchased out of income if 
youpnlar. 

Yon v.'ill enjoy looUing over the 
iieautiful models at the Kelvinator deal- 
iri^a, Utfd ihM U no obligation to buy. 



KdviDfttoir of ^^^yJ^ ^ Umitttd 

LONDON *-ONTApUQ 




First in the Held 



Ivinator 



.Foremost to day 



SOLD BY 



722y«tMA)i^ 




iectric Company 



PboM 120 



madr In the routine patrol flights of 
The ainnen who gnaril the toxitlen 
of Mpsopotumla 

The sites of dccrted cities caught 
the attention when viewed from the 
:ilr and tiierelore were snapped as 
landmarks likely to be u.'vcful for 
mapping purposes 

Thus, quite sc:idcnt4lly. a great 
deal of valuable inftmnatlon regard- 
ing anelvnt dtles, which erumbled 
away 3.000 yean and more ago and 
now tie almoet bnrled tn the desert 
Bands, has come to light For the 
oaaaera, whpn operated from the 
air, revealfi much that Is Icet to the 
eye looking at the aame object from 
III*- ground 

'ni(*se phot/«n-:pi;.> \\y bsn the 

*ik()eron.'i fjl Ihr rli i.rovldlng. In 
la« t.. plans phnwii '-' ■ rnuiga- 

niefiLs of the »tr"t-t.'- .n; : layouts 

or the large ht.iidmt^v and public 
spaces. Such pictures arc of value 
to arahaeolofftsta who wish to ex- 
cavate, for they show at Juat which 
spots thalr work may be conoen- 
tretod most uaefuUy . 

Among Mr. Onwford'a collection 
Is a series of pictures of Hatra. a 
^' ■■it' city Bome seventy miles 
, MiwjI. Apprnarhing Hatn by 
.;'> rUin ()[ iifn ij to be seen for 
■i.ijiv [iij.cs Then, suddenly. Mr 
' rawford .wys, the city apjieara 
fftr-.ip.-eadintt and unmistakable in 
HMri--* 'if fhr hl-^ak dt'.rrl. 

'.<^Llr a iLiAii w.i::, place after In- 
nmto labor, but the pliotographs 
taken in a few nUnutei. iihow the 
ptan of the city hi tar more detail 
and at Bome polnta ' irtth lAore 
clarity. Plotura taken at closer 
range even show the layouts of In- 
dividual houies. many of them only 
one-rooin affairs. 
Ai.ntj f r photognph showed Erbll. 
h- I' Inhabited city In the 
' •I'.d and the &cene of Alexander 
oreat'A batllr. It stands high 
ab^j. r the ^um■■■J^dlng country, on 
u kn'*at rnotind Ahirh. according to 
Mr Crawford, "represents centuries 
of municipal dirt ' 

It la not only In the Middle Cast 
that aerial photography hat added 
to our knowledge of times long ago. 
Mr. Crawford himself has carried 
out an air eeumy of ecmc of the 
eouthwestera counties of England 
wtileh revealed a number of prshU- 
torlc works und^r the bare grass of 
the Downlands. 

On one occasion a photof^ph of 
what appeared tram the ^^ruund to 
be an or-Ilnary ploughed field re- 
Terilcd lalnt but perfectly flenr line? 
which on investigation proved to be 
the remains ot a stoha-aga eetUe- 
ment. 

In another par*: of the country the 
aerial camera has played a great 
part In tba aacavattoos of a Roiaan 
camp where a number of dkcor- 

«rleB ha- "- r" heen made. 

LONCLIKST ISLAND GETS RADIO 

Ptir the flnt time tn ite dnarr 
history, THsuui da Ouhna. Uia 
IcDelleBt iBland In the world, is to 
hear the outside world. A fBdto n- 
oelvtng i»t. the gift of the editor of 
an African newspaper, l» now on 

lU vay thrri' and whCD at Up Will 

put t-hr r<'w inhabiUata Into dally 

Con iT^'ini'iitlon wWtk. Mitm MOU* 

nentji As there an im fsfflltln oa 
the lalaod for charging batteries, 
the hl^ ienaton lupply to Oie eet 
wUl be taken from a bank of nlDe^ 
cells of the type used for doraeBtlc 
bell rirruits. and the valve filaments 
will be hMied by special cetk. It Is 
estimated that theac should last for 
twelve months, and. as It is hoped 
that arrangrjnentj will be made for 
a apedal ship frtrm Capetown, South 
AInca. to call at least once a year. 
rfiouM bs no iitfmimmuu <f 



ootutltutes a nnSatte ocntribotiaa to 
the development oC tba ooontQf. 

Changing the BolttUoB li^a storage 
battery does not dUOR it. 



PAINS 



'T^HEKE is no need to suf 
fer from headache— nor 
neuritis or neur^gia — longer 
than it takes to invoke the aid 
of Aj^irin. For these hiblcts 
are an effective antidote for 
the roost acute pain; and ttie 
quklEest nsami of breaking up 
a saiivner cold. Perfectly 
harmless to anybody, for 
doctors win tell you they do 
not depress the heart. So 
women need not hesitate to use 
them on days which would 
otherwise be fraught with.pain. 
Just be certain to get gcaidne 
Aspirin— it has Bayer on the 
box and on every tablet. 

/ 





SPIR 




Took 
that eat 

DIRT! 

Hoover dostlfig tools live on dirt. 

Let them but touch thedraperice, the walls, the 
door and window fnuDes— dust is gobbled up. 
Let them delwe in the comeri of the piano and 
raijui. atnof:^ the radiator coils, ia the depths 
of the uphcditerv of furnirare and aacofuofailei 
-fluff and dirr ire mstantly deroored. Give 
thxm a chance co poke in ihe comers of the 
stairs, aimnd the mfcsof mattresse*. among fhr 
hoots on the K^AihcIves, in the firrpLi.r 
you'll see how cleverly they search out, how 
greedily ihey swallow, all the ^Maodliac and 
elusive bits of dirt. 

//«Mijf7 dusting tools f HOOVER dosriog ceolsl 

Light and easy co baodk, their sarM ioiacs 
ma ke i r anncccessrv for yoa to rwtst your wrist . 

their ■(("inff fjfchct Ir^k x\\r units insrantiv in 
place. 6uch hejpen give to your boosociasouig. 



a.p.m. 



to all year roatine dastlaf. a Tsry spedsl 

Kpeed and ease. 

Yet abovc-che-floor cleaning Is a smaU namv 
compared with that of cleaning floor coverings 

for they store afxiut ninety per cent, of the dtrt 
in your home. Helpful as arc the Hoover 
dusting tools, of even greater importance is the 
faster, easier, more thorough deaaaog of rugs 
which results from the cxclnslve Hoover clean- 
ing principle. "Positive Aquation " It is so 
effective against the embedded gnt which elude* 
ordinary cleaning thu The Hoover rrmovMp 
more dm ftt mtntat than any other cleaner. 

Atk ytmr l^csl H#ewr dssUr ftr t d mmu nm i m </ 
Th* H»»wr mU in dm^tut rw//. Thm maJtU tt 

ftlifhtwf artMhm^nl at imtsU tJIfrm (tit. Omlj 
Si .'^ a.'ufi I iktr^i .tuouancf fie Jtgr, " 



^cHOOVER 

IT ftft**** «M 4 emmeif m Skf*^ <Uai« 

n 

AUTHORIZED HOOVER DEALERS 

Hudson Bay Ccmipuiy 




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THE DAILY COLO>aST. VICTORIA. B.C SLXUAV. MAY U. 



1920 




Novel Effects in New Coats and Gowns 



Fabrics to the Fore in Bags 



IB warn, m*** 

with fllftla halidta. I^mr MTt 
ramnlnii. (rots oi»nei how^t 




Pmm. «fm M ttae batU of Uu 
lt39 sprlng-aummCT season, an 

Ilka unto none 8h»pa», 
handleR. fabrics :u!ii ■ lu l.ist«llngl 
h?ar the .stamp of variation from the 
uld ordrr of UiUiRi Ui t>ji«8. 

As Bti inAtaiiLf of ft clever ooutur- 
irr caprice u the model imported 
from the hoiBB' Ohanalt leheistf 
w one of ttis asirstt and amartait 
of tbs siaBaii's crop m nttodea. 
lUa tailored netansle of flat enpe 
U provided with two smftll metal 
rings In either ilde Uirouirh which 
aUpi a Htir rtM '* go&d chain handle 



as smooth u a rope of heavy sUk. 
niftfc is CDS extnme in oootrastt 

K«Bt in polDt Of surprise Is the 
checkered pouch wttb a norelty 
black and wblle woolen mixture, est 
on a out-out sQver flnlibed metal 
frame tbat is notbtiw U not modem 

Novtftr wool m bold stripes of red, 
Maek and wbtta forms a stnarUjr 
ibaped model with a narrow a&uble 
metal handle. The extreme In 
oddity u reAched by Molynpuxs 
polka dotted callskln with curved 
ripper lop. 

The envelope in three-color 



ntrlijed woai from Chanol .seetm to 
have no point of difference from the 
customary type, but the actual dla- 
tlnoUon Uea in t2w fabrte itattf and 
In -thfl cloi&w Tr"'*r'****^ v^ch 
side instead of at the centre ol the 
tnme. 

A trim taUored bac In antelope 

or very fine suede, credited to Le- 
, long Is thf model aleo given to the 
; cut-out frame, in this case tmo that 
' extends In preclae Unca to the sidet 

of the rectamtl*- Thw i-; m gold 
I metal. Is provided with a auap f« 

carrylni in the hand, or It may be 

tpcked under the arm. 



PhUU{5)e eL Cia^i on Favor 

Con'ipr^>nii6C on I ,oag hruck 

P' ARTS -Stranitely eiKi^/ii M 
Oastp/jii of t-he firm til i"'lhiJpf 
' r' ' iiisUin tar from b'-iii»<, iM'-' *1 
rt,^ Ifnirth <^f Itir Rklrt *-lU be dr ■ 
I ii-ti'!i!i>-i.1 by thf iiitlivirtiial, lie b«- 

I I ik'- Mary Nowliatty, he thinica 
t>. :. l«fs abouM be in vhdenos If 

uiiv are attmettve. Of oount. tar 
\ evenliv. Uie lone frock Is muob more 
iailurlnff. eapedallT when developed 

in ft diaphanous material unch as 

tuUc or ■ hiffcn Then the --kiri nia- 
, ijnich Iht flo(»r and Half n-vi-dJ liaJ! 

.■unreal Lrim tngI^'^ and iliapcly 

IcK-- iiii'. ttm « no! aW. Monsieur 

( iiisti n Iia.s U> f>ay 

I -Wfiat have been our alnwt" be 

echoed. "Pnasnt stgrlas are In a f uU 

stata of snhitlae. Itwre axlsts a 

graat rivatar between the sbort and 

the lont frock. It seeou to me that 

in the rnd wp will have lo rome to 
I a cnmprninlw by ailoplinK 't"" ^hurl 

, fnx ic f'-r <lay wtfir under coat s and 

< h(Wf thr viTv loiit; fobSB loff ffiMBftt 

I hav l.>f*'i! rtorltlni; In this di- 
Tfftinn Ulis year ^^le leminlne sU- 
hnutte might be aald lo be dtvldMl 
in two ca Ug crtM tht exCnAdto 
ler one. tor wtom tttf taWs to 
. icr. more adjuned and wM 

t>rinc<iRBe. 

"For others the taliu- c'-tmrft a llt- 
I tie lower and th*" robe straightrr. 
My Idea ;ind rrfiii^. '. has been not to 
■ uriifnrni f;i.--l!;on Afl#r all. Ihe wom- 
,T, Ah. I ;;jvi not Uic figure of a 
> niancqum -and Uicy are lO the 

majority^-etoouU be in the mind of a 
couturier when he ereatas his stylca, 
"The talent of the modeiist must 
be eclectic and be must know how 
lo draw from every ftUhoutte the 
iiiiaCaU advantage- at the «ame 
time reqwctLng the t«ndenciefl of 
fasblon> 

"American women with their dom- 
inant wUl have brought ma to thts 
point. They want indlviduahlv. Thta 
year we have been nwnii a ^ a l y guid- 
ed br Uielr tastes wSilBblv* untfSB- 
aUy oooBldwd mStmutf mcmtlfH 



Rough Silks for Summer 




Paris Mirror of 
Fashions 



By ALICE BdAXWELL APPO 



W 



Lsf^-Whlte Cnipe Dreai With Jumper of Knitted aOfc attd WooL Right— 
iSimlHg Df«B and Awkgt of WbUa Ilajab. 

DX7S to lb* vgiralenoe of qwrts- { 
wenr or U«ht weilbi and sheer 
woolsns as weU as knit t ahrlM. sUks 
that are quite rough In texture are 
of ooulderable importanee for Am* 
OMT ooatwnes deiicaBd ttm m«w 
sporta. 

Therr nre ntimetOlie •Ofcs of 
Orienui oriBin such m ttusah. rajah, 
ahantung and the Ilka, used lo a 
rtgniftrff** eateot. n 
alUt weaves oombtne this desirable 
m^oMW with the soft ffllnky .<!il^ 
fetL Added to their charn\ of an- 
PMranee to the agreeable fact that 
they are meet pracUcal In their light 
colortnRs, brlTK washable. 

Twcediah or mixed wtvjleo daalgas 
vo far more oonalstant with thaia 
lowh tortures In an «Uh naterlaft 
(taSTsodh aooolh weana as enpe 
de Ohlne or Sat erepe^ 

HO matttr how desirable to umart- 
neM tn the oostume for active par- 
Udpatton hi sports, the matt«T of 
oomplele comfort must be given 
prtaM eonsUtoraUoiL Oolf things 
M out to enow full play of the 
ii fwiia M in the two-fabric costume 
Ulustratcd st the left m which the 
iSdrt hu deep beUows pleats in back 
^don ttie «lMi« inttlt. 

Thto amplr fun «~ * 
mush crepe to aeeocnpanied by a 

,rtaJ, ftleo out wBn w» aMffS « 

comfort- 

Fre^docn of movement U provided 
in the Une« of the tennto ooitume 
at the rtght-thto oomprtolng a 

crock of rjf 
vast front, pleated skirt aM ft JftOet 
a( Ihe [tame materiaL 

Smart fm- riding In tbe8prlnc«nd 
Summer arr breeches Of 

-ihirt of rotton of Un«n ralBar IhaO 
wik ahirh ha* greater wamtlb and 
• coat-UUed )acket of fl*>gM Ivllll 
l^hMM * 



HILE the.Parli coUecUons of 
the haute couture do not 
make a point of cotton tabrlcn or 
wash droeaes to any extent, there b 
a slight development In this dlrec- 

UOD. 

Worth shows cotton rep and plaid 
cotu>n voile, Lanvln several or- 
gandie modeLt. Lecomte and Patou 
blou-v-rv uf wtwilmble cottons. 

Stnpea appear in men's shbtlngi 
as waU as in siUca, printed or W*fen. 
such as ergpea, eUfroa, tstfeta. U« 
silka. Manmr satin stripes are 
noted on self or eootnsting 
grounds. Charvteristlo of stripes 
u now employed to their um, 
horizontally or dlasonally, exoept 
for a frw niodflf, whrro thgy ftie 
worked in ix>th dlrecUona. 

The principal use of plaid hUkj U 
tor the dresA and Unln« of ;m rn- 
aembte, Iot bloutc*. and ' i -"^ ' t 
trlmmlne of ftolld color rmcmbluK 
of hllk and wool. , 
Wool piaida in self or two-tone 
patterns are used for taUond 
dresses and suits. 

BOfc ohacfca appear ellher woven 
or printed in eqnares of flhepberd 
design on erepee and twUls, 
with occasionally a note of check in 
printed chlllona fiilk check* are 
used Ukr silk plaid* for r>n.5cmbteA 
and trlmminiis. Wo<il rhpcks are 
used for tailored emits und dresaea. 

A new collar from Lanvin is In- 
teresting. On a dreu of blue with a 
white vest, the flat band collar U 
seamed at the back, makSnt It half 
blue and half white. It erossas at 
the throat and buttons one end 
over ths ottiv. 

On an evening model from Lelong 
an unusual botem, long In back, 
reaches the breast in trast. where 
it to knotted on SMli iMg with long 



AUDfOON LACS POPTLAB 

New hag Alencon lace been more 
popular for elaborate Ungertss. Some 
inodeto appear to be w m p oae d ex- 
cluslvety of the lace wUh narrow 
plptoiCB of banana crepe de cmine 
as trimming. One particularly en- 
trancing nlghtffown has Alenocn 
lace for one whole shoulder strap, 
the other belna: wide satin rWiboTw. 
a'lt.h i.he locf appliqued on the skirt. 
When the lace to deep-toned, it to 
best With white or off wtatt* 




Weather Coats Are Straight 




Thr OrMk kar mout 
blouM wnub ta BlippcS ntc 
wbiw uUa ikUt Tbt 
raoienuBt u smart. 



Miwrna iba «aMe 
mc asa MaA sai 





Un- RrrrrdtUe «r«n caat in eabardlBfl Wd iMlftMette. Owtw—Wef^W raw 

la hannoolslM "™ 



Por all underwear the simple shades 
ere much belter than theatrical 
comblnatloiui as black and beige, or 
bniliant greens. Pink, banana, soft 
blue, beige and apricot are the moat 



STRAIGHT Unex, notched coDars. 
xoomy pockcih and trim belts are 
the P'U polnto in raincoats that are. 
vnught from a variety of matertato 
proof against shower. Bo smartly 
fashioned and nioely tailored are the 
Spring weather ooau that they may 
serve as sports wraps too. 

color, eut and workmanship are 
matters of no amall moment as dto- 
tifi f t'''**'" g eleukents of really hand- 
storm eoats. A few ol the 



Fabric Hats From 
Agnes 




A bL' iMfuiai thgQtheidaefe 
lees sporu frook of pt^ue OB btbar 
cotton to that of whtt« Mtin whleh 
may be tubbed. H ises smart frocks 
cot with the low badt are sceocn- 
panled by black velveteen JacketJi— 
another indication that black and 
white to a combination of fastuon 
furor. 



Spring mod^ are xemflbM^ equally 
as good looUnr on one slda as the 

other, whleh fact aUows a UtOe lati- 
tude for Indulging one s mood on a 
rainy day. 

A new fabric to )otn the ranks of 
rubberized materials is Jersey, smart 
and pracUral. therefore leaving 
nothlnu to be do-rtrcd. 

In llnr tt-lth thp prrs^-nt fancy for 
green is the coat at thp left, a re- 
versUile garment cxxnbtnlng gartiar- 



dtoe and Isalbmtte In a aoR itwde 

ol green. Its moat prominent fea- 
ture to an unusually wide belL 

Quite the reverae is the almost 
string width of the bell tiiac dcHnf-s 
the waistline of the centre coal, 
tailored In a novelty rayon moire 
cut with the easy saddle shoulder. 
lncllnln« towarti the mode mtotto 
note Is the third coat of swafger 
uma, double-lii iisitirt WA Ik k IWf - 
elty lealherette. 



nrr Qoodi aconotr. i«t 



T 



HE four short words of 'he head- 
line ai« endlnwed with real fash- 
ion signlfynnee in this Bprtng sea* 
eon. when straws have reached such 
importance tn the millinery mode. 

Agnes, ths modiste of ungues- 
tloned genius In oreaUng and 
iaunchins really vital hat styles, 
again Apnnsnrr. fabric types tbat 



mu.n be fn k eae d as vt pwt eeg»- 

cem. 

More and mon AcM** charm-be- 
.^owins models— small aa usual and 
of varied fabrics instead of stnw— 
appear In metropolitan ooUeetUms 
preeenled for the Bpnnc. Andthstr 
ready aoeeptattee by modish wenen 
with an hwtlnct for ehooslixg the 
most provoklngly fUtterlng hat* ir. 
an assurance that fabric inodeto are 
destined for a very lengthy sUy. 

Not for ihf youthful aloiw are 
these vest ixx-kct edlliona m haU 
designed ITir more malurr fac** 
fram«l liy a smart, and be<wnilng 
style of cmtluro may wear the fab- 
ric iiat rradlly. Lines do not always 
follow the contour of the head In 
oap faghion. Broken Unea, dyapas 
and siviestod brtni add WMb ™ 
to such a ehapeau. 

Rats of supple material— ribboa 
latln aod novelty knit fabrics, an 
the Acnes answer to a demand for 
parfeetly fltUnc mUUiieir that to 
easily adjusted at^ at all times light 
on the head. 

nirae of the most interesting 
aliapws from thr numfrow.'s ri'cent 
Imparts are iilu-oLrat^^ ITiat of 
satin, draped r,.i n'si-d to the head. 
Is deslgnM ' ; t - "IdT dignirted 
woman, and (':nbi«iic» the AgncA 
gtEOlua for flattering lines and an 
aUtnIng stmpUelty. 

Bummer krimmer, a SprlngtlmB 
novelty knit fabric, to used for the 
bandanna list shown in side view, 
cut to nt the bead closely In a 
graceful forehead line, with a torge 
jaunty bow at the ear. 

A shallow cap ts this devely cJi- 
eelved one in bias grosgraln ribbon, 
out in polnu defining ths hairline 
and with plieHng far a trua thai 
sweeps ths cheek. 

Broderie Angtotse or Bnglish rye- 
let embroidery Is another medium 
used for the draped type of tiny 
Spring haL 



Paris Sponsors Accessory Sets 



Brimmed Straws Arrive for Summer 








STRAWS are destined to rrw h 
the helghU ol fashion prom- 
inence thto Summer, according lo 
modeto Men in Paris ot tote L.eAd- 
ing modlstex. tn trutli, are doing 
very lltUe with felt. oooceutrnUng 
Instead upon brimmed straw 
ehapeaux — their jcuccees last year 
Tlrtually assuring an even great« 



to turu^vm brim 
worn with ft grent nany 
tfwwBi ay Jgftn 
■inkMgy ddtaeittsck 



of Uw 
PatOHk 



modtotes as Marts Alpbooaine, 
Agnes and Baas Psemt. 

XxempUfytnc the dovn-iwooping 
brim are two modeto shown above, 
that from A^nea of rrd bengato 
with an extreme curve at the aide. 
•Ktended to Itais by the wide velvet 
In mlMBc shade whbih 

iffnikfr ft sladi tn the erwwn 
and ttae AM on the 41e brbn. Lan- 
vln^ Mrik Bangkok faced In blark 
aatln takaa a asduDUve Ittie about 
the faee of the wearer, revealing the 
flChair. A MOB 



LefV 9mm hmtrnm at iMM Aneera J* 

ir— m wufc 



i mi r ui ta ^ sim- 

ul^es a tong bla> n ^ iUi 

To ths other extreme— and these 
for sports— are bereto and soog 
■bapss of such i i ia t si l e to ea |My. 
looee fcmt aogorm and i i wrtti ai 
Sne DeeeatV makft aMM IB «trSpm 
natebea a scnrf tkat Mas, aa mas- 
trated 

Wtien the modiste does use f^ 
the medium which Canadian wom- 
en are incJmed to fav.>r over an> 
Other, the tfmpe » 



fltiine and ihc brim decidedly irrvg- 
uUr -one side lying flat on the 
crown and the other Jtttltat out hi 
^ *^ ataaet to the 



Straw Hats for 
Sports 

SPORTS hat-s from PYenrh 
- iste* fhow much narr. ■ 
and the nhape-* are quite bminet- 
iike in outline As an exampta one 
model o( yellow bakou m raadkira 
alas has a oanww iir iw iil -back edge 
aU around. Tbsae more rertramod 
arte Iwla taava the aflar- 
fNft (« IM Mt «rotn»- 

a 



tan-nsli 



wltfi •iTrul"(*tf morifwrum Rlsht— In»mi*Sg SB 
Lafl— «iu crape Mid !•» Ml vits nHai feA 



T' 



"niaks In a sartes and 

an saen on crwwns to f^* them to 
brims and for ihe p'iriio'.«- or ad- 
justing ths ennrn to th*- head slse 
One Im p o r ta nt milliner nhcpw* rinr 



iaa type. 
Ookr to popular for i^sts. A 
el nd Banglkok is trimmed 
wHIi tfeRfua narrow bands of itnm m 
fad.UiSB and Wage. Another straw. 
Where Itmn to ths dceorauve f«^ 
lure, usee four narrow pe^eJ sttips 
plaited tovBlM hi k wf-ttttlfftta»- 

bow band 

NATUBAi. roMrtira mtAWS 

So manv ^trawi )n natural color 
are seen in Paris that it is believed 
they will contlnii'' along the lines 
they achlf^f^ last Summer, fre- 
(^im t ; T *rrYi n« lo complete the 



Inverted tucks on the brim at each , brown c ostn m es that cwtarteri In- 
Bldr of the felt model, iMflBC Ihe done thtS MggB Ik MMB A 

ihghtty rtpplsd- lexienfc 



OTAU.T dlflemt f abrtes take 
km tn drrelaplng the motif* 
to trim searf-bftg and hat seu 
LHtter or felt supplies varlaUon in 
the daeoraUve medium In tlUa ac- 
oMbory cnifwhle that moreassa tn 
un it and kBportftODe. 

Boarte m the matai are original 
hi their method of omamantaMon 
thto eeason rather than in their 
fabric or shape in an error, to of 
fer diversity from the hand^colored 
type*, style leaders are mtrodudng 
hand-embroMered geometric de- 
signs, and appliefl incnutations t^ 
sharp cont/aat m fabric and color. 

I*^lhpr m ooloTs Is Incnutied in 
iKivel r(i»nn*T 'T, thr b-'.if kanha 
srart and iMif •■.■■■"i'n f""ill- 
lrt-I>iuc*'l. and frarf 'ii^ In \hf long 
Myle that pradofninatM thu^ days. 

Tim vogiw of plaid silk exUiwlj to 
■oeessortoa. as wltns^ thU gay set 
of scarf and be« from Bimon 4c 
Oans Kach haa a elmutoted mono- 
gram tn black and rrd. and the bag 
U fitted with a Rold ring M slip 
o\-er an extendM farnellan 

When the acoeasory set in in 
a hat It may be o( felt »s pinutrd 
rat IncrufUUons repeat the motif 



two 



gf «h» cnpe o< whlcb the triangle 1 fOk df^r 



and bag are made, the Ult^ 
bordered with plain crane in 
shades. The string belt 
in motifs to match. 

The Mg square scarf k not yet out 

of the picture, but at pr»wnt the 
long type meetJ* fashion npprovai. 
Ttie new phn--'- -f *ri:,..L> !• a 

mtoe betweeii lau U'na and the 
triangular out 

Chanel Chooses 
Red and Blue 

R0. ^Kmsored by Chanel t<^ 
afumoon and evaolng and 
used rxOuslvtfy for the f'-ni '-t n 
crepf'. for the latter in Iscf- m.i d 
pallletted maleriala. Is a ^i-^ i- ^ 
sbntlar to henna that it rr.itriit 
be mistaken for thu Hch niwi- 

CThanel's blue fir erenJn"; f>n!r ;ri 
net and chrtTon. Is a vrry brU;r,t 
■hadf of consld«Ti»ble Intensity that 
df^snds the soli^ning influence t< 
«rtmriai itghi lo make li wearable 
for tne ma>onty of 
CSMnK ksaa tt hi 



• * 



(0 



.\>\ 



M 1 1 - 



) ") 



CHESS COLUMN 



Bjr T. H. PITBB 
(AH Blghte B«MCf«d) 
BLACK— Cftpfttalann 




^t\f■ puy Ls the tmd at tti* tMne 

't r.u'h follows; 

'.VHITE BLACK 
;:jp<4R3 23. KRft 

tf Rxi'. 24. N B 0 Ob Vim the 
pxchance for a r»«xL 
M. QM3 M.IIK4 

35. N B s as. Prtt 

20 R I N as. Q K B 3 

27CJK2 27. RxRP 

28 R K 1 28 R H S 

29 . P R J 39 . R H 6 

30. Q K 3 30. R BT T 

31. P B 3 31. q B 5 
9S. QsQ ». RxQ 
93. RxP S3. R B a 
:)4 R R 1 34. K Q 2 

Black (orcM the druw by tbe 
dm-icr of doubled Rook* m the 
sevfnth raiik. 

as. R X R P 35 R (Q a> q 7 

36. R * B P Drawn 

A gAtnp tTfm% the Teanj Toama 
■ in which th" British chmnpion 

k.<p9 thp initiAUve until a arrlps of 

e»chan«cA force* a draw. 





WHITE 


BLACK 




Vaf:, 


C'apablanca 


I. 


P K 4 


I P K 4 


3 


N K B 3 


a N q B 3 


3, 


B N 5 


3 p q R3 


4 


B R 4 


4 p q 3 


&- 


castles . 


5. B q a 


6 


P Q B 3 


S . P B !» » 


7. 


P Q 4 


7. B N a 


S 


B K 3 


ft. K N K a 


». 


P Q B4f 


t. PxP 


10. 


NxP 


10. Owtlas 


11. 


N Q a t 


n. NxN 


la. 


BkN 


13. BsB (R 4) 


13. 


NxB 


13. BxB 


14. 


qxB 


14. N B 3 


15. 


Q q a 


15. q B 3 


m 


Q R Q 1 


16 q K 3 


17. 


q K 3 


17 P K B 4 


18 


N B 3 


IB PxP 


IB 


NxP 


19 P q N 4 


20. 


P Q N 3 


20. PxP 



for White to maln- 
q B 4 In order tc 
N on lu oetttm 



It L- ...■-.■n;ial 
tarn II I'liun at 
safcvimrd his 
tquarr at K 4. 

21. PxP 31. q R N 1 

22KRK1 33. RN5 

Tlif remaining moves are with tne 
iiugraiti at the head ol ihe column 

Our next 15 a model (or the closr 
treatment of the 8h»UUHi vUh ■ 
brilliant fVnlah. 



WHITE 
1. P K 4 
Z P K N 3 
a P q 4 I 

I. B N a 

N K Z 
Caatlee 

P Q B 3 
P q 4 
B P « P 



BLACK 
1. P Q B 4 
1 N Q Bl 



a. PK4 

4. pqa 

6. P K R 4 

fi P R 5 
7 F X N P 
B PlP 



a 



Black 5 development In Inferior 
enabling White to open the Itnes to 
ad van tag e. 

flPxP OPxP 
10 N X P 10. q N 3 

11. B K 3 n. qxp 
13. R B a 13. q N 4 

T^e proverbial fate attends 
Black's capture of the q N P. I! 
12 Q» R: 13 N»H, P»N; 14 
B g -I M ^. s ifi. q Q a. u4 th(* 
Black W L'. lost. 

13 P X N 

14 N R 

15 Q R 4 

16 q B 2 

17. N N 5 

18. N K 4 
18. N q 8 

ao. p q 4 
at. BxN 
aa. NxR 

33 . q q 3 

34. K B 1 

afi . q q 1 

36. B K 3 
17. R Q N I 
28 PxB 
30. K N 1 
BlMk rMUM 



NxN 

n N 1 
N B 4 
B B 4 

K R N a 
q R 4 

P K B ) 

N q 0 fih 

23. PsB 

33. RxN 
RK 3 cb 
R K 7 

q X B p 

B X P 
BxB 
q K B 3 
B K 51 



a4. 

35. 
36. 
37 

as. 

30. 
30. 



CREKS SEVfH AND N0TI8 
Cob lend - Midland Countlee 
CTnlon— BtafTordiblre beat Lelceater- 
ahlrc bv P' to 2S. and ao qualify 




tUmmtj Brnth 

Ihfl hwtant abowUni 

i'»Lb«- ffmlij fr*ww Htm pnr*m, 
nr-tilj-nii sniff prr«jitr« tinn ami 
II iMurinn rxquukil« KaintinrM 

llnWWlrWM nhmgrn fc« hon. 

VoHMMi M rrrU ^mimh»mH hi a 

j|-f td Cmmmilm^ Wr« 
iUlkaUMltaOptMt^ 
i jujMfcM I ICkt. a mha 
tj^r^mmtd Baby Inn" 




ACROSS 
1. Mystic theoeopby. 
6 Bon of a Klnt: 

11, Pf-riitan lake 

12. Rlvrr in Southwest Umt«d SLatea. 
ly ExlflUnv. 

ifl. Wllbered. 

17. Loud DObML 

10. Dry. 
10. Color. 

aa chmeter «( AraWu Mlglitk. 

22 Poem. 

2.T t'poii. 

2A. Membranous pOOBh. 
'i.'y Narrow openbtt* 

27 senior lab.). 

28 Abortclne of Japan. 

39. Town In Holland. 
31. UnUL 

3X Loyal. 

33. noor cover. 

84. Wrong. 

a7. Part of ncBch Intfo-Ghlnft. 

40. New Eogtend state labj. 

4a. Bitter. 

♦4. ^ir-beailBS tttlDMlit — — 

46. Tavern. 

43 Draws away 

50. A nvwA orR&nizaLlon iabJ. 

51. Bom 

Oa. River in Bohemia. 

oa. 100 (Bonoa). 
54. sett*. 

66. A bristle. 
57. Performer. 
OS. Btghwoy- 
60. Kind or atone. 

' DOWM 
I. Roman (od. 

a. Martian. 

3. Sable. 

4. Bevcrane 

b. Fanner 

6. GeomeUw figure. 



nowN 

T M;i'i"r 'riiiir'.f* 

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13 E> r trifled partlelO. 

14- LabQimtori«%. 

ao. RlnrlnPolaad. 

31. AM. 

M. etenc» PIMM- 

as. naylnt cards, 
30. smaU Island. 

30. Ponder. 

34. Conducts 

St. Fabulous bird. 

30, OoddcBft of mlaehlef. 

39. Seek to obtOllL 
41, Inactive. 

43. Oo up. 

48. Dtsentan^e. 

47. Close la 

40. Mesb work. 
58. liump. 

60. MA 

57. Doctor (ab.). 



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AMIWCB TO rXHrXKUAy-* rVIJLLM 



for the fieml'ftnal round of the Eng- 
lish County ChAmptoa<ihlp. 

Southern Countie-s Union — Ad- 
judication of unflnlxhed itames give 
the following resulU: E>isex win 
from Kent by 8', to T, and Mid- 
dieaex win a«aUut Surrey by 56 to 
40, and BO Mn for tlio ieaioa by 3 
points. 

Ttae Boost Law Trophy— The 
flnal for the Mason bfivean the 
Patent Office and the Board ol 
Education was won by the former 
by 7 to 3: the Patent OfBoe tbu* 
retain the tnmby won last year. An 
old opponent of Bonar La« at the 
Olaevow Chess Otab b, we think 
the best player on the B.C. Main- 
land In the pemn of Mr. B. H- 
Blane. of the Vancouver C.C. 

The British Boys' Champion. 
at Hastings ejuled in the victory ol 
a, Craddock. ajiod fifteen, of CardlfT 
High , School, Mfcond, Stacey, of 
Hove:* third. Poupard, of Ramsgate 
Twenty boys compel/^ Tlie Cham- 
pion.-hlp 'it the London Secondary 
Schools hw been won by U\e Wil- 
son's Orammar school. Camber- 
wrll, who soared 4-2 tn the flnal 
with the Regent street Polytechnic 

Capablanca vs. Twenty-One Play- 
env— The Cuban had a severe tost 
tor hU opponents were sheeted 
from the seven counties nearest 
London and the OAetropoatan CO 
He won IS, drew 4, and lost 1. the 
winner end two of tbe players who 
drew being prp.vnted with eou- 
venlrs. A .vr<md display sgalnol 
twrntv-nlne women and leven men 
fsult'-rl In hi^ winning the whole 
36 garner, but one of his stoutest op- 
ponents was the nlne-year-otd 
Prtnceas Tatlana Wlatemaky. 

United Stales— Dr n L l^derer 
director of the Bradley Beach meet 
has received th*! following accept- 
ances: Dr. Alechttv F J Nfarshall 
Bd. Lasker. A. Kupchik. A Keviu 
H. R. Blgelow. Lajofi nnd Herman 
Stflnrr and 1. S. Turover. Dr 
Alechln'5 rec#*nl eihlbllionfi, the 
first ftlnce hlA triumph at Bucnod 
Aires, in which he haii coiuumed 
more time and Inert a gnatet 
percentage of lossaa than baa been 
his wool la flbe pMt, would Indicate 
that (Ha tttlo toOldor oeads not only 
this aellttt partldpatlOQ In etaeos 



before entering the next champion - 
xhip match.— Bogton Onrtsttan 
Science Monitor. 

Tlie Style of Capablanca.— An 
able crlUc'.i view nf the Cutian'a wtn 
from Mlchcll "'nils game Is an ex- 
hkbiUon of patient effort on Capi- 
blanca's part lo turn a tflght po^i 
uonal advantage Into a winning oti>- 
More noUoeabte, however. Is his 
adoption of Uw hypar-modero 
treabnent of tlie opening, a style of 
chess we beUeve he adopu with 



rrhiciaoce, jrei suitable poealbly U: 
u taste for early defenitva cbe»» 
u the opening of a game. We oan'f 
iiiiii;.'Uit' Morphy playing such a 
»iur With a ainoere faith in the 
<.tieA8 t>)-tuti.H of Cupiiblanca. we teel 
he is uiiju-it u, liLs rp»l talent Ir 
•id^'pUnK hui h a >.tyl<' sucoe-ttful 
i-'ii'ijjiH lit- niiiv lif- [lirr«'bv 

■ There iiud Ix' A diKiUty to a 
preai master'!, c hcft.-i Lhal wUl not 
let It descend to the mediocre. 
bla»m or ocmmanp^oa. ArtlMry 
sttfrom thereby, a owrtctykno a 
chess imrely resuHs 

A treat nuuty ymn ago this 

(Tiiicai ihought of the wnier nr, 
more pronounred when the French 
defe:u'f wns S' rnii;ii« p'-pttlar The 
move I' i. :tpi\ ' I r K 4, waa 

derlsi^' "- 'I'-'i- ' Ki'ti: ■■ psiwn one 
uiaak- Ii; Ui>- : "J^t ' '. riii.ny bril- 
liant g;inii ? fr-i.i. ii^' >t'-m-h de- 
trmr was ui;j i't ..ii .r. 1 i^iwever 
today we have iiuiiieruii.s Pawns 
one sneak tn the hyper -modern 
school- Of course somebody wins 
eventually and usually the better 
(dayer, but not because of such a 
moogrel gtyle of chess. Btelnlte 
when world champion, adopted » 
retreating style of chess Chf&< 
players laughed at It, but he 
won with this style because it at 
least involved a strategtral plan his 
opponcfit.'<i did not understand 
E)ii;iiiiici Lasker understood such a 
nia-.i'sy and the fitelnltz style was 
th.i.. defrat/-d Dr Ijisker has* been 
coiifrani^d by ihe hyper-modem 
cheAB and defeated It by fine, 
straight, understandable strategy 
He has not adopted ttils modem 
style, not because ha to old-fasb- 
loned. but because he hag no faith 
tn such ehaotkt cheas; baoause It 
fumlshes no basis for true strategy 
in rtie.v - the hlpher thought that 
appeals to the real chess general 
Capablanca Ls capable of surh 
high standard. The writer, tieraiise 
of hl« admlraLlr'n for the Cuban's 
talent, de-'ire<, onlv that he respect 
It himself ;' h:. F. VxTf^ tat TbO 
Boston Trkii-.i-iip: 

Dr. K lAfker B latest book U tbus 
rOvtowed by The Sulsae lltiwes: 
"It wotild be rsdi to say that 
lASker's phUooophy wlU retain Its 
value. But the positive results of 
this work are manifest In the realm 
of chess. It 15 for this reason that 
tlw sixty- year -old master Is not a 
stcfnUa XX. but rather a Lasker t, 
and iKlMUM ihs ealf^aa* oO lOs 
line." 

Air Mail I sed 

Canadian Vxpcrters should note 
the air mail farlllUeK now available 
tn Colombia and Ecuiidf.T. writes 
Juiiie;! CunntiiV r:,,iia<1i"in Tradt* 
Coniml^oner ai llavana. m the 
forthcoming tsme of Tt\e Commer- 
cial Intelligence Journal. The Bcad- 
U Airway System now provtdejt a 
dally service between Barranquilla 
and Oiradot 'near th** rapita! 
Bogota) and a Wf^'JcIy sm-\rr a.- 
far ai Cartageiir'^ nnd Bwfna Ven- 
tura Another rompmiv i;i orrani/.- 
Int; an air lin*' frnm ("iiiayii'niU 
lEcuartrri winch U' nlrr-nciy rm- 
neclcd by seaplane lo Bucnavrntura. 
to Payta 'North Peru), which will 
link up Peru, Bolivia, Chile and the 
Argentine wttli tba iwesiiU BeadU 
servlee. 



WOULD UTILIZE 
PRAIRIE STRAW 

Interest Revivt tl in Pro 
po;,iI to Miike Paper 
from ^Xastt• Product ol 
Western rarms 



4Si 



BEm COLLECTEU 



One or the largest grain elevator.^ 

■ rh" world to be ctinntrurted al 
]■..-■. ; .'. , n.->::j;i.i. hsvinR 124 
Alios, each with a storage capac.ty 
of about 360 tons of grain. 



Many auto hl^wayi are to be 
oonstniet«d in Panama. 



SOUND AUCTION BRIDGi: 

By WILBUR CWHTTEHEAD 



Bidding No Ttamp WUfc Tiff* Vn- 
J froteeted SaUo 



10 6 5 S 
B 4 S 3 

K 3 
A K « 



* S 4 X J ' T 

V 10 76 L ,vq»fi 

♦ f 0»A10 97 
^ Q J 2 Lj^-i^ 10 6 a 

4k A K Q 
V A R i 

« 8 & 4 
4h 9 a 7 4 
AttcllMi Bidding 

South. or\<> Nn Trump] all pass, 
ronlract fliddtng. 
iBl Rd. 2nd Rd. 

S 1 No Trump S No Trumps 
w pj<f Pass 
N 2 So Trumps Pan 
t Vmnn Pass 



sAuxMT rot^ or -m anmnto 
AaeCSen: 8ottth*B Ud «f one No 
Trump lllustratag the accepted prln- 
rlple thst a No TYump may be bid 
onginauy with a hand eontalnlog 
tour quick tricks in two siifta. when 
neither of the sutu Is of biddable 
length, ev^n with tbe other two 
suits unprotected. 

Ceasnieit The same remark sjp- 



but also aome oondttkming as wall pUee to Oonttaet At Oontiaet. 



however wifh rliis hand. Ni.TTl.h o.-.- 

Bistfl South, and South a-isumlng 

North's support to be m Diamond.*: 

and Clubs, veniurrr. the game bid 
of Hme No 'TViinip-- 

Tiix riJtr 
West open.i his only fntir-card 
suit, leading '-he 3 of Diamonds. 
Declarer comes up with' Dummy's 
King and Kast-West make four 
Diamond brteks. Had Declarer not 
played the King, East would have 
finessed the 9 and the nwult wn^iid > 
have been the same. On the inu- 
mond trlrk«, Df^larer dl.M'^rd> n 
Club frr.ni h.^ oar. hand .-vncl r\ flub 
and s l^'-arl Inni Dummy, retain - 
Ini? f-'ur .Spadiv. in r>ummy in hopes 
of rwLdbliAhink! A long card of the 
suit 

Whip-hevcr .■aiit. the advenwrles 
i I'Tlarer get« In and 
uuf-.-i 111.''-" muiuls of spades, and. 
as the advene apadas are evtcriy 
19)111, e rt ab Mghei a long %iade in 
Dummy. Declarer takes one round 
of Reuts on the bare chance thst 
the Queen wUI fall. Then entering 
tSummy with a Club, he makes the 
long Spade, foUowlns which he 
LricA the Heart flneAsr us hi.> best 
rhr\nce fnr eamp Tti*' finesse auc- 
ct-f-TjAw. iJTi.iriT Tr.akes tn all four 
Spade LnckA. three Heart tricks 

and two Ctob krlcka» sufflolent for 
game. 

OaprrlaSl. ISIt. AneUen Br14t« HuatUi*. 
fae- OlHClll«!«fl b* atU Bvodlcau. tot. 



A resolution pnsent«d at the con- 
vention of the 0nlled ^nneri of 
Alberta urged Immediate action to 
' investigate the posslbliar o.' a straw 
rwpcr Industry In Albsrta. Recently 
th'- linited Farmer! of Bsiimtehe- 
wan Kuve evidence of a stanllar in- 
tere.-.! in ihia matter, loocint: tn 
' early action Thua, after a itate of 
apparent dormBiiry for ,nnie llnif, 
attention from irifluenctai sourci is 
being directed upon the iamentable 
lack of utUliaUOQ of whai is a tre- 
mendous and increasing raamiroe m 
western "■Ttadn 

The matter of the aoowmile dU- 
position ol the ceraal straws of 
Wsstem Cfcnada. anonnous mppltes 
of which are available every year, 
has long occupied the attention ot 
the Oovemment. the Canadian 
Paclflc Railway, the Natlonsl Re- 
search Council. Industrial develop- 
ment boards. Boards ot Trade and 
other public bodies Allowing lor 
the great inerease in neid crops In 
Westaq OMiada enr;, •■. -..r the vol- 
ume ol tlilg mitenai annually des- 
troyed m the Western provinces 
cannot be much short of ten mUUon 
tons, m Sastem Canada a use for 
a great deal ot this straw ts found 
la the livestock IndiLMry. and in the 
manufacture ot .sirMw board, but In 
the West, the wholesale bumiryi of 
straw plle^ after threshing has long 
been a regrettable feature of sn un- 
balanced indu.stry. It is little won- 
der that Western ranadlan furmers. 
engaging In this destruction year 
after year, exhibit a keen Interest 
In tha BMatblllty of thcr straw pile's 
ecflhomle uflllsallon and a present 
totAl waste balnt turned Into a 
souree of pnOt. 

Varkms schemes have at various 
times be«n davlaed to turn this wast« 
product to profitable tise, these com- 
prising rabrlsaClon of pulp und 
paper, building blocks. MIe. fcrtUllcr, 
pas and lumbrr For .-iome time 
■;iraw ha-; been utilized by n rnm- 
p;iny itt Trrntoii, Ontario, fcr ihi 
monufarture of straw board, and h 
plan to o^tabllAli such a plant nt 
Winnlp<^ to take advantage of 
W'f-^frn rr^rjiircr.s ua,-: mooted A 
M.-inltoba piant L« ensiiupd tn the 
manufacttire of insulation board 
from flax straw. Oreatest Interest, 
however, has centred In the pos- 
sibility of utilisation In paper mak- 
ing, of outstendlng Interest to Can- 
ada since the Xkimlalon is premier 
nroducer of newsprint and anxious 
(o T^in'ntatn this position. The pulp 
: r l [I'-irT (irlii^trv hai i1»velooed 
I ■ ■ ■■ , ■ ni niiUT ."^o thuf. 
(";in:j.i.i -. ■*<.f)ii^ r»"-ourcf5 have betn 
Itu-rea-lnclv drsv-n upon, a oom- 
mcnrppjent hnvlng bern m^d<' upon 
th.xe of the Pralrip I»rov1nrp.'! nnd 
there Is a natural and wlde-jtpread 
interest aa to fMurw asgvUaa of raw 
material. 

Ttitre Is nithlnK oroblematlcal to- 
day nboui the uUlisation of straw 
in tius maaaer. A few years ago 
a well known London morning paper 
published a complete edition on 
paper made from Canadian straw, 
and more recently a United States 
dally did the same thing, definitely 
lining the oue.-'rtlon from theory to 
practice. Shortly after tlie war. 
Tinder the sponsorship i»f tlii* C^na- 
dian Paclflr Pailwav n nn'thod for 
the ijtr.ixatlon of flax straw in thr 
manufacture of pulp for conver.'-ion 
into high-grade n|per was perfected, 
and writing paper produced on a 
commercial scale which was ror 
.tome time used under the letter- 
head ot the then preiddent of that 
rallwav. the late Lord Shaughnessy. 

Since that time the Development 
Branch of the Canadian Pacinc 
Railway hni kept in the rloscst 
touch with thL! problem, co-operat- 
inft wirh Mr Bache Wllg In ronner- 
tion with hi.s ."^pTlal procevi. and 
with tlif fannriian Forest Product* 
Laboratory in the experiments it 
carried out In connection with that 
process and with the Oovemment 
of Albert* to Ite efforta to get that 
process estebQ^wd. They also gave 
pracllcal a<isistane« to Mr. DeValJD 
and h\* n.M^oclates in their etforti 
to e^tiibll/h the Industry In the Weal 
and mpeclally in arranging for 
.weral hundred hales of Wertrm 
straw to be '-hipped to Europe for 
a commerrui; test In plants estab- 
Ushud m France, wbloh pnmd en- 
tirely successful 

As a mati.rr of fact, the manufac- 
ture of paper pulp from 9ereal 
straws, dstia from the beginning of 
the art. and to far as is known It 
was the raw stock from which paper 
was fint made. Esparto pulp Is still 
made la larga quantities, the grass 
being imparted from Spain and 



301 YEARS AGO 

the Hai^ family besan 

to make Scots Whisky 

The reason for Us 
world-wide popularity 
^ to»doy Is 

INSIDE 

THE 

BOTTLE 



ihia atlvertiscment U not publialieU or displated ))y the Lriquor Conuot Board or by the 

Government o( B^Itbh Columbia 



Africa. The great ^qnnaUm of the 
paper Industry with the Increasing 
drawing upon woods resources drew 
attention once again to the pos-M- 
bllltles of straw, with the result that 
much Investigation was undertaken. 
The Canndlan Pacific Railway was 
active in thU from an early date, 
expending considerable sums in re- 
search and co-operating m .ihip- 
ments and aiding in other ways. 

The Otnremmcnt ot Alberta be- 
came interestod, made Investigations 
Into all known axperlmentai pro- 
cesses for tbe manufacture of pulp 
from straw, and in 1931 made ar- 
rar)gemenU<i for laboratory test,-* on 
what t.i known as the BnrUe-Whg 
procos- by the Pulp and Paper 
Division of t he Fnreitt Products 
Loboralory at Mimtre.'I R<y.iitU 
were rrnilirntly »n'lftf JC*or\'. It being 
demon. 1 r,ii''<i undi-r f^emi-rommor' 
clal cunctiLii>n« that f>t,raw pulp was 

riPrJiT^y suited to the manufacture 
of ^Ip and paper products, Tbe 
Ttvatt states: "it seems Justifiable 
to state that this process will yield 
a pulp from straw of higher un- 
beaten strength than sulphite wood 
pulp end with closely similar yields 
on ti wciRht basis" The Bache- 
Wllg proce5.s. It went on. ■ further 
involved no mdlcnl departure from 
the standard sulphite process which 
gives It tbe advantage of brine able 
to utlllce present-day wood pulp 
equipment In the manufacture of 
pulp and at the same time have tbe 
advantage of requiring very much 
leas power for the reason that the 
barking, shipping and grinding pro*- 
ceMies are eliminated- 

Tlie Alberta Oovemment declared 
that Ihe manufacture of paper pulp 
from the cereal straw of the Prov- 
ince had been proven feasible, and 
opUm^tirally rxprc^^cd the belief 
that U ■.v.-iiiM Iw only a Fhort tlin*- 
before A plant would be in nprratinn 
In Bdmonton. Dlfhcultles Q rrr h >u - 
ever, encountered in i n t r 1 1 ng 
atpltal In the enterpriei* The time 
was not the best for the securing 
of tovestment fund<i Interest ap- 
parently dwindled and the matter 
hax been In nhp^anre ff^r 'ome time, 
i.'ntil now arfivrlv rc^inected under 
what would .ippsar to be more aw- 
pirioiui ronduioas by the farmers' 
organ izaoons 

In the Industrial expan-^trm the 
Prairie Provinces are errperienring 
and their swelling amhiii'int :n tin^ 
regard there would ^eem to he more 
hope of this enieriMlse being brought 
to suooBSsful conclusloa Certam it 
la that tbm la a toemendous re- 
source not alone belag uautUlaid. 



6i 




A loeLg-dlstanc* teleplMme 
far>sway MoUier wnaU pleas« h 
aartkiat else on Moihera' r>ay. 



to 
■are 



tkst 



B.C. TEI-EPHONK COMPANY 



but abaotutely wasted la Western 
Oana^ eaoh year, and whQe the 
ocmblne reaper-thresher, which In 

its operaUoos leaves Uie straw 
standing, seema destined te oodm 
Into evaT'lnereartng use. tha straw 
resources of Western Canada wlU 
always be vvry Isige. There Is noth- 
ing problematical about the making 
of paper from this material, rnd 
Western Gonads han other advan- 
tJiRe'i for the industry In t!ir way 
of salt and .■odtiirn MiIphAtf deposits 
It would ■■nr t'l- '-giially cer- 
tain that Uie paper which WOOld be 

made from this aouroa will be ra- 
ipdrsd. 



A va.Ht amount of sclentlfWi and 
economic data, much of It coUectMl 
by the Conadlan Pacific Railway. !• 
available U> those InteresUd With 
Canadian msources ot all kinds com - 
tng in for greater sttantlaA tha Ume 
should soon arrive tbt alttlsa- 
tton for one purpoot or other of tha 
grant straw pOas vbleh ranaln after 
tte^y wotiay aaaaoii to Wostem 



A chlneso railway recently erected 
at Harbin. Manchuna. a large four- 
siory priniing plant, an asyltun for 
RuMO-Chinne orphans, and two 
launieal wards for tba Oaatnt Boa- 
pltaL 



MISS ADVF.NTl RFS 



Swoons and Swings 



By Mary Tuttle 



1 <i 'f. , 




1 ■ "O"':^ 






M thoughi 

* of Q 

thief 
Jl Victorian 
soini 



Vifeuld 
shalpG lilpe 

a Icof 
Slnd fall 

in Q 

foint'. 




But/ "bhe 
''^ croob \\)ho 
sets out 
On a modem 

v-io,,H'- f rail 




m Wish, 
beyond doubt, 

in (jail. - 



Fourth Section 




Magazine Features 

' — -T- 



^0. 131-SKVENTY-HKS r VKAR 



VICiOUlA, BlUriSH COLLMBIA, SUNDAY. M AY 12, 1989 



Great Britain and the Dominions Overseas 



OUTLOOK ON 
LIFE CHANGED 
SyFFERINIi 



DICXENS.LAmMIAIIK 

tittl* DorritS Churth In Soath- 
wmrtt OeoUnd ia Uuiccr of 



Where His Majesty Soon Will Be in Residence 



EARL DEMITS 

His LATdAltlp -f \vifsJ..ril IUi»nrUd 
Army l.ut 



Apparent Dislike of His 
Royal Highness lo Kndless 
Court Formality Now Ap- 

* predated by His Father 

COURT CIRCLES TELL 
PATBETIC REMARKS 

Sovereign's Conversation 
With Nurses and Doctors 
Indicate Appreciation of 
"Extraordinary" Life 



-pHF psycholotrtc-al ffffrL-. ut h\K 
1 Illness on thp Kii^i; wrc iaul 
to br remarkublp TIk-v an- .ia di-^- 
tlnrily '■vidcnt a.'- thv physical coii- 
s€i;'.ii'ni-".'. Hi.'> Mijt'Jitys outiook on 
Iilc in hin ixMiuon u a moiurch 
luu undnim • deelcM etouic« 
Recording to bast-lnforiMd opinion 
la court cirelw. 

WbAt Cht chance !■ may be best 
e tui a m d br Um words which he Is 
md to hvn uttered to one of hU 
nUTM. "TToU h»Ve learned. Betay, 
u I h»Te. that a kln« u aiur nil. 
JU5t B very ordinary kind i^f nian, 
but one *Jm hos to liv*? m :t '.<'rv 
nx Ira ordinary kind 0* w»y tiiat 
vMid^-umrs -u^emi to haw •» UtUa 

•.Mis*' In It " 

It li ttk-o said i-hiH moiT or le« 
the (r'-qui'n* theme of the sov- 
ereign ■ ' Mi:verRaUon8 with hls 
nurses and di-ctors, who understand 
him better than anyone el»e, for 
Iboy have seen him through a long 
n trf— and through niffering that 
oould V rthend only by opiates. 

Tt la not to bo wondered at that 
altar an Hta Ma>e«tv haa been 



-me Church etf St. OaorfB tlw 
Martyr, more faralUlfly kMfim U 
Luue Dorrltl Church, it, aeoord^ 
lAg to db«ialehai from T . i»i d n p, to 
du^or of rollapw. City trafflc 
puilnff t.be hiHorlc church, made 
famoua by Dtckena' novel, has 
grown heavier of late yettr& and the 
vibration has loosened thr old pt'.- 
lan. The BlAhop Ol South wark 
ha» appealed for 135.000 lo repulr 
some of the damage and to raake 
the building safe for oommunl- 
cute and vudtora. UUto DoRlt'a 
Church lUnda in the borouffh of 
aouUiwarfe. a tMrough oonnected 
with the ol^ of London by Black - 
frtera, Southwark and London 
brldgea. In the midst of nvemlde 
whttr\'es and glsssware inanufac- 
tnrii".-^. u f*r\'e.\ one ot the poorer 
and mor*- roiiiffAted pails of the 
threat city. I'lie church stands on 
loundaUon stones Uld by Uie Ab- 
boU of Bermondaey whahb ftbout 
1123. they huUt there a ooimitt. 

Miss Beavan Huns 

*MlM Maifaret Beavan, farmer 
Lord liayor of Urarpool. haa ac- 
cepted ah Invtuuoo to itand as 
Conservative otcdldate lor the 
Evcrton DlvWon of Liverpool Co). 
U, c. W90<|Doek. the present mem- 
ber, la rottrlnc- ^ 

EMPM SHOWN 




Ejthibition Galleries of Im- 
perial Institute Continue 

PopuUr — 350,000 Vis. 
itors Last Year 

PRIISCE'S FARM IN 
ALBERTA SHOWN 




CUT IN NAM 
PLANS MAY BE 
PflUTlCALCRy 



Mr. MacDonald's Promise 
of Parly's bupporl of U.S. 
Proposal Challenges At- 
tention of Public Speakers 

PKtSS COMMEM S 
APPROVE SCHEME 



Lloyd George Said to Lean 
Towards Acceptance of 
Theory Which May Force 
Gcyverhment's Hands 

CINCE thr ,.;:»!. -.oiiii.enL of the 



Since the Imperial Institute 



wnarable (ram hw way of life have 
bf-rome clearer to him than they 
vrrr brfore hi"* lllnew. Whm he 
»^ni to the «a wall at Cra gwcll to 
.rf thr crowd below, which had 
born allowed blT hla direction to 



through, the artificlalltieft in- rropened in IWfl lie exhibition gal- 
' ' lerles have grown steadily In at- 
tTRrtivrnrr^?, and It Is clear from 
thr ;>■" ^rinncs nf livit year that 
their popularity l-s Btill increasing. 
The Inatltute was visited Ih IS28 by 

^ . nearly UMOO persooi, Ineludintf 

Bithcr on thit ^m. he said to one ^,^1 tbUdna with 

of hi* staff: "It l« g»>d to see real j ^^^^ toaoher* Moat of the children 
htnun betot* M^ln. I could wisn , primary, central, and 

I w«n one tS them ' (.ccondary aohoolB in and near l^n- 

How the monarch is able to sym- , tion_ jjut one party of eiRhtv rame 
Mihiw with and underhand the | from Batin\ and an- 

AM\^ot the Prince of Walea fw Q^^er was brouahi from H*.ulngs, 
rrri-morfv and the endlMi'l0OOMt» The reorganisation of the gallenca 
a", ro-iri conilnulng stcadUy, Conslder- 

Ahlr progress was made in 1989, and 
an luuds and tune permit It ta In- 
tended to brim every oourt up to 
the standard of the New Zealand 
court, the nm to be remodelled 
when the InsUtate waa reopened. 
With Che Kid of grants from the re- 
ipeeUve Qovenftnents and from 



. ... , . J I .1- (mm *k« mtr rtti «tw left la fh* RcMind Tower it- ; : 'vate apartment* of the i?oyaI Family are on the right 

V'^'Xe^'d^^W^rom'tfie*-^^ ^-^^--^ wiSTTdouble row of very on «tj« 

▼ The ^^^™nomwam •"''"'^l^ uru Windsor Great Pnrk r Thames, not .ihown in the picture, <un. on the left of the CaaOc. 
t£ the town ol Windsor neen ,n the lower l.f, h...d .orn.^ 



URGE TRADE PEACE 



AastraUaa < hor>hea Dedan 

qf Problem Seal* With 
Tne Brotherhood 



In 



INJFXT BRBCCflll 
INTO EIECTION 



All app*al tiy the churches 
s-iuih Aufliralia. pn>bably unique in 
tf; rf-prrsentatlve u n a nim i t y, baa 
been made in the intareata cf Inm- 
irtel pMM. The atcnatorta Incltide 
thoae of Che ArcftbUhop oT Adelaide 
(Dr. Spencei. the Bishop of Adelaide 
I Dr. Thoma5> , Prtdretrk Bullork 
preside n t of the Cr^u nci 1 ot 
Churches, and the prexldents of 
the Melhodtil Confer'*nrf Baptist 
Union. Chnrche* ol < hn ■ fv>n*tre- 
gaUcnal Union, Prci;hyL?rwn AJtsem- 
Uy, SalvaUon Army. Sootety erf 
ptlanda and the Unitarian CAiurch. 
The appeal points out that the In- 
leresU nf the community sUnd 
above all others, and the people are 



MARK mmm 

OF LONDON ZOO 



Flgny HlppepetaasBa Sent by New 
Koik Xealagtcal Society Jelaa 
bi Oelrbrailmi 

Tlie Ijondon Zoo. which ce!ebral«I 
lU one hundredth anniversary 
I he f nd of last month, com* 
priBcs only thlrty-flve acre*, hut 
all through ita history it haa 
been world-tamoaa for the 
rarity of Its collerii'iom it Is per^ 
hape the only soo tn the world which 
boasts of the p<rfttenesa of lu In- 
habitants. For what other eoo hax 
an Indian mlna bird which can Bit 
on a perch sll day long and call 
pawr.H-by: "Hello. heUo, how are 
jovi? How are you?" Thla Utile 

yr-iiom' -leg from India nob only 



FaeeUoas Coouemlng Mr. Baia 
wta'a " 

winniiig a repuUtwo pn "laiV 



urged to exhibit kindly toleration in 
Qr*wal«'"^" ""^"^ ""^'^^ °' I industrial problems. As Australia ... ; J^ji"* '^^, Km- 
mmated model* haa been «ihsi»n- p^^^t, wtth an tndt..strlal ^P^,"" "iiSSSfrf SS 

tlallv mrrea^ed In the pajt year.' situation likely to result in a wide- Kington accent Thousands of Lon- 
The la'■^^i•. liivj, '. ii . iKoa estate in . ffpimd clulocailon of trade and com- 
Xmudad. D^uh^U We;,l Indies, wlUt [ ^^j^p vartou.-* church leaders 

mUfil hrsiltlflillr modelled little , |f.it that they ought to unite In a 
15 Winning a — ■ — - ^figttfga—coUecllng the pod* from the I tor good will, irrespective o( 

tAblM. In Kngtand broccoli has ju«iy^ Another recent addition Lj^^ p^rty creed 
won a triumph such a* no veget^^. ^ instructive idea of cotton I 

howev« goocuMt. haa ever "f^OTed emuv^t^n on the Oealra Plain. 6u- 
hTfore nhas booonw an eleetlw ^ one of the most delightlul 

, I of all shows the teeming wild life of 
Premier Baldwin U responsible ror ^^j^^ ^ us home, and waa 

imunchlng broccoli mi Itj path '-^ ' niodeUed by the dlrector r. son. who 
iwitlc*! glory- In his speech ft ^ j^iry inrmer in Kenya In an- 
SJSJvLanr in which outlined tlu- ^^^^^ diorama the Prince of Wales 
SSSrvative poUrv r-^i"^""'"' 
uttr eaur«aa«l pndc at Uie psogreaa 



-imagine with what plMwre 1 
teamed the other day from a friend 
X> had just returned from Cwn- 
JSu that, owing to martet grading. 
™BiiUsh broocoU has b^^"* 
^^utnlottM continental markets, 
deSte aU handicaps Thal> an ei- 
ample of what can be done- 

Now. broccoli is 5eUloin in<-' with 
. u U'ndon tables, luu i - i -n»l 
-ind Labor paper* 1>^*"»'"''J.^.^;^'^- 
roll and they have been >J 
w Baldwin day m and «|*^.'™»; 
ta the Baldwin policy? they ask to 
^yanis And gleefully Um oppoBf: 
Uon chorua shouts bacfc "Broeooui 

Ur. Baldwin can laugh dm the 
tvoMOUlvsue 



La seen riding on his ranoh In Al- 
berta When the PrUfce law thU 
model he declared that it was tx- 
aotly rtght, and was astonished to 
learn that Dooa ot tha arttita had 
visited his ranch. 

BQbK FlOyUtD 
NATIVE TO DFATH 



PEDAISfilCVCIE 
AUOii!) tUANNEL 



Se^mid FF^nrhman lo Areompliah 
r«ai Makca Trip From Calais to 
Banr on Modified Bike 

Thr EntU.h Channel, that narrow 
^rrr". .,f h-ippv water which sep- 



don children wish they knew how 
the mlna bird aocptlred It itt the 
hills of Bengal. 
London's Zoo la almoat always 

crowded, despite the twenty-flve 
cents admission charge. It geu 
not a penny of municipal fundi and 
Is supported by Kub,M:riptions of 
membent, together willi Kate receipts 
and money from r(inrefi.sli>n.<.. Lack' 
InK all 'he natural b*auilej ol Brorw 
Park \U\s hi.nonc too In Regent's 
Park ran Mill hold Its bead high 
ai Uip end of 100 years. 

Tlie centenary was something of 
an (;veiit, but one ancient inhabitant 
of London's Zoo Is dlsUncUy bored. 
That's Bopa— (ha flant ffrooved tor- 
lotae, saki to be more than 399 yeara 



" m th«Bnt*ihXUefc(old. When the London Zoo wu 
n«.i ««aui b^en conquered by B»n., founded £*f^ 
For many yeara, ainog the boats of 



JuUus Caesar cr o ss ed it. the' Chan- 
nel refuaed to yield a sale path ex- 
cept lo ihow who came to ships. In 



with an elephant, a camel and a few 
other jpeclmeru, Sopa was a healthy 

stripMne of 150 yeara b*«kiDg on 

thp br'A.h >i: Aldabra Island, in the 



supper I should feci that I had noi 
Uved In vain. 

The truth of the matter la that 
me nntlah elector frowns on loo 
lOuch eertousneas In election cam- 
oaicns. The voters are happy . to be 
!rrved a datoty portion of broocoU 
nlong with the heavy stdaka and 
pudding* wblch the eleeUon araton 
ao oltan live them. 

VICAR OIIPSGATE 

TalllAnt Cleric (»ive» Obdttrale Lord 
el Maiter Urasd Defy and 
Wtaa Oat 

In onler to raacfti the cburah onir 
mninc reoenUy Uie Vle« ui Ooefc^ 
in-ton iDtvon*. Re». H. C. 
Studdy, had to clttnb the galea. Thh 
stale ol affain haa oeen brought 
about by the Lord of Ihi- Mimnr 
. lifting thf path to (hr parlAh church 
.Mnnc '-<rM'' hours The 
iHtriahoners have miaiiuiiously cf>n- 

,ni«d Mm aeUon ol the vicar and 
.hundk counoU in eommandng a 
Gteiioery Court action agalnat the 
Uiffd oC the Manor. Ur R MalfcKk. 
Kir a declaration that pariahonrrv 
have the right on foot or In vchtclo 
lo apivwwh Uie parMi church at ever. cooUoue to use 
anTins hour* and at ottK VBam» [tooatf tna 



Brwtal Crime In Transvaal Hriogs 
Ten l.*.*hr» 

Mr, Havei4:!i. Acting Minister of 
Jiatloe, haa decided that lb* mb- 
tence of seven yearf hnprttoomant 

^_ - ^ , with hard labor, and ten laahes. 

"If J could feel."* said the Premier I qu Bethel (Transvaal) 

fti the Press Pvind banquet recent- f^^mer named Nafte In connection 
ly "that I could make »t possible ^jjj^ ^^^^ ^^j^^ ^18 nath *- •^••r^Jiit, 
for ISr. Ltod Oeor»e m Uie years to [ ^^jj ^ j^ny executed. The Oov- 
have a UtUe broccoli with hi^ i priunent ha.-; received a petition a-ik- 

' ' ing tor the remission of the la-^he.-*. 
Nafte was tried on a charge of 
murder, but the Jury returned a 
verdict of culpable homicide. It was 
alltfed that the native was thrashed 
sevtetly and tied by hla lec to a 
uw. head downwards. Be died of 
shock as a result of his Inlarlaa, 
wMch Included broken ribs and 
a broken breastplate This was the 
first time that a nogging had been 
ordered tor s while priMiner In the 

Ttmnsvaal, «nri Ui? duv thr Aenteiire 
was passed thr Prune Mmlstet 
lOrneriil H«-rt/ng' ordrred the pwt- 
ponement of the inOictioD of the 
luhca pcfMling a fwvlaw of the eaaa 
by the Aciuid UWmm of Jwlio*. 
llie aentenaa ma vtolaatly attacked 
Ui the NatteaatM Pnas and the 
jadtt fldr. Juatlee aolomon) was 
Mouatd ol beinc nafrophlls u 

front In Africa 

AlthoUCh the line of houatfwld 

elactrloal spph«i.<-rH in ttie tTntoo 
of South Afrl'^H I." ri'H w|di*fipr»^. 
Uie electric iron h»» l»»K-omr piipii^ 
tar and Is u«ed by nearly all hou<i>- 
wtvea iJTtng m a city where cur- 
rent iA avallabi'' The natives. Iww- 
the old -fash - 



?*;worthy etaft manned by expert- 1 1"'*'*" ^i^^**^ T?!'**' ^"^^ T"m"^ 
encedaailm In 1975 the ftr»t of the cabbage and bananl.^ rerteciue- 

Channel swlmmen made ttir du 



tanci'. and In 1009 a curloiu contrap- 
tion aalled over It by the air route 
Now a Frrnchman, Rani;! Vlr«tent, 
has pedaled across on a sea bicycle, 
being Tiie awOMd to aflOOBBptlih the 

feat. 

The Channel did Ita utmont to de- 



ly, then hhufBes away He l-t .*o 
old hlfi heavy armor creakb, and at 
that age centenaries become t4re- 
^ome. 

The latest American ambaasadtets 
of good-wiu arrived in Bnglaad a 
few weeks ago and la now at the 
zoo. waUowtng in oool. green water 



leat I*, vmconl. talsing high seas , or feeding on luscious bales of hay. 
and oontmy winds irtien he left the She li Jean, the pigmy hippopota- 
Prcnch coast at Oalala When )i»|ntt> Aram Bronx Park, who was »ent 
was within .<Ught of the clifU of 
Dover a cross current swept upon 
him, and he loot ground for an hour 
A.t one time the chain of hu hydro- 
cycle broke, but he made the repairs 
alone without thf aid of his convoy 
His time was five hours and flfty- 
minutei. 



ASTHMA RESEARCH 

Aptsal r«r Ca-evatatto* W AO W- 
fcnn Made by CiniB la 
kl Leoden 



over at a gift from the New York 
Zoological society the wmtanaty 

of London'a Zoo. 

MANSION HOUSE FUND 



A VmERABLE SCHOOL 

Celebrate Chlgwell's Unbroken 999- 
Year Becard— IB 1949 Bat One 
Boy Attended 

The taf«9a(cnary of OhigweU 
School was celebrated at a gathering 

of old boys from all parts of the 
country The school waa founded 
by Samuel Hanmet. ArehbUhop of 
York, on April 13. 1839. Prom that 
time ib» school has maintained au 
unbroken record In aplte of the fact 
that In the year 1840 It was reduced 
to one boy. The mhoaH't man 
noteworthv scholar was William 
Pemi. tiip rounder of Pennsylvania, 
and in recofinitlun of thlR fact It la 
proposed to tniiltc ati uppeal to 
Ameririin frinuL^ to 6ubM:ril>c to the 
t*-! i ( n"H.^ry n n'oiorlal. whlCh Will 

uke the lorm Ot a new assembly 
hall. The recent celebrations were 
organlxed by thA Old chlgwelllans' 

Club. 

WATERS ENGUIF 
FiSUjiVILLAGE 

Pahefleldr ea Baal CeasC OradoaUy 
ItlMirisgnr Laiv Waltca «C 
Nsrih Sm 

The little English Hshtng town of 
Pakeneld. near Lowasitrft. la aktwiy 
but snraly faUlng a vletlm lo the 
eneroaehmoit of the North Sea. The 
erodoo of the part of the eastern 
ooaat haa been gottig on for cen- 
turlM and a considerable part of 
the old town site is already under 
wat^r In the lost vi-ur^ thr 

sea ha.i Advanced eighty Iret, nnl 
dunng one day in .January it »wrpt 
ft»Tiy A pf'"'" '"'''^ elghtf^ii 

feet in depth 

Road.i thai were tiuv ^'-li tm- 
vrled arr riow under uu'^t t ■ i.'! 
at the ed«r of th« t.lill laiws^-.'- 
,if IT J Hr-oTi r\. old 1 r . ji 1 and the re- 
mains ol houfica can now be seen at 
low Ude- What was formerly the 
vUlage green l9 now burled in the 
hjkL. In the last thirty years 
ninety houses have collapsed and 
have been pounded by the waves 
untu their foundaUons have beoanu 
part of the ocean bed. 

One of the hUtorlc landmartu of 
the village, the church, a thirteenth- 
century building on a Baxon (ounda 
Uon. ts now thr»*Atenpd 



DIAMONDS m 
ALLIULIIS 

Reserve Stock of Gems Af- 
fords Compendious Meth- 
od in B.ilancing Recal- 
citrant Budget in S.A. 

$30,000,000 DUG AT 
COST QF $500^000 

Govrmnicnl 'ii Hir I'nion ol 
Sfiith MrU w Iraught with many 
dtni' il'H-s hut balancing the bud- 
get can hardly be counted among 
them. The probtom is eonvenienUy 
solved by the Nnmaqiialand dia- 
mond mines, which arc operated by 
(he (Jovertunetil cn J which turn 
deficit into ."urplu.s. 

N. C. llavpn«:a. Union Minl.tt*r 
of Finance, recently summaniwd the 
1B20 budget a>> foUown Rt'venue. 
$1»,AOO/)00; ex|K-iidiiiire. »i 44.000.- 
000. leaving a credit balance of 
M.-iOO.OOO. ftr morr than & per cent. 

Becau.sf of the wealth ol the Na- 
maqualand "diggingR." as they arr 
(»lled. the Oovcrnment is enabled 
to give the heavUy-tajied buslnaw 
man a rebate of 30 per eont on his 
hwome taut. The State mines pro- 
duced more than •39,090,090 worth 
of dtamondA for the eogt of 9300.000 
Nor are thexe atooet to be cluuied 
with the (•( ri;mon run of (tiAnv.'Mds 
if ();■;.<■•. iri'-o ri i»r yt hn- Ii .r ihe 
(kivrrnnii-nl rnrnpd an av^ntg- of 
t.^.'i tier carat 

In mark'-ting thf g^m-< the Oov- 
emment Ifilluwed, it ls held, a pru- 
dent coijr'.*- ( )iil> a third of the 
ouij iii fifi- bren ^M. and tlin has 
11. ,( 'if < n niouuh lo depreM tlie 
I ■ ' 'fLstderably lower the 

iiiie.. ,i[id pioflts of the privately- 
Operated minea 



The military career of the &rl 
>tf Aylesfom has ended with a brief 
animuncement in The London 
' ■iirette. which says: "Irish Guards 
-ir.ond Lieutenant the Esrl of 
A.'.isrord U removed from the army 
■..,! -dfp tt'ltiii.Hil leiup on March 
t I'tjy He lA the ninUi earl of a 
j ..,aK.' dating back to 171ft The 
*lK»le thing la sUted to be the result 
of the young man not having read 
the King's Regulations properly. He 
decided, recently, to resign from the 
army and take up a dvU career. 
Early last month he tianded In his 
papers. Instead of waiting for them 
to pass through the normal channels 
and receive his dischara-, he tm- 
medlateiy ab.wiit-d hiin.'.eir Irom hu 
unit and fiiari-'l i-n u .shooting trip 
In the KiL'ii, wli.--- h--- ^1.1! 1* 

LIFE RISKED FOR CAT 

Hundred.'! of people cheered the 
If -rin- ul Ji lat from the top of thr 
T'.ple ul St, Andrew's Church 
I -ngton. where It had bccti 
■!i,.nded lor two days. When 
,1' 1! 1 ;)?-•_' to entire It down failed, 
Mr. LuuLfi BeU. a young butcher, 

left hla abop in Caledonian Road O Anglo-French naval fsorapronusa 

Utst tiufluner, tt has been OttVlpug Qo 
anyone who has XoDowed arttlsh 
press comments tipon any phase of 
Anglo-AiDertean telaUom. that any 
such move as that made by Am- 
baasadCBT Otbeon, at Oeneva. re- 
cently, would elicit wann and prac- 
tically uruinlmtiufs approval ol Brit- 
ish JournftIi.-.m— u;., In tact. U dirt, 
suys the Loud'-'n r>>r: r-.[).>n Ji-nl ol 
The New York -ii--...'. '! iljui-- 

Tlic opinion o! Uu- 1-iril.Ali news- 
papers cannot be taken as com- 
mitting the Government. Many, 
even among the Conservative Jour- 
nals, which give general support to 
the Baldwin administration, have 
Iwen at loggerheads wiUi ii for 
■ome time over the naval question. 
This time, however, it '-an confl- 
dently be said that the uovcmment 
and the newspapers agree iB dp* 
plaudmg the gr*.siurf 

(o Uif d-'flii.t- ■■' a^tioi: 

which the British Cii.^crnnicnl wui 
uke. the predicUon la not so easy. 
The OitiBon speech came at a Urns 
when the leadrra ot every British 
party were busily preparing for the 
general elecUon and when it there- 
fore might have been gracefully 
shelved until aflor May 30. Thl:i 
may even yet prove to b** its fate 
IX they were able to point lo real 
pi o gr t as toward a naval under- 
standing with the United Stales, it 
notiid b*' viiiuahla to Oonagrvat^ya 
politicians. 

On the other hand. Ramsay Mac- 
Donald, in a New York Berald- 
Trtbone Interview, deflnltely com- 
mitted the lAbor party to accept- 
ance of the Olbsnn thesis and 
promised tiiat Ahould a Labor Oov- 
emment bf formed, "we should al 
()]:':f mtiKe oursriveg alongxlde the 

L'nited Stati"! • 

TTiere l.'. pvry rrii.'^i in ' i brllrvn 
that Uoyd (irorge nnd :f ,uhni{ Lib- 
erals feel the B«mp wav 'l iirr, fi"-. 



and. wtth the aid of a ladder, oUmbed 
the BtHgda and brought the cat 

down. 

mim \m 

HIIIBRIIAIN 

Nearly Three Hundred Vic- 
tims Recorded as Result 
of Cases Arriving by 
Steamer From India 

TOIRIST J RAUL HAS 
UNEXPECTED CHECK 



Red armbands. denoUnc oev vac- 
dnaUon scam, have become oom- 
monplaee on London 'gtreet*. Jost- 
ling on buses and the underground 
Is Ust-ed for the moment among the 
grave social ertora. England is said 
to be in the midst of a smaUpox 
■■scare." 

Though the epidonilo. If fewer 
than 300 cases can he railed an 
epidemic, came by fiun;;! bial Trnm 
India, the ^^•nr•■ ti a Preiich im- 
portation Thou^a^rt^ ! lUitlsll 
men and women have made a rush 
to get vaccinated. The narrow red 
sleeveband appeared In su^ vol- 
tone aa now to be olaaaed «a an 
adjunct of the Sprtng faablong. 

A qotstlOD fai pending befora Par- 
liament on health condlUens in 
Bombay. Bnglishmen or vtaltors 
travtflng to the Continent are suf- 
fering at the tribulations, sometlme.'t 
omUAlng. but mitinly vrry tr>'lng. of 



marked people bnr weeit-ender f»ced by the prot>ablliiy that Laboi- 



retumlnR from France \^ r<iM>rted 
lo have remarked wlthii\ (hf hear- 
ing of a French sanitnry in'>i»ei-trjr 
that hf had a "■imttll h(»\ and wa.t 
almost riapprri 111 Jail 

Yet u'ltti nil Uie increajied precau- 
tion iniphrd In the time of emer- 
gency, health authorities have been 
able to digoover only 379 undoubted 
caaea of smaDpOK' Can 37ft cases 
among 454)00.000 people consUtau 
an epidemic? Whatever England 
thinks about U. in the eyas of 
nmaoe they do. 



or Liberals should either win in the 
general election, might proceed to 
negotiate on the bails of the Olhgon 
.<ipc«ch. the OoasenratlTee are likely 
to see the value of sp eedy aeUon in 
dealing with the American tbaslA 



DUKtUFlUKh'S 
APPEAL ANSWLKID 



US m GUIANA 



Bee. Chartea r. Andrtwa fflaia la* 
la Sanlh AsaaHgaa OaAooy 
Haee Great Uberty 



The imporuUan to Brlttih Oulani 
of Hindu labor from India flrall- 
ha( resulted in a cnndlHon that i.n 
^>effl:^^lne to tatire thr nntl-ih (iov- 
rrnimi.i. 'orirem. Onr-rhird nf the 
(x>pulau..in u now Hindu. lor ihey 
have intermarried with the hlaoka 
and browns, aa well as with the 
French and other white mIdentJi 

iin the colony. The Hindus eame to 
stay and th^ have become not only 
leading farmera. but are in business 
.... .f-,. - |k0d commerce; they ha%e entered 

the profeaeiofLS ax »<"ll Th** home 

Started dome two years back, and eovemment depends upon Bntl-fi 
with the Duke York a/ an en- India tn lnfrp.-i,T Mic popij.at! i, 
thuslastk "preAldent. the National tenfold during thr next half cn'.N.", 



TRADE WTTH SOVIET 



Oldham 



Maaufa^t*^ Beinrat 

taaaia With Ovdse 
War* 9U9ftJM 



Beatlte BeaMaati Hiiaaei PHnge ef 
Walaa' Appeal far 



A letter hag hcen iMucd In Lon- 
don giving a report of the ptogr es a 
mads tn the Asthma Research Ooun- 
enis campaign for the sdenttfle tn- 
vesUgatlon of asthma, hay fever, ao- 
•ema. migraine* and allied disewsee. 
An interesting feature te Uie appeal 
which la being made to asthmatic 
wffer»r» t« co-operate. AU suffer- nJTiL 
en snd the parenta of aU eblldran *™ 
suflcring from asthma In Ofaat 
Britain aad Qw Ovaneaa Damln- 
ton ai* biBif tnrtled to asM tIM 
pampalgFi not only by subacriblng. 
but nning tn family forms, which, it 
1« hoped, will give valuable Infrtrma- 
tion lo the mfhienee of heredity 
in njtlhma and H^ dlaorders 
A rrp'jrf of pn>i.--'". i be pub- 



The MtT**** Bouae Fund for the 
nUef of the distressed areas now 

amounts to £900,700 A atmllar 
amount ha* been vot<«d b> Parlla- 
mcnt. Recent don.iM'ins include 
oar of tSTfl ^!''n'> f^^aUl'V Waah 

In sending tlte donation from 
8«ttle the Rev. J Rhya Kvann 
wrttai: Trom London to SeatUe. 
n the PMlfle BMpc. la a fftr cry and 
yet, whan the Prtnoe a( Walaa aiada 
hte appeal fbr tulp tor tha dgatltote 
mlnen and thi)r dBpeodcnta hi 
it was qcOokly and 
aympathctleally beard and the ra- 
to It. even in ttme distant 
parte, has been indeed both Renera,! 

mous Tliat tii 



J. B KuttaU, chairman of PlaU 

Within the , Brothers, Limited. lexUle machinery 
memory of the llvini the church wa& manufarturen of Oldham, has re- 



half a m]e fmm the sea. while It Is 
nov ir: .'' 1 1 1 ^ t < one hisidnd yutfs 

from 111'' ■■■.in ■■'ire. 

The puch- 'i - fUhermen who 
Uvc in Pnkefleld u. said to be des- 
perate. Most of them own their 
own houses and stay in them until 
Ute lagt momenL When the sea 
raaobes them a wall of the house 
craeka. a side falls and the house 
Is engulfed. 

NECKLACE OF FLOWERS 



Playtnt Fields Association has pub- 
lished seme of the direct and Indi- 
rect rcsulu achieved. A total of 
tab acn^s of land, to the value of 
tl38.000, haji been given to the asso- 
ciai Ion or to local authorities in 
responiv to the appaal and farther 
gifu r.r thlg kInA are stttl Mag 
received. 

Oontrtbutlons of more than (194. 
900 have beea made to the aaoela- 
tlon and ita branches The (Tamegie 
tmataea have set aside C200.000 to 
be uaad tor Chg pBiiteao or Inying 
out of 



VWY MEMORIAL 




KMlagtoa 



Bride iBtradnreit Npw 

la I^ee el Ovaaga 



When Miss Norah Dobbs 
teg ot Coton*-! c FKlrlle Dobba. of 
Bounhm'' 
Ba^Sba^ 



the"^v, Edward 



married at St. 
K '•njintit/'n. to 
Hit»*'r»hon, of 



burned from Rrtula with a £300,000 
order for u - firm Ha aayi (hat If 
dlp]pmaUr if-UuoRS boMuvi BiH- 
aln and Bovirt Ruaala were restored. 
It would be much to the benefit ot 
BrtVdh Industry, Money could be 
found lo fliwmce projects entjLlIIng' There now being erected on 
Uw eipendlturr of C300.000.000 VImy Ridge the most Imposing nt 
which the MiiKciiv Ocvemment ha* 'he Canadian war mrmorlali The 
in view Soviet w hemes tn the next detOcatlr^i thl* memorial un- 
livp yearn, he said. Include the pur- doubt ffi ^ ne of the moat 

chase of C10,000/KIO worth oC cotton, impreaAiv oi the many liilpi live 

dedicatory eergnoBlaa In the battle 
areas riikee the war. A auggeation 
has Dome to The Legionary thai as 
every section of Canada was repra- 
santtnl In the victory of the Oa- 
oatDan Corps at Vlmy RJdge oq 
April 9. 1917. It would be most nt- 
tklg If every secuon was to be 
represented at the dedication of 
the memorial. A composite bat- 



The Indian National CimnrfvA ir- 
gmrd-1 thu Unmlgratloo as purely a 
political question. To further the 
intereata of that porUon of India 
which Is working for Brttlsh nils, 
the Rev c F Andrews, a pottUcal 
missionary, has lieen sent to George- 
town from Bombay to stimulate the 
spirit of freedom among the HindUK. 
The Rev. Charles Freer Andrews in 
a pTofeasor In the International 
Unlvenut y of Bto lUMadranath 
Tagore in Bengal Ha la accepted by 
the Bwaraj paUtldana aa (hetr 
greataat authority on Indiaa eat* 
gmtlan. Re waa met tn Oaoiieiuwu 
wtth the fact that the Hindus enjoy 
gnater freedom in British Ouur.\ 
than anywhere elie in the wor','! 
and llvy have (trrsirrr p-iK.ilbUlti''.* 
for Rdvan';emT! 11 r Indiar^i in 
British OUlana are not hr;d dnvn 
by the trammels of the ca«te Kv»ieni, 
and after yeaia of rasldenre there 
have very UtU* In common wltlt 
their fellowB Itt Bcnhay and Cal- 
eatta. 



woolen and flax maehlngiy. 

"TAIR EXCHANGE" 

Ooif dab Hi 
aad Leaec TBw 
LabHed "Hagea* 

"fhf caretaken of the Moor Allen 



TAX ON JtAUUAGE 

Mackrtraie K»iaMigaa Yewthfwl 
Swain U Harry aai Defy 



gtecra alga may av«iJ thetns»-lv«* ol SutwWOpllege. shr introduced a new i,^. ^ w-raeitly p<jp with a note about '<«■ event They would, in ef- 
the g ea ai o ia off'-r of ihe HrutfUi fa.»h;afc by wearing a necklace of „,^), rending Exchanee no rob- feet, be re-enlUted. With ui» ro- 



Oovemmenl to match pound ("i 
pound collected for this worthy oij 
ject bv the Lord Mayor ef " 



Ushed annually and wni be supplied Fond i-his drait^is aMM flMr lha 



li^ 



aa«ita9 



miMft B» WftMB* 



■iinice bioaaraaa, Whtta heathar and 
Uianirocfc. Mlaa IXMa were a gown 
1 09 ivory aatln. the four hmnaKMs 
wore troeka of Nme-greaa ghUfaa 
or M«P9to 



Tonng man at WIDceden. near 
t/mdon "T am getting married, and 
with my fatiter's cociaeol t am bring- 

. ™«« , , Ing my wile home lo the flat The 

Oolf rJnb adjoining the Le«j« *^ "'^^^^^ jlandlord ha« noUfled my father that 

from the day I bring my wife m live 
rent «ih be locraaaed try to* Ad :\ 

«eek " Magiatrafta: '^v' l-' «b«'ir.|. 
Y<Mi get married aill4rty your laral- 
lord, and rertaioly 4o not pay any 
increaac In rent. Ther* 1* no Us On 
iMrriage yet It li no tnitnaw ef 
a tendlord if lUs laonot wBbaa t« 
lol marrtert" 



Ryder Cup courfe. were greeted re- "■•"^!"?L. 
cenitv iip^m mterin* 'he locker room trained and transported lo France 



bery turn aruwem to Th" name of opaiatton Of the railways. Heam- 

Hagen Buy It a blue cuu and it will atilp* Ihiaa and the general pubUe, 

whtotie -Yankee Doodla' Haftertr." th* Sloa eouM be canM oat by 

The lodnr-iBaoi hma bgga no- Uw doeggoMBt at no si«9t «i- 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. MAY 13, 1929 



Horse and Horse 




By 

CHARLES CALDWELL DUlilL 



H 



ANK WHEEUXTKB Am concluskw wu 

Uufc be toad eaum an % vsgniH mom 



fuU helghc when he had come to ■ fluiJ and 



he imHted its abttmtlty. 

iiafliii'.-iK? . . H»j move*! slowly lownnJ Ui*- 
uuLcx rttn or wtafeUMn^ M U ie^HUl leet the 
vlHaa mUcht illHii. bat tlia iiiIiim dUt aofc 
ntede; U beeun* if Miyltiliic men tuiglbla. 
mora cryrtjOjina, mere tmi*Mt*it Burely thb 
i>ool of fSQMfl IMMr M not bM Omc* IMC 
watk. 

B9 bi*]i of«v trulns Amni m tht cltaten- 
IBS MrtkM vltb bli kud: tf tie ««t« nutd hla 
neir KUte bad been accoinpllsbed with eam- 
^'iftenflMl He m-xt Lrti-^tcil ftngprs to w 
(xjaflmUkn of uu- riu;t bt-Iore him. Uc bad 
almoat expected a coot reactkm. but um 
MORft qC MCflBttbttad ir^T*TT btt ivlbltMljr 
Into Itft finiL ' itBBwJlstrty vmy spMlE 4C 

iiiilniatitui wii.s rTtin>?ul. Ii' *! *!!hi!; turn tlM 
■ ii)Tt:'--.i;oiL f;a_'i(i:nK :);/.n;h;^^ t^i iiiunl wa* toO 

complete ImmoUlity wii^t:.:^ m-ivi.^ '.tratQ, 
U WM 10 

wtilfini 
oredlt tats I 



XNn^M&M * dl4^gH^ e a ic r 

'arrylac He pOVdrr' '* :;r!:ice back liT'tUs 
toiiKue. He knew u-.t u^a uf it, the tasLe oi 
lb, and yet be vme not to be trapped unduly. 
He vblpped out Ua poidDrt mainlflBr. Hla 
nanriwW— voio nloBtHrt. nwnftmtniwt by ttw 
tnouitlatu or a IttetUna. BoraxT . . . Oould 
It be posaible— ber« by the raadwaT'i nm 
vKhln a day's Journey of the railroad? 

... Be lelt hlnueu grov anililwnly 
»d ho ted ttw wtt lo note tte» tto MB 
mwlBBO bumor to brook defloDOO. 



H 



Welcome Shade 
E moved ilowlj Into the truce ot a rocky 
MMvmUng fun lencth la Mi dbodov. 



wnmj'tO'W^ acftlMt turn tnrqnote iky. 

Th'rtr foTj! '■TprrLaUon* made Hark Whrflnrk 
ihijckle. In iplte ot hla cLxiy jreon he waa a 
Inng war fNm CMblOB kk tmb fo«l tm^ 
lardel 

to tho oool of omntof Rook Whariock wmt 

through the prlnilltTe K'~-''Uir>< ttf mOfkllV 
confines of hlJi pra-^ix-ct with blU of ihale 
chipped from \hr- If^nee that shelteird him 

Irom the sua. The deOnlto nilea for atakln.: 
0 olMbn te voo wpHVond to niMl, Iber. 
would be peoplo poaUng oad nvMrtns- In- 
diana for the moat part Bat tho deaert wn.-> 
caprleknii: 1% reworded whom It would. 

Toko hli own ooM far Inatonee: Bow aaonv 
Umea hod IM aeourod Ite UOnt. w q puma A Uu- 
to no purpoM. And thla aaoM ipot. with Ita 
ledge of rock that marked a waterhole of 
almost niiraiUloU'i sweetnpsa. how niAiiy tliurr. 

hod he loitered in ita faunt abode, inaooent of 
Uo boordf . . . XmI mk. wfaon te ba^ 
timnped eaitward to onettMr fntllo trfit with 
lortoDB, hla poth bod be<n wlthoat rerclollon. 
But oraxUgbt o nlxoda had h;diivt-iMd: o 
wontoo wind hod danced with tcsUirrint tIo- 
lanOB ocatMa the itarUt mfvu. (>irroving the 
gleomlas oood with tu twinkling feet, tcortni 
open qnlMant voodA la Ito tmmf, iwrtoBm 
elOM-locked eeereta. Would It be n'veRsarT to 
t«U Jim Bledaoe? Not rijthL oC. anyhow. 
. . . Wd taldB Ui Ite 



Thn0 Enough 



\^BU« there waa time enoa«h to aMtla 

that He wouldn't reach camp untU 
■ 'iitijt Twftlvr hoBirs of acjlltude In 
wtucii to wroiUo wUh ttw protteo. That waa 
enough for HV BMO. AAd te USL Hlo^ 
irtwiiiklliyi 

Bo mas wtth o wlndleM moon, heodloc 
aouth by west munching thin strtps of 
Jerked venlaoo as he walked. He vm a ipare 
eater on the trail and he drank from his can- 
teen tcantUy, barely moUtenloo hie 1^ The 
load loj la o oool tnoo oC Hmw o OTi Io rilvor. 
Invoking dnoau ahd fanetee and eatrava- 
frances. Rank Whoeiock. the new Borax Klncl 
}ir rufiicd with diUdlah pride at the' mere 
thoufbt. Thla last apeculatlon brought him 
■faarply ogotnat the quaatloD of Jim Bledioe 
again: woold te bo jaaUfiBd la dlMMag 
baa partnenhip at thla polntf 

or courw, no matter what hiA declnlca blM 
never let old Bledsoe want he'd be fTttUr 
And wtUi keen deDgbl be pictured hlnuNtf ta 
tba role of pofcrea dirtrthiiting iarg«o . . * 
OMoff onytio4r * dteoet ut»n wrt> UM! voa 
dUfercnt. Peoplo oew thanked ynu for what 
you were oooeeded were their nghLa, and the 
term ' p.\rtnf'r?Jilp" would Miioliirr any Im- 
pulae Lovard gratitude In Jim Bledeoa. To bli 
dylBt «7 JlB wottkl argua: 

■^all, wbo kao«o-tf Bank tedat atnuk 
If rteb OMbbo X vooU tevor 8M aald com- 
aHy one night ofOT tbtlr bwBa and conpr 

*a had a Dotlott T'tf rtm up toward Heron 
Falls for a apell . . Vnu ain't got any um 
lor that pook oalstol, bovo 7«T liMiOkf^ 

V^ Ud Scorn 

UAMC WBBBjOCK bad tried to veil hU 
aoorn uadw a ihow of indilXenoeo. 
oalmair ... I abouU Mr aatl" 

■^oU." Alodno bod npUod, never eon 
laD . . . t olta flffond then might be a 
likely lead in there . . . stUl, I kinder 
lean to a oouniry ttiat alnt eo all-nred ornery. " 

He speculated with a dcrlatre 
aoct of geological phllandiotng Jim 
w «V to ofound Bma Mt. A hA tombrr. 
In dl ' butbi d In o carpet of pim naertlee. fob 
of ttw muffled wbbr of quaii ooveys: MDtng 
water In laoy oaacadee down Ita greenly 
wnothcd eldoa. A plooa tor loaOng, o wgdL to 
rob you of owyttiav bat oobmbu o mm d»» 
■DoOer a< oabttiK . . . JtanhodgoMMb 
nahlmt. out woa It And one day boM Mow 
Imck into eamp with r m"-*. <'f 'n-it »nd an 
Air cif carrying the plundrr of an nmplra m 
hi.i straw- packed fWilng tiaakat . . . 

Ha. Hook WbMto^ «obU ba 
bocft o tortaao tad /bto 

llledaoe. wrxild throw down a 
hla contribution to th^ litrkpot - Not 

thla tlmel 11 didn't (ftk^ Hank whp*iork onr 
half cC blB oUoUad twoivo iMian (o eotUe tbot 



Jim filffhoe Rettimn 

'j'<)WAJU> U<i.vbrf-jik he Aitw iilar the curling 
K-n-y or a tiinip nre, and he knew that 
Jim BJodeoe was oboody bock. Ttali loet dla- 
torbod Ub: te taodat nelasoad on fiadng w 

nrtftly the iasue uppem.o- 1 Ui hla oiUid. Bat 
bli first IrrltaUon wii.-> M.<'.'(-ij^d by a sense 

of poignant Ui.lU'lpuUon U ^^ouUl bf ij'""! >>' 

have the ooOatqxjt already steuniuig over the 
bnah flxo and Booa tho boooo dnpplaia la 
tte ftyftqg PRO. It woold bo plaiMnt. tdow to 
•tiofeeh oat Is the grey-green c o otoe es of the 

williiw trrt\s iiiul i'jtnin.\ti- ^.\fr ,t jiipf vinh Ihc 
g>*iiiul imttcrInK* of iO<l Jiin Uledsoc wRhln 
hi^'h: (ind earahot riuis, midway. beLw(^cji 
chuckling eatiaf action and a vague regret, he 
bon dowB tapoB Jbn BMioo foBBtaig a ro- 
taebtal telfr mo oiMt nantog flgbt 



Jim Bledwe slintgged. "^'ve got aU Uie brM 
Of H ODWl- te OBflNKOd. 

Book Whaetock twtrtid hla tfpg Into o nlku 
■^eU. If youTo aatlafied . . he sold. 

Itir MMind of Old JLni Hledsoe shufTlmg IntO 

the rtarknaM . . . wind drawi^ up tho 
mfloi . . . tbb planlBg woll o( a oograle. 

. . After forty vcars' . , 

Mr 4U ui^hl t>i-^:d<' ;h<' t-ump flr^ gOOtOg 
i.|< .u the stars. An exiraurdinary aeoM of 
iieedum poeaeaaed hun. He had no one lo 
onmrta After all, tho etey o<ffdpin> oad 
Ite pack animal did mean something at thla 
stage. He'd have a bit of travrlinK about to 
fill T'l lifgin with hf'd havi' In gi> !;it" ' 
ter\'tUe tu attend to a tliousand legtii deta4l2, 
after he had staked his claim p ropgrty. And 
ho'd «iod 0 boadfiU of nuocy for the pn- 
Itmiooriot. topL. If t&a oouuUy book on Anto- 
lopb bbd oHlg yWdid a ttmat poM of vol 



; I k Ili" i;r!inr«ed hL-* ^\in ^eriirfly, but thf- nfxt 
;:.^ur^ rriuxf l ■u^ mip jlii.krn liirtlicr by Iha 
roaiiuUou that he could tura yellow even (or 
io brtaf o nuHneaL The man bod iIohl 

*^al." bo dmwlod, "I «poot it% about ttao 
tc chci!" 

Hook wiped tlie swisit fmrn )il.i eye!>. ar- 
copttng the atnonger'a impUed tnvltatloD with 
equal indirection, oa ho aoM: 

**! ffoMi I'd btttgr napuk ttefr fool bmo 
tf «• ei]o*ikti Id oat vittaoai JUkMi nnria.'* 



The Stran$er*9 Story 

' i "wi stroncar'a aoaip «m Blartmrt o gar- 
nilous, cynical aoldier of fortune with the 

k ■ uf tK.oii^ town and mlnfilk OOgftj^ MMl 
Liuii biiLiLjliii^ up unceasingly. 

This man Starbuck waa sly, too: one got tbot 
in hla haU-elooBd glanoe, and there woa aome- 
thlng in the curve of his Up whlob iwunj 
pregnant wttta ridicule M&nk Wheelock «oa 
burning to know whcttu-r thirF.t waa the only 
thing that ti&d lurid u:::i u- Ltiu walcT hole. 
and tevtog clacked it, what iwld him there. 
Sittoly ho bod OBOugh to biMw 

borax wbon ha saw tt. 

Hank tried disereeUy once or twice to fono 
Starbuck':; vaiwrln^.i lnu> Aigninrant ">*^wn»i« 
when suddenly, without warning, Starbuck 
himself rlpplod toward the dadred exploaoUoa 
oC hla preaaooa ^ftiey bod floUud tteir moal 
and thoir flnt pipeg «bgn Starboob bogoo to 
po» hk moia btt wiUi gtor diimikiiua 




They greeted each other with cUpped maa- 
culine mocoeyUables and tupsed speedily intu 
the grateful silence of long asaoolatioo. As 
Wheelock had guessed, flab had bean fliohlog 
ta the lunllgbt of Boron Croeb, tor obovo the 
uwTttoblo puagonoo of QofTee and wannhig 
boeoo greaae there rose the nwiaHlh odor of 
trout browning to a turn. 

Bank Wheelock pulled up to ttto bUtw bwdt 
before him. 1 go* to thinking tbti«i over 
cottewo/boA: Jtai Htedme, we alnt gottla* 
nowhere " 

The blue eyes contmucd to stare at Baab 
Whaeiock with bland tolerance. 

-Tit iaaa» ytt mat to bnak tba par«Dgr> 
riilpt* 

n «aa (btobtot of it" 
TAow . . . Bot now, Bank-oot of tor atgb 
oo to forty yeon." 

mul>J«i* tt-ftirtr yoarat* Biafc Wbto- 
loift^ voiBe rose with a lort of deqMrote ve- 
bemence. "WeW just been dead weight to 
each other, somehow. . , . Voull aay, 'Walt 
for the next turn I' I febow «liaft% btyOBd that 
—Che poorbouael" 

A took of bowlldennent crept Into Jim Bled- 
tOt% glaaoo. TOuTe vTLma lUarc. Hank. I 
otot Hdd nolbln*, I was juat waltm- to sur- 
priae yer. but up Bonn fWIa imy tlwr*'^ a 
proipoet that-" 

A taw gutkical loi«h. twe-o^ wttta eonw 
tnpt, aeot Jim Blodm*! revelation acatterlng. 
' "Piuapeola— up by Boron Pallal ... I 
Kueftd a mMi of t\ih now and then*! about all 
yer^ ever take out of that country! ... I 
bcerd ten of your prospecui betorer 

Jbn BMmo fumbled for hit toboeoo pouch, 
and hit bood riiootL •^ar right. Honk Wheo- 

Inrk ■' he S7i':(\, In a voire thnt was much tOO 

hlgb and dear and confldMit "it's high ttano 



Ready for the TraU 

JnC BUD0OI gpOte to him oner morr a r'.r.T 
the evening maoL Bo woa ready for the 

tntll bi^iiLkrt roll. OOOtlg^' ROd nontgg bOflT 

snug witb eaaentlala. 

Tm going gogr to Baraa Nh," bo odd 
vtth raoeor, "aod after that ru drop down to 
Pulloilllle. . , . Ato't nuthtn' I can do for 
yvdown that way. Is ttwre?" 

ttank ramv to bis feet *3ow about dividing 
ihlngB up?" 

Jim Bledno awgpt ttat teoi lalda wttb agoo- 
toro of todmggn eo . "Atot moeb to dtwy, |g 

tboioT A tew caoap oontraptlnn.^ and a pack 
MrtWOl X flggarad yoo'd need cm nxir* ttian 
■a. X wont be rannin' wUd much longer " 

mi voice was notlnted wttb potronago, yet 
hbi wordB brongtat tho Mood to Bott Wtaoo- 
locbl fflMMod. -fd rathw «o nlMiH 9 
rtgtail- ho ttanv book mvogu^ 



Perhaps If he pu.^ird on a LtiU- farther. He 
L-new u liuddle of lulls Junt beyond MaoQUlte 
Kidge tbot be bad always tbou^ of oa ^on- 
latiig. 

He decided to start at d^ltMfc. A fever 
of anxiety suddenly swept him. Wllb the 
poalponement of his triumph caune a slclunlng 
fear that ha had overeattaaotod the wbolo otr- 
euBiitoheo. Wtaot tf tte o uhnuwb^ bo hod 

ctMne upon wore Just that and nnllunK more',' 
Hla first plan had been to achiovr Mr<:qulte 
Ridge by a direct route that would hA\o iruck 
a little north of tils disoovery o( yesterday, 
mtaribg U by a botf day^ Joumoy. Tboro 
hodnt seeOMd ony neoasalty for gtdiw out of 
hte way merely to view a spot that he had 
quitted not twenty-four hours nince But now. 
shaken by cold guaU ot incredulity, be decided 
to toko tte iflBfgr (onto, 

He brate eoaip vttboot «oitta« to tte aan 
to nag. 

An Interloper 

'T^OVARD pvcnini; Uir J^j^tuiK IcdR^ of rock 
Which marked Hunk Wheelock s rpoi ot 
prontae swam in ai(> iiazi> of a gt»nti|iy mxx. 
For a moment be leaned upon his rifle, nxK 
Uonleaa. The pack ofdaial h %<w i , too, moking 
ah loanimato outUno ogalnst the sky. A thin 
ourl of amoke dr«w upward in a straight line 
oad mysteriously Uot Itself hl-, nnt 

thfwght marked It as the camp fire of Indiana. 
He felt annoyed. Ho hod counted on Krtltudo, 
ond a brood of ladtoao woa not lo his Ukli«. 
Hio oltemotlve woa ovon more distasteful: a 
white TiKiii wniil'l in-iist on chattering . . . 
A uiui« ninni Had somebody already Jumped 
his claim T 

He feu wratU pounding at hla templea, and. 
•oddenly, Uuttnetively, be began to run for- 
ward. hiA gun gUsie-ning with flnahlng meoooo. 
A ngure aeimmUad from the aandt to OMNI 
him. 

"^al. stranggr. wtefs the hurry? . . . 
Don't yer ealculoto to Mop at no flag atattonit" 

Hank Wheelock fell bock, n woa all-Brad 
thifityl" te Uod. onngitlona oc two wm rtntid 
upon a ttala iitAto tt aiubdaHi teabNi ffom 
his canteoft. 

"Which way ytr headed forf* 

'Y>vor by Maaqotto Wgga" 

Hank Wheelock shuffled to th^ water bole 
and bant over. "Whlob way you gotnT" te 
abotout y 

The Rtrang«r itirred his miniature camff fLr^ 
"I ain't made up my mind." he enrieMfc 1 il. 
with a eryptle cbtMtlo. '^S 

Hank apod bli OHB grtairtr. bat hthSt ivft 
aooMgh to lopgg g tef ot OBBo totoo obdwoT 
tadiffCfBDCR The stronger wao bendlrv ovei 
tte too A pnmlUvo gnat oMnt Bank Wbao-« 



"Might as well be ready to move wtien I 
tate tba noUon." te aid. 

Wheoioorg boBi dog toto tte good. -Wte»b 

your harryT** 

iiurryt . . . Noy I oto't exactly In o 
hurry . . . But X Joat owimg o fow niUoa 
oitt 0* my eoarae today to tevo o look ot thla 
tefO 901 Tilings on the desert stay pretty 
much aa they were at the surt. ita bin 
twrmy yturs i.r rii(;r.' since 1 come by here" 

"And yer mean er say yor found outhin* 
changed— nnttaln'7" 

"Not a damned thing r He threw a ?reaae- 
wood twig la the direction of one of the plko 
of rot k unh which Hank had staked tiis claim. 
"Excepting them fool mooumenUl ' He gave 
a churkle. -Wbio I laea tbom I looked around 
for a skitWinn or two. Beo I lo myoeU: "Bad 
atorbuek. nobody but a toodeffoet done ony- 
thlng that foolish.' " 

A Itrange dryi)e.<;& puckered Hank Whee- 
look's Upa— aometlUng hke premonition urged 
blm to coonptote aUcnco. oa if such o oouzat 
Bdgtat «teek tte flow ot Btaibtsk*! vooeh, 
aod yet te found bbnootf aaytog otaaoot 
hooraelf : 

"How'd yer come to think o' .■!top;iing at oil? 
. . . Aiot nuthln' here 00 all-Qrcd unuiuail 
. . . Laoatwaya, nuthln' that woold note a 
man nnwaibgr that fur book." 

Tvoenty Years Before 

"\XlM*. mebbee you'd think different if 
you'd droTO a BMdo toom poat tbla 
water belo twtoo a woek or more for nigb on 
to 0 year tike I did . . . T«o. «lr, I poned 

this plBC4: ini'cr tiincR tboo X could shoke a 
stick at back Ui ihrm dayi wtaK I was hauling 
borax out o' Palnto l^ttty.* 

Honk Whcoknk boot forward aoddaaly. 
Honur te oeboed fototly. 

"Yes fttrer. biirav . , Be pitted Op an- 
other tv.iR and htiried It thla tbne In the 
midst ut Uie <'r>'5taliiii« iK>ni. ii)xin Which Hank 
Wheelock was gazing witli tragtc uncertainty. 
"Yer see that? . . Would yer like to know 
aonothing about bow It oome tb^7 won. 
listoo tor me. stranger, and when I got through 

If yer don't agree that nuthln" ever chanijr* In 
this f(x>l country, my name won't be Bud 

Starburkf" 

•otae Uo»e in tte night wiih tte rteng 
Hank WteoioBk taioid tte tfbittlag 9t o 
bit tvta«ta« ilkytbadeolly, oad te teow tte. 
Stafboift bod bit tte trail ogato. Be waa wide 

•■ 'X''. but he did not stir, he had had 
Mioogh of Bud Stosbuck. It woa nM oo rnueb 
ttet this man bod robbed tate of oa fltaMao 
as ttet te had eonvicted him of idiocy 

Ro bad told his Htory with KurpiMnuf ruRU> 
as If hr were inwardly umillni:, and at the end 

of bla I'd like to clop aty ayoi on Ite 



hnrn tiiMt reared up ihrni ivtun«' iiumumanta' 
liitd brcn fttgnlllcant with tontempL The very 

awonry of U atiU aiodo Book Wboileab. aloea. 

It voo a ten-toU tolo oad tte rtomif or 
MtravogBooe woo to it deipite \u undr-rt.ring 

tXltsnau. BuU Starbuck hod iu> ui > i^al- 
IZlng hi* fmrraUvi', and H;vi l WtieeUK-k had 

been captured at ooce by the picture ol the 
oarrat«r oaittag out wttta tala ante tgw ob a 
a iad ^tep t awratag twenty yeon biCan to 
taaifl boras fftm robite Volbv to tte lallraod 
siding A fool ttatog to do In such a &snd- 
atorm, aceordlBg tO Btoitucfc's own statamtnti 
But bravado Uy back of it an anawer to a 
earoMy flmg obaUonge, witb a wogor to odd 
to tte pTfMBHiwa ouiBO flfty donow tof 
tte tettntr vtttaiB a glvte tto» oCite load 
at lu deoUaotka. A hord-fbught bottlo 
th:. Li^h blinding wind and sand. wUb 0 
snapped axle alotaat within aight of vMocy. 
Ttm tte lead Mpod ta a ttttto ■wit ttta 
deproMbm n«r tte wotor holo^ tte maimed 
wagon traUlag to riidler behind staggortaig 
mulee like aome wounded aaimal dragged un- 
wittingly lo slaughter. Next day rehalUhta- 
tlon and the mulefl trotting back with their 

latuing -empty" oad Bud Btoxboofc intoot on 
ptote ftr gehagtav tte aboodoood iMd. 

Tlw finish 
A HD tte finiab— to quoIo Bud Btartmck 
hlauglf : "Ooverod op Jait oa clooa oa U 
MOto ten gnba-dlggor bad booa ot owk 
... I'd lowed tbot toero ledge of rock 
would shunt off tte wtalrtlng sand. But no. 
slrec. It Jest Jumped that — lut pn'tty . . .. 
Yea. atxanger, the sands the only Ihlng 
rttemw to this deni oountary. and tboo tt Jnet 
gUpo abtmt Ute graaeteppon . . . That 
borax baa boeo ttero nIgb oo to twoaty yeora 
— Jest waiting for another fool wind to un- 
cover It . . . And rm willing to bet 14 l 
was to load that np ogato. It wouldnt be ton 
iwanrta Ughler na iteoe^ oot-ten pmnvnr 
Ooald any tale liavo been more common- 

ptaee. noro' rtdiOOkms. mnre cxtravatfunt. UI 
In one breath? Tt was so obvious and '(tir.ple, 
once it was told Whv. Hank Whe^ini-k 

didn't have to so much as look again to reoUae 
bow emOow and orttaWal aad ■'**tT***lr oa- 
convlncing of promise wax thl« UttlOv^ttMtetalg 
patch of crystal wlnkins ii^ thoueolid good 
eyes nKxrklngly In the sunlight . . . Wtei 
waa JUn Bledsoe doing up by Usron PaUgt- 
gentle, kindly, oteple Jte Bledioe ... If 
te mlgtat only wate toaorrov to tte oteUag 
of boocn to> tte paa aod and tte awoeteta 
.snictl of trout browning to o toml . . . 

Uc lay all the ooxt day In Ite imperfect 
shadow of tte ledge of rock wolcblBg tte 
buBorda dnilng ovorbood. At Iftemll te 
ralnlftend to tte tblrety ooodi of tale ,pock 

«ri!mal with patlMit "wnopiriff Of moisture from 
the watvr liole, but for tiimself. he was content 
to drowse m a feverish rotnapoottoo . . . 
NlgbtfoU . . . ottotter day ... a pro- 
oeaaton ot ooneoto aod downs ... Hi imo 
tirod-Uiat was it^aU-flred thodt Twuntm 
te would start in the direction Of BCsoOiUto 
Ridge, but not today t . . . Again and 
again he dulled the faint urge within him with 
thla praoiiBi. aod oa ota let It te ""nitlr* 
iiowly by tauoHaiL OMAOod tte boMrdi 
grow into a Maefc ^***^ elovd . . . 
The paofc ontoial brayed pMCoByl Wbat OA 
it mattort ... He would alart tomttfowl 
And thug OM day amgod into another without 
Gtraumatoaoo er otMOgo or, huBiaa vlaltotMo. 
BBtil to tte fatal hbMb of a a Hi d M bwi davo 
te tav tte figure of old Jte Medaw dMfttav 
forward In a gUded baae. 

0 

Bacon and Coffee 
J lie BLDK3VS boeoB oad ooBoe taed aefgr 

** tasted ao good They were like a miracu- 
lous sacrament that could revive the spirit as 
wi. r Ti.' lyidy. With every gulp of muddy 
coflee. Hank Wheelock could feel tte aeoaa of 
propor tl oQ aod reoiiky lotara. Bot ebon tte 
pbyolial eteloot «hleb woa etooU^ over hba 
ttaore Toee o eu«lotei of Jim Bledsoe's pria- 
aooe, a premoolUon that this old partner of 
hli bad MMght him out deliberately ttx seme 
aly puipeae te oould not deftoo. 'It all came 
out, floeUy. ot tte appotatod tlOM for awn's 
rowlolloni uiei tte loerttaMe a& poageo* 
ptpea It woa Jim Bledioe wte open^^! ftro. 

*^ wamt at all lure rd keteh yer, tie tarote 
out. fiiiddrnly. without warning. 

"Uow'd yer know I was bonf 

"I mot 0 awo worktog op toaoid Wbidgato 
—Bad BConmefc. Bo aald he'd seen yer 
Bat te lowed you'd te headla* for Msaquito 
by this time , . But I duono, lomolbltf 
seemed to teU me you was right hen.** 

Hank Wheelock fait the nineeiHj for ex* 
p lana tlo n 1 woe alaoto' to loavo lodky . . . 
aooiettato' t eat aniit have put me off my fga& 
I Jaet felt all-flred 'r^ " Wrre ywa 

oaleulatln* to cwiog cvci M(-&quit« wttb 
BieT" 

Jim BledKw abook tail boed oad o UUlo 
gurgltag ooto of trtaatab Ined from tala 
tbroot 

"Tfo. slree. not roe. "Twam't (or that reason 
I Uotted air*: yer . . . But I was Jest Uke 
a fool womax>— tmstis' to tell yer the news 
..." Be eleand bla throat "Bonk Whee- 
Mt, you aad ae dtet tevo to go tcatptei* 
offoaad ttale bare olboli » moio. tiyto* to hog- 
Ito fiortune. X itmcfc aaoatbU' up in that 
Boron FUbi country Jaet lite I Otod I would 
. . . Oh, it atn t nuthln' Mddk^T'v* been 

fllrtlm onmod with it for nigb on to nx 
noDtte now ... tte tetNb fUbtag btot 

tte only thing I dorte up there ... I Joft 
laid low and said nuthln', working It all up on 
the sly Well. I got a man readr to 

give me a quarter of a nUUtoo im hand over 
my opuon . . . O' oenrei; tent pott oat 
lontiBiMoibal . . . MxaH««rBaaod 
OM eoalte*t ipoad aoeb taero^ te offered bo- 
fore we cashed in." He gave a chuckle. 'Icaal- 
woyo, oot entei we got a couple of giii to gtve 



A Quarter Million 



greutude to noel goeta 0 glttetloo. m tnitead 
he found hbneHf aaytog, vltta ohncot a eaew: 
-x dent aeo wben I oeene la, aooi- 
"Say. yor doat tbbik for one moment Hank 
Wheelock, I'd hold out on yrr Jest because yer 
kicked over the iruicji onio m lony yeanP I'll 
alio* I was sore— at furstl , . . 

pitew, it ato't oe If you and mo were etraogtn 
. . . B e el d w . X koov vtet youV te' due 
If you'd bin In my ptaoel" 

A flosta ipraad over Bonk Wboelotofb tooe: 
tte sort of riuah ttet uaad to rise wten oe o 
boy his mother bad Impotad undeeorvod vir- 
tues to him. A sudden and secret sbazne over- 
wfaotaned bba, aad ite Mtler bvtb raee per- 
voreely to hie Upa. 

•Oh, yer do. do yert" be sneered. "Well, let 
me tell ytr finp thing, yer vrongi ... If 
ynu d ditctked nic. Jim Bledsoe. I'd te' lit ja 
atarvft— ttet's what I'd te' doool" 

Jte BledBoe shook his tead. -Tor tot 
have to ten me. Hook Wbetloak I kooir btet 
I'm talking aboutl" 

I-'or a niomen! Ihe feeling Of relief Which 

swept him waa almost painful. It want any 
use tclUng Jim Bledsoe tte tnitta. Why bother, 
than? Wtet folk* dWat know weoldnt ilcken 
tbitt. Bo mVhl Joit oa well Aaro in the 
leiaveuii. A vurtor ot a nlltenl At loot te 
ooold tate It eaayr 

But this gust of satlafacttan pawed awlfuy 
and left him aa ohiUod at whan te had stood. 
WUh hla fhigor on tte trigger of his gun. 
watching Btarbook bending over Uie nre 
... No, It couldn't be done: it wasn't sport- 
ing! He'd been a gambler aU his life ani 
te'd made mistatea. but te'd nevoT irtetTvii 
Be couldot bora to on o geooo te'd dropped 
oat of: dM flooldat keep on playing wbn te 
knew that ttaero bod been a misdeoL 

A Passed Hand 
A PAB8KD hood woe a poioed band. And a 



then waaat notUog ote to It Bealdw.aman 

bad hl£ pride. He wasn't no beggar! . 

He waan t dead yet neither, and there were 

just ao good otalBia to tte bUle u ow vtre 

dug. 

He iorafflbled to tala feet oad te knew ttet 
bli voloo wag fltoir and eoM aad trbOBptignt 

as he Ued: 

"Wal. I've got some news fer yttu, t^w . , , 
You ain't the only ono'i been working on tte 
ely . . , I got ecnethta' pretty otoe itokod 
out om ta that Meaqulte Range . . . tt 
woot te a quarter of a million, but it will be 
enoti*!h tcr me! " 

Jim Bledaoe roee more slowly. "Jeat aa you 
any ... But z doBt M oomfortoble 
eoBwbov ... Wo woo poitMn^ yer know, 
wteo I ftet come on 10 ttet teldta'. I ibould 
have told yer right ofT, " 

A hot breC7.e began to caUh up little whirls 
of nnd and looee uip pungent odors of the 
■ege bm ob. An intolerable longing for soma 
for-ofi and doAgr oootaMM oppno Mg Bonk 
Wheelock- He thought of he<kierow<i .ind 
columbine aod hoUyhooka and the faint unkir 
of silver fountalns- 

"Yei, airccl " te heard Jte Bledaoe rapeat- 
taig, to a tone or nU-nbata. z diouid ten 
tcAd you rtgbt oSl" 

Hank Whealock turned his face upwards to 
the lifted drela of bunianls wheeling expec- 
tantly in the turquoise expanse. A flicker of 
indecision irputtered and died. He TMHiiltd in 
tte dlroouoo of UeeqnMo Raogo ood tale voloe 
Aook with tte trtampfa of a gatnUer wte 
acortied a secret advantase as he aald 

"Ttet'i my caee, exaotlyl ... Yer 
m JMI taflree ate boner 



Seal Herd of Pribilof 
Islands Again on 
Increase 



T^HB Ouva uuwut-owned leol herd of the 
Pnbilof Islands Is said to contain a lanr'- 
proportloo of the ftu- seals of the wtM-ld. When 
Alaska became tte property of the Doited 
StalM ta tggr tte berd woa nrlouaty gT**Tietri 
at between t,OM;ooe and BMMO anbaala, but 
tt letor greatly dtaitalahed. tte ftnk too 
yeon after tte purchaee than wen 00 n- 

strlcUoru on the klUtag of iMto aSd iHgt 
numbers were taken. 

In IkTO an Amerlean sealing cnmpoay was 
fonaed to opoiato mdig tte aup^frTtean ot 
tte Oomomant, imder Ite teroe ot tte 
a gr e gwini tte eonpony ted to furnish stipu- 
lated osMUBle of food to the tnhabltanta free 
of charge, maintain a sehoDl, pay forty cents 
for each skin taken, furnish provisions and 
Diereteruii.«« at pricra 00 higher than tte 
pnvoUlng retaU prioea ta San Vraaolaao ote 
toetttate maoy nf oma. 

to 1911 a treaty was entered Into Ite 
united BUtei. Oreat Britain Japan and 
RuMla which prnhlhtled pelagtc s/«ImR in the 
North Pactnr Orean and la the Bering Sea. 
The w<'ond contract with an Aawrtooa Una. 
which dlflerad matorloUy tnm tte ftnN» bad 
oteM to 1U0 and tte rated MetM OPMgn- 
atcat took over tte oattro mmmemmm ai tte 



Tte herd at that Lime was estimated at a 
little enore than 300MO onteatfi Compar- 
ktiveiy tew skins were tebte the flnt few 
year* thvnfter to erter to givg tte terd e 
teaoM to grow ta woiabin. oad'eioBe tteo 
only aaloi tevo 



Hardy Liked Music 

At tte age of twrlvp Thomas Hardy was 
already a vtoUnist of aonie s£iU. Pl^. 
tag ot village woddiage aid totao ate bto 
tooovMe portbae. and tt to ntotod of hto en- 

btodtoan for Ite l iiel t tbot hli beeteoi 

at one of thoM ruitl< '"iw pnrfi-^ rorcllUy 
aeiaed his bcw-ann wi'- ' ' m.i t^-^n playing 
ttnr«a«in8ly for three ( un hour the 

omoOy donoik ite Nea-icigged Ship," lei^ 



Old Jim Bted.'<o(! " woa li*cr«>dlbtol 

more inrr^dlhl^ BtUj Hv Mmpllctty of liH 

ctUdJnc a partner who had so 'tafOTTBOlBlfniily 

oteadttft ftota 



Nobody «ao«a 
iO earn 



lo plant on nab ttej 
Ileal 




SAitiely Albertan Boy 
"Don*/ Wii»U to Be' 




TUB BON. rmspKucK rucsvtt 

By «VB POWELL 
I i!K EARL OF «OMONT. the "Rancher 
EUU" bma Uwi • maU Ouada In the 
haart of untlarrt tot bta fotun bama. 

I vUdtad Avon Ca:iUe rrceatly. It ta ip- 
i.ri.arh«J by K private driveway one mile kXig, 
whi. ii ii iiuwB the course of the River ATon, 
.Tbe drive li Uned on either elito wUta rhodo- 
dandrao biHtoea almdj In bud, wlttk. behind 
tiMCD. a pnToHflo of avaiiiaau Ma. Tban 
are bemloeks. pine and a vazlBtr oC cadan. U 
might be Stanley Part. Vaoeoimr. or ft tfp- 
kAl bit of Northern OntarlOL 

Aa tbe drive winds on one catobes tantaBi- 
Im ct tb* eaall0 In tbe d W a nre 

Bimly Om Bart, ai toa dfova up Idr tte Snt 
lime must have thoufbt It aUssorlcal. Tot 
vriir^ t,c tiad been catching gUmpaee of thli. 

<i.^l]e of dreaiDA— mental plctunst which 
iiud £uddettly materialized. Jiut as the road 
takes an unexpected turn at the end and 
tiia OMtle standi revealed before you. 

It la a beaatUul spot Back of the castto— 

'urv..< iir r-.<TfraBak and ■■■■ <'nr side lies !hr 
river, where on a small dock the ICarl and the 
A^eount ataad flshlnc- 

But ttHor bm not yet tafcaa pn ea wlnii and 
it was at Ibo Wtaita Bsfft HoM la slaspy Rlni- 
vood that £ tftM to tbva both aailr ttiot 
momlog. 

Tbe Viscount had been standlnc on the curb 
outalde tba boua ainca baU-paak ^ I jotaied 
blm at amn. Rain drliriid down the wtaOem 

panes. There was no one about. 

"This Is the most miserable place I ever 
saw," dxftwM tbe boy. 

"Are yott the yanac Ganadlaof ** X arind. Bi 
sidled away with half a iiod. 

"Shake on itr-co am L" For two mtnutes 
be looked suspldoaily at ma. Was this an- 
other rate to eoroer him and naka him sfey 
v-hst. he dirt not mean? 

Then his tiand &tiot out la a nrm Calgary 

ffrip and he iriBoed an open, ftwh oanaman 

unUe. 

Re remtaidod me of * nail oewtaoy sheriff 

Btandlng there, bands In pockets, vlth a soft 
rrey hat pulled low over his keen blue eyes. I 
wonder^ About tho hat sola Z MM Ua hl^ 

Lory. 

Tbe Sail had bought It for btan the day ba- 
:ore, discarding the otd farm cap. Tta mln- 
mes afterwards be was bargaUilni with the 

boots m the hotel corridor. 

"How much wUl you grre me for tbls bat? 
I don t tt." But the Earl was in tl. 

oDlng and the transaction had to be aban- 
doned. 

Tbe younc Vlaeoimt Is sorely t&a mast aila- 

ernble mortal In BigUnd. Sverybody atares 

.11 All dny I'-.'Uj: p<'('plo arr ppstrrlng him 
r mterriews. The tjnall boys of ih'* town 

cluster round and try to get him <■■• ".iMaic, 

while school children greet each other with 

"Have you seen him yet?" 
He has the look of ft honted doer Id hk 

eyes. 

It may be a eaae of "dream* cotr.f t.ni*'" m 
Mir> rather has Mid. h<i! a young and hcallii>' 
Ui* trrnrr dors :> ■ v. ;int to t>e quartered In 
dreamland. He sighs lor wide open roalltka 
wbort '*nm an meb" and hk anhnala hia 
dearest frtands. 

T dont want to be a VUeoant," he sakl; 

'1 don t want people to call me Vlacount. ' 

He has made one pal In Ringwood -the 
small hotel kitten which vt'nm a b«ll around 
Us neck and li called Nlgier. Nl«ger doesnt 
love taha just baoaaaa ha haa >alBBd the fanka 
of tbe aristocracy, and he can tnait inigar 
not to Jump up suddenly and ekdalm. **! eay. 
nhiit do you think of our country?" 

And lo Lhc two wander round the hotel lo- 

(her, spsakinff to no OA* and tooUat for ftn 
iinmolestort spot. 

Btfcn anyODO was around that moraine 
father and aon departed In a taxlcab. deett* 
nation and probable- return unknown. 

I Bhmjid net bo Mirprlwrt if they went off 
to spend Uie day in the lonriie.it and most 
deeerted comer of the countrywide, where ths9 
might en>ay ft larva pleoe of brsod and a 
"hunk of rtimi" >hitr flrat good mial In 



outta fara. vhira 
oatlMlaUiMid 



For they do not 

■ they kerp throwing 
nothing to eat, " 



T 



Troubadour Revives 




Acf^rding to 
Appearance 

'KE landlady fSaneed rmind the table at 

hrr fwelve hunery bo«rder!i b^forv enm- 
mcnclng to carve the rathrr sod-looking 
chicken. In rapid nircef^lon linn a.tk:ed each 

Of than vbtob part of the fowl thqr pre- 
iarrat. Tn of them deoMod on legft Tim 
catiw dropped her knife with a clatter on (ha 
dljft and glared at the offenders indignantly. 
"Wbnk do you Imagine Ihtn Is"*" f-hr miM «r- 
aMfelMQy, pointing to the chicken. "A centl- 
padO or wbat?" no." replied the boarder 

«lw had bMD Btmd. " Judglog by the plMa 
M* n« get X ^cmM banglM H «m a 
gMtt.* 



hacking in Proof 




TM, Mr 



mecese In a novel Unf nf rnrteavor 

Which, white definitely estahllshlng his own 
reputattop t adw rng s to tbo rsnoem of his 
Provttwe ftod * tha Dominion generally. Is 
Charteg Marchand. Within the past year or 

t \ ^ -tK I'lviy uid Uvtiy folk songs <A Ttench 
Canada liave became familiar to retidents oi 
aU parts of the Dominion and have been re- 
ceived with anfih enthuHaon by United States 
atMttnoea aa to bold pronlM of booonrihg a 
vogoa Hwre. The individual who Is moia dl- 
redly responsible for this development than 
any other, tht- ouLPt4»ndinR inUTpretcr in iwmd 
of French Canada and Ita people to the rest 
Of the continent, U Charles ftlarchand. Today 
*tha figura of tha roiUckmc rlvemaa baa h^ 
ocme famlttat all over tbe continent from his 
appearances on concert platforms, wblle his 
stirring voice has through the radio made blm 
yet more extensively known 

Strangely enough this widespread popularity 
of the aonga of ikd Quebec wbidi Cliarle;^ 
Marchand has bean eo Undy responsible for 
craatlnt cftn be dtraeUy tffftoad to a ehanea 
remark, r.f the Prime MlnlaHT. the St Bob. 

Mackenzie King 

A native Aon ol Quebee Province. Charles 
Maf hfM was lor years a draughtsman in a 
aownmant oOoa In Ottawa. A great lover 
of mmde. of whkta ha mada an iDtntfTa study, 
he was the ii o asM so r of a deep^ xleb mfM ha 

asslduou.'Jy cultlvatf-d and b<*caAO WiO kOOWn 
locally aa sn lunateur ^lIJ^^f^ of modem fetich 
songs- HiB ambition, however, wa-i a protes- 
slonal status In the singing world, and he 
eeaaalei^ looked fonrnrd Co the attahunent ol 
thU. Plnatly, after mncb enooursgtaic am- 
ateur success, he gatbored together snffldaot 
courage to cast the die, threw up bis assured 
poaltlon. and went to Mootrsal to foUo w the 
doubly uncertain career of ft frae lanee alhgor 
with. ft.nonLn&vtotre, 

For two yoan he toured tbe Prortnoe of 
Quebec as a modam tnubadoor. vtiUInc some 
five hundred points, and taktag bito OQtlytaic 
parts modem songs which had become popular 
In France. In 1820 he attended a concert 
given In Ottawa at which Prench-Canadlan 
folk Kii«s, which ha had spent years in col- 
leethig. ware pnatntad by Uartos Barbeau, 
and wa; deeply Impreseed. Ha eslaofcad five of 
these ^onRs suited to his voice, whkdi ha In- 
cluded m his repertoire to present to Prendl- 
Canadlan audiences. These were very well 
racslred. 

la itag Mr'**'*~* was invited to entertain 
the guMta of tha BOB. cawriM Monptiy ftt a 

''^Cowboy" BUhopKnaws 
HowtoDeallfUh 
Juveniles 

THE Right Reverend H. Allan Gray. Angli- 
an Blabop of ■dmonton— the "Cowboy 
Btebep'*— otfebrated for^ yean of sarrloe In 
the church raoently. 
Ckiik <i»wlw>ji "III I' "1'" hlhhop — Judge— 
hl.i haa certainly been a 
many-sided career. 

It was in June, 1S85. that 
R. A. Gray, eterk. naCbad 
Calgan' from Great Brit- 
ain and took up ranching 
In the foothills on the El- 
bow River: and It was in 
April. 1B8B. now forty 
years ago. that he was 
licensed by tha AagUeoa 
Bishop of Oalgftty M ^ 
MUior QBAT 1^ reader. 
At this time life in the West was not lack- 
tsm In eKcltemcf»t> even tn danger. Tbe CJ*JL 
had juat finished oanslniBtUn wock. and the 
camps wen disbanded. Many of tha mrtt of 
thetae construction gangs were not in^Oded 
omong the '>llie*' of the land In lact not a 
lew had come West to "get away from their 
When the work was flnlAhed hundreds 
man were tamed loose with rolls of money 
and dubkma repatfttlciia. Many ■etOod aMuad 
CalRar- and an epidemic of murders, cattle 
ihieviitR ikiu] other crimes occurred, WbMl 
nnaiiy wa,^ druiifxi up by the Boyal Morttovaat 
Mounted Police. 

All this made tnvaUng baaardous. and 
everyone carried a rvvxlw. though tha Blihop 
confesses many of them oolild not hit a hay- 
rtack. "We had a wonderful armour^' of shtyt.- 
guns, rifles and pl5t«U, for my partner wax a 
mek diot." the Bishop relates, 'Itut I couldnt 
hit ft bam door. My partner wanted me to go 
out shooting wttfa him. but Z couldnt walk, and 
when we sighted the gams I waa too cmt of 
breath to shoot, so my darira to boooma a 
/;porlsman was nipped In the bttd.'* 

On aoeount of tbe in-healtb of bli ttothw. 
Who lived with blm and who had to return to 
Kj^Rland. tbe Bhhop had to glva up lautAitaig 
and in 1803 be entered SL J0hn*t OoUege, Win- 
nipeg, from which, three yean laler. be was 
graduated in arts and phUooophy, or. aa ha 
says, "thus giving op booH aod nattle for the 
cara of sheep." 

ordained deacon Jtme xe. iggg, by Btibep 
I'lnkhsm nf CAigAry. he was appointed to HOty 
Trinity Churrii in South Edmonton — nvw the 
little Churrh of St John the Evangelist and 
in charge of Rev. W. ■vennl Ettnands, prtoat. 
BtlMsJiiiastai and lilalurtial wttlw 

Ordalnrd r'^- ^ in l«f>^ n ApcU Of ^e yrnr 
following h*- tjrrAiiir rf-i'OT Of All Saints* 
Churrh. Edmonton, where he remained for 
seventeen years, having been created arch- 
dMOOh In itvr, and in 1914. on tha fifth bftUot 
tha of mhiwntwi 

A boy at hvt dmpMo Ma fortar y«ut of 
hervioe. Bishop Qray alwari* hju devoted a vary 
Urge Shan of his oMTgle* to work among boys. 
Himself a llr*Twed nrwslioy. holding badin* fA» 
I, the keen-witted nowslas sUll are very close 
to hu heart 

Be eatabiktad and nn ft bogr ohib for foiv 
« flfa years. mMO ha no Mnger eooM wpan 
ng IkM tlta ttke dirt^^ ' rapldlT-gnvw- 
tug dl6ceas; but when i' ^r.f nemBarv to 
refrtgn from the club's management h« orgsn- 
tasd a boys' brigade and, later, a boys' cadat 
eorps In watnarUon with All Saints' camrtft 





CUA1UUC8 MARCUAND 



banquet 
present 



at otuwa. at which the Pnhtlar was 
His rendering of tha Old French 
kMly anjogad bf tha guBrti. and 



eadet training and did It very badly." when 
he took up Boy Scout work Instead. In this 
movement be became district and then pro- 
vincial commissioner, and when be itotlrad he 

waa awarded by the Governor -Oeneral of 
Oftna^, Chief scout, the highly -coveted dec- 
oifttkm of the Silver Wolf, the highest decor- 
attOD of the Scout movement in the world, only 
two or three of which are held In Canada. 

His akfil in baadUag boys and in attaining 
end retaining their trust and good-wUl waa 
reco«nlred when iwrnty yean ago. he waa ap- 
pointed to be judge of the Juvenile court 

Miss Mayo Continues 
Indittn Series of 
Disclosures 



SLAViiS ol the Gods" might almost be 
called an appendix to Miss Katherine 
Mftyo's "Mother Indtft." Its twelve storlos or 
Rtudlea drive home by ooncrota eiam^ the 

K(?ner»l moral the author sought to enfmce 
\n her larger work What her Mtle means she 
cxplalnfi Ihrough the llp.i ol an H:nglLih 
woman hospital surgeon in one of the most 
ghastly of the tales. 



their delight was so evident that the Prime 
Minister told Marrhanrt how bo regretted not 
being abia to tiallmr tha woidt tfneo ha «ftw 

room for man at this U the book than Miss 
Bbyo baa all9wod us? 

It reAialns true, none the less, that tbe evi- 
dence on which Miss Mayo baaea heraelf in 

deplctiiikt Lhe plague F.pols of Hindu hfr haa 
remained subs tan Llally unihitkrn, Mr Cia.ndhl. 
for example has admitted that We may re- 
pudiate the charge as It has been framed by 
her, but we may not tvpudSata the eobetance 
vaderlybig tbe many alUgattona aha has 
made.** If that Is so. It mnV be to the good 
i):.\t ^WsR Mayo should brand the abuses she 
1 irhr'- to fee corrected with all the force of 
hrr style and imaslnation. Between her 
stories of tbe "Slaves of the Oods" she has 
Inserted many quotatloos Cram leading Indian 
raf onnm gbowing thalr determlnarinn to work 
against these very evils. They lend strength 
to the appeal Miss Msyo makea in her last 
pages "To the Woman of Hindu India; 

"Let us of the West. then, be your friendx, 
with franknssa and with honesty, and not with 
a veil of deception between ua. We boUave 
that nothing g(x>d i-i hurt, while much evil is 
cured by the broad light of the sim." 



"No walls of .'-lone-, tio iron bsrs. were 
BO Impregnable as ihr w&ii.s that shut thcae 
Hindu women In. Their dungeon.i are built 
of fear— built of their own thought^-buUt of 
tradition, despair, of jgnmanwr that better 
tUnv oxbit BuUt even of jvlde. Ood help 
themi Pride in their very slavery— no poUoe. 
no government by passing of faiwa or by ttte 
of force can loosen tboae bonds. For tha 
bonds are forged for their religion and as such 
eaimir*^ within their own minds " 

And in .lupport of this Indictment of Hindu 
lellgiOTi we have brief narmii-.m 'talcen from 
r«al life" describing a "suttee." inlanUdde. 
the agonies of child wives and widows, the 
degndatlon of the devadasis, the dancing gtrla 
kept for immcrst purposes in temples, tha woes 
r,r the "untourhables." o^ outcaste population, 
nnd the euflenngs of the half-starved saerbd 



EuroptPs Mystery Man 
Once Taken for a 
Lunaiic 



O 



Rpfidrr^ of ^Mother India * will be familiar 
%Mh thp qiialltlos of MLis Mayors style— Its 
pletnrlfil [Kiwcr. Its vlgornu'i concision and the 
art with which a significant detail is plucked 
from ft naat of irrelevance and a«t in the most 
telling poriUon. Tbsae qualities find full scops 
h5 ■«ftvw of Ihfe Oods.- and they are bound to 
Impress the im;\i;lnation deeply and painfully. 
Tbe crmftamamhip of the stories Is not to be 
ocniestetf. Tel U we ask whether, ax pure flc- 
t!on. they have the stuff of immortality , 
whether It is probaUa that they will continue 
to bo laad for thalr own sake whan the evUs 
they fflottlimta have at last beon porgad iMm 
Indian life, w^ rrr;nr>t nn.>mr ao OBBAgenUy. 
They lack iv- tmpirtiAliiv of the highest art. 
MLw Mayr. /-frtalniy ha* a r]r.>i rr tn nffpr 
for giving a one-iiided view. shf> declares that 
'^gnat and varied is the bibliography of Hln- 
1^ UaftlMla baauyaa. U the spaee of a 
RaaU v^goBft, that (do nraeh to allot 
to ft Ivw of Ita monal woes-*" That may ba 
a sound plea for a rarcrroer it not a good 

n-.axtm for an artttt Mfr t^krr\ revrnne (or 
these stmpUfWrntlcna by making the picture 
hpiMML One of tha b«t of Miss Mftyo's 
I ii "Maggot to lUt" wMiA rilfttes hi 
quite a Klpltawaaqtis vein how the "mtoncb- 
able" wvengers attached to a certain Indian 
reciment were transfomted Into toldiem. and 
hrrrvf. too, by an undenrtandin^ medical of- 
Aeer. The tale is a relief, because here for 
flueg nodoi an bsM up for our adnUrmtlon, 



e 




iKE of the wealthiest men in tlic world was 
once taken for a madman. Sir Basil 
Zaharodl Is known as the mystery man of 
Biiropa. For years he has been ft power bp- 
hlnd throne'! and statesmen. He controls 
Vickeri, the great British monitions Otdi. He 
owns most of Monte Carlo, the gambling place. 
So completely does be conceal all happenings 
pertahiU^ to himself that when his ¥tU died 
at ft taahloBBbla watering place, no asm knew 
It for ttalrty-slk honra. It Is not knows for 
certain hov old ha la, where ba was bom, or 
who were his parents. He rose from obscurity 
to wealth by securing a huge Spanish muni- 
tions coptraot for Vlokers through the Influ- 
ence, It was rumored, of the lady wtwoi ho 
msrrtrd v)me forty ycan later. 

One day this strange mad waa sttoUlag 
through tbe Ptencb Museum of Natnnl HbK 
tory. Ha obMrved that U waa badV ta iwod 
of repabt and rastosation. BO ctUid an at- 
tendant and askM hlni ho-.v much It would 
cost to hsve this done, and the man said that 
It woou run Into half a aHUlon franes. 

80 SMdaroff, right on the spot took out his 
pen and cheque book, wrote a cheque tor one 
hundred thcwnnd franc<. handed It to the st- 
tandaot and went out. Par days and weeks 
the cheque lay on the desk of the curator, be- 
cause MtttMr fhft cuxator nor tho attandftnt 
had ow heard of Saharoff. and both took It 
'juitf for grnnt/'d that the little piioa a( MMT 
had been scribbled by a lunatic 

8h Baafl— he was knighted by King oa uigg , 
by tha way— has bad soma ttartaiag aecapes. 
During the war the Ocrwiana put a big price 
on hia bead. Though he was usually carried 
on voyages by a Britlah destroyer, there wss 
one ooeaalon when it was necessary for him 
to uaa an ardtaarr Madttemnian Unar. 
waa stopped by ft Oarmai 
rjiprAin came aboard. Re and his 
Btraivht to Zaharoffb aabtn and dragged oat 
the badiv acarsd tsdlTldual they found thartb 
took blm into tha stgimarlne and sutanongtd. 
Two boon Mv MHroS. OMg. Miaiiliig ■ Hg 
dgar. walkid up 10 tba aMndad enplaln «g 
the ttnsr. 

-Ah. oapCfthi.'* he uid. -that Mblwy ct 
mkm to ft bboM oMtfitt Mtov." 



I get ao much pleasure from them. Tlua 
daaglr bg^naed MhrribMBl, who viaioned a 
iBiA widir ftwUMBO fcr hia aonga If thar wsn 
available In BigUah. Be aaaght tai nki 

for tnn.-: '"r ii<<t»- had at that thne 

been oiaur j m oibiKui was at that time 
making arrangements tor the Hnt toOt song 
IcaUval at Quebec and Marchand approached 
him with his dUBenlty. The reault waa that 
Mr. CHbhon undertook the fanslatkm at many 
of them himself, and Ohftito iCwohand gftrc 
\Uc firat r<>ndertngt of the Wb^IA ymtona ftt 
the lesUvaL 

■nds opened tha way to hto raal Ilf • wosk in 
\ii>rrpreting*tha aohgi of I'MMh Oaaada to 
i ntiUJi audleneea. and prtmarOy tbetr general 

'.iiiilliarlty and p:>pularUy tt»day are at- 
Iributable to turn. He tias sung them to Cana- 
dlftn ftudlaneet from ooast to eoast and made 
Qnaboe better nndentood tbrongheut the 
DooUnicn. Amartean mnaleal erlttv attcnd- 
iHK' thr Quebec featlval baaama greatly bi- 
■.prMicd in tbe eongs. which were really the 
first while man's music heard on the American 
co nUnftit. sung to tbe swing of the paddle by 
tha fliat FWnefa-Oanediowt to go down the 
MlsBlBElppl. and startod thalr vogue. Obarles 
iuT.r«.h*nH has been their chief ex poospt 
acroas the borrier lit- has -lung them uadar 
tbe auspices of various organiiaiionsatWatar- 
ton, Chicago. New York. Boston. Detroit and 
othek oentras» from several of which they have 
been famadeaat Tha Mfttlonal Federation of 
Music Club at Boston has beooma keenly in- 
terested in the old songs «f FTondi Oanada 
has chosen Marchand t,> mii^.- tiiam at Its 
gathering in June. He will make three a|>- 
iwaranrtii which is a distinct compliment 5lncf^ 
lodtvldml artlsu an peimlttetf only ten mln- 
utsa. 

CbarlM Marrhand find* a supreme .'tatislac- 
tlon In his Ufe work smoe in bringing pleasure 
to ftvUih-spoaltlng audleneea ba feets he is 
dr«wh« Ma kaloasd hOM »eflBBa.idaaK Is 
them To see tha typical rlvermm aatrMa hie 
, boembag out his choruses In an Inimit- 
able manner which oftimes renders words 
supvfluous, swayi n s; audiences with the 
tmyfhiwg sentiment of the old ballads, qne 
would take hhn for what he purporta to be. a 
caz«-free. roving troubadour. Aa a mattar of 
fact, he is In private Ufe the moat typical of 
French-Canadian faLhrrs and hu.'^tiand-N In his 
attachment lo hu family and hi3 home in 
Montreal, the one drawback he experiences in 
Iho work hi which ha haa wholabaartedly and 
■iiiUjHUitinonr threm MttMlf bgtag tbnt ha 
ttprtfyfwwihMio t fX MnW - 



Statesman s Prr banality 
Appears ill .s/ory of 
Bird Sanctuary 



L 



ORD ORETT, who was British Foreign Sec- 
retary when the Oreat War broke out 
maintains a bfril sanetimry on his eatata at 

FalloddTT Mnoe reUriTR from pohUtai he 

lia. 1^ ■ ; h of his time studying his 
feathered fneudfi Onre. 
after a trying period In the 
poUUcal arena — politics 
were alwaya trying to this 
dtstlngolshad statasnan — 

he returned tO Ul 
esUte to write. 




*T came homo cDoe In 
December after an aboenee 
ijf some months and feund 
that there waa a pair of 
teal which had been in the 
naeomrt oasr lubit of coming to feed 
4rtth my waterfowl when no one waa pcaaent 
They were wild, ai^ when I Aowad nyidf at 
one pond they flew to the other, and so forth. 
Gradually, however, they began to coma out 
and watch the feeding of the others rver>- 
evening. They came cautiously around behind 
the trunk of a boaoh tree, by a route that none 
cf the other Msda took, ftnd dnw nsanr and 
naaivr arecy cvwlng untU, ftftar boom four 
«c<-k.v they cftmt up a Utile behind me, a 
uuit- to tha right ftnd about tour yards from 
me. and X got tbom to vMc dp tha gntn i 
threw. 

-Ihftt went OB for sob* weeks, in March 
they want awftT. vranmahly to braad aome- 
where else. In August I waa aUndtag ftt the 

end of one pond when a draka toal iB eclipse 
came flying and lit about ten yards from me. 
I thought, of course, that he had not feen me, 
and as foon as be saw me be would fly off. 
Be took a look round, and whan ba saw ac be 
ttonr oSOnd to fly ftWfty b«t began to pwn 
hit faathan, I thought Ihat Is tha ttttia 
dmha oomo back again I ahall know at feed- 
ing thne In the evening.' At feeding thne h« 
cMne out wMb tha other Mfdo and ptefcad up 
the grain. 

*1 oonld not bo am M waa the moM diBka. 
but about the duek I ean ba ion. Tlw drake 
stayed, came out of the eehpH. and got his 

full brr«4lng plumage, but then WOS tiO Mgn 
of the duck until November In IfOTeolbar I 
was walking along the bank when a little duck 
teal fiew off the bank and out on to the water 
ft few yards. It reaaalnad there while 1 passed. 
I thought, niiat most be the Uttio dnek cotta 
back for the Winter. I dun see her ftt fOedlng 
time in Lhe <-*enlng.' In the evening I Rat at 
the fool of a big larch sa unjal. and the litUe 
duck teal came out r>f the pond ja^* in tiie 
■ana wv *he bad oome in tbe previous 
wmier. Slw eant nwnd tht Irak of tfe* 
baidi by a route no other dueka took, and 
stood at the same angle and at tha mbm dla- 
tanee as she had dr»^ before, aotf kiVgB |gtk- 
ing up the grain I threw " 

The astonishing simplicity nf ihf foregoing 
nautfa notes by Uird Orvy reflect bis cbarae* 
l«r. No BMra unoffoetad man ever entaMd 
tha MottMT of Parliaments. Like hln nntAs rm 
bis dndfc^ his speeches on momenious qurs- 
tlom werv marked by xlmplicity. bat It has 
often been said that when be bad made a 
speech the raonbert of the Bow of 

pMgftnd In rbw df hto 

tpbi 



\\ injiipvf^s Nnv Police 
Muf^istmli' Is W illy 
Speaker 




By C. V. COMBB 
'T^OSE who know him invariably speak of 
^ of HlJ Worship. R. B. araham, E-C po- 
lice magistrate of Winnipeg, as "undoubtedly 
the finest after-dinner speaker In the Weat" 
And they know exactly what they mean. So 
dues Mr. Ormham. For 'Bob ' luu endeazod 
hlm-wlf to the entire city by giving It wbat it 
should have— facta, yes, but taoU sugar-ooatad 
with rich humor, deep patboa, keen obeerva- 
tiQD, nice discrimination and starting patriot- 
ism. Vet these are artistically underlain by a 
perccpMon that on after-dinner iipeech, like 
an_«Up diniu? mint, U a modem custom often 
sadly abused. Be knowa that snob a talk is 
designed to aid good digestion, good faUovahlp. 
good oltuenshlp and sounder buateaas rela- 
tlonah:p.H. Life has salvaged the after-dinner 
speech irom the ashes of Joboaonian orgies 
and discerning mMI Mbg Mr. OfShftm jiultfy 
Its continued existenee, 

Mr. Orahsm la not of tbe proIeAslonal vin- 
tage of baiKjLct speaker. Uls bonhomie u 
effervescent yet under dis c ipline to an alert 
mbid and the oocnUon. mnt,«it was. bate* 
his elevation to the bench last month equally 
etrecUve In addressing a court ft troop of Boy 
HcouU, a women's meeting* ft Sntarnal society, 
a cjnlcai press dub, a political oonvcnuon or 
a aervlco club. And all feel that be at least of 
all men understands and sympathiaes with 
their alma. And ho dosa— or he wouldnt ba 

there )ir known human nature and would 
not for example, extol the virtues oC WlUlam 
of Orange before the Knlgbta of Coltuibui. 

This phaae of hia r h a r a c to r Is w«U mi wt r o tad 
by a dally tunebeon association Into whUi he 
drifted during the latter years of the war At 
B certain Winnipeg hotel. "Ooargc." the head 
waltar. found it good buslnesa to rowme a 
latge table for rtctoan or so eranlaa who namad 
thonsalves "The Ragaranflna." Tbagraopwaa 
drawn from n^m-.^paper. grain, lftw» Commissi cm. 
retail store and railroad drclea-4nen repre- 
sentative of a successful cross-eecUon of the 
oommunlty. AU were too old for servloe ovar- 
■eftt ftnd too boaeol to aoeapt Hona oolonot- 
doa.** "Bob" waa the moving spirit tho im- 
conadoos moving spirit, of this circle. It was 
never complrtr until he arrived, no mftttSf 
how late the hour, And It was always a faUura 
if be couldnt attend. Snatl taMa talk ooou- 
plad tbe gathorlag untu ho bnd drawn hto 
chftlr. Then all toaguaa baeaaia tflanl whltf 
"Bdb" talked. Of matter light and tnvial. ves. 
but always worthwhile since they had been 
enriched from the stoHteoit flg hto gntol and 
whimsical iTcnonallty. 

Approaching hi3 sixtieth year, Mr. Orahara 
(nrrlc.-, his Winten like a well-prrvM-vM young 
buck of fony-flve. Nova Scoua. his birth 
prtninoe. has not produced many more mia- 
tlla aons. At twenty-seven ha went to Mftttl- 
tflhft, living at KtUamey for sbi yiftra. Thiax 

he movrd tn Winnipeg Ui Join the staff of the 
Attorney-CJeneiul He soon bccamr n.wHtant- 
deputy and later deputy m (h;»^ df-iwrimenL 
He resigned la 1*13 lo beoonu Crown proae- 
otitor for Wlnuipig. 

The aateway City nrver had a more effec- 
tive advocate of law enforcement In that 
poslLlon be haa shown a vigor and indepen- 
dence of xad tape which hks ftiroetod public at- 
tentun. To him the human element In tho 
dork la more worUiwhile than any mwe crimi- 
nal rode For example, be was the first man 
tn Canada to iidvocatc a good, old-fashioned 
^nhlng for youthful oBendeca. Mors than 
flboB tha bneb has agtsad Co giro 
■entfnoe on hto auggaMOB^ ptvMdl 
quent fatheri** eaaa to eeut to apply a stout 

leathern strap as a correrMv nn Bome ■ 
boy's" anatomy. Be is strictly opposed to 
Bindlag .ft young offondir to friaan or Indua- 
trlal aehool untU tho enliit on* hda f Ht the 

full force of *nihysleal suaAnt" MoOUng 

camby-pambv r.r nfw- fancied abotit his OBft* 
mle scheme for the youth of the world. 

Many' a repulafton was ntngd In WImilgig 
during the perilous days of Qm 191ft ganenl 

strike. As Crown p rosecutor. MT. Oraham re- 
tained friendship of boUi aides — aji<1 in thoA* 
days men were required to declare their stand, 
wHh BO pttvfoothBg oUtos iB woffda er daadft 
wrhen the smoke «f battle had daatid away 
the figure of Mr. Orahsm eould be dtoe am ad 
plaaillTir for oonelliaMon and th/! removal of 
oaoaai tor oomplalnt partioutarty in tha Wtn- 



iTnt If an you ever brm In a railway ftod- 
dentf 

X WBalBft 

t 

df Iba 




l^dF-Tho kit itao t 

prnnlaed you wouldn't 
ealooB and spend it. 
TlTHi^— Dont yoo know the 



«f * 



-V 



TFIK DAILY COLOOTST. VICTMFIA, r^.c. mx'^ l; i""^' 



Corinna Tries AgMn 



Tlie Story of a 
Man Who Said He 
Understood Women 



By ALICE DL tR MILLER 

illuiliatcd by Rex Maxon 



FROM all his lnUmat« frtendii DuMT 
celved full .lymiw.hy when he told 
r>f liU dMUKdl^T ^ Miiprudrnl fnifagl 
... no. fur relused to caU U tiUl 
btr iffl^ tmoBf §er m )wmff mw ta Ma 

n«m only 4IU or bto Mead* dM Iw tet m 

loiiitoit iiiid ^he *■a^ 'h' om froin lir 
u«.'.ireu II ntubt. Mr» tiandoo wik.-* u ^iitu 
widow of forty-two. with tjm }UM u clearly 
tur^ i io ti a co l occ d u Umjt bad iMea wlua ilw 
vM fanrtMD. Mr. Ouht tartMM to BMny 
h<r at flnt opportunity: by which he meant 
the ttni tune that she said aayihlng more «a- 
coundot than, *1K9, m OMr SftlOML <ir* 
talnly aot" 

n «te to iMr apartiMnt Ibot iM hvnM 
after a peouUarly trying m«m wtth U» cfMld. 
ulthouKb Mrs. Sandon wu to dine with him 

iliat very evenlni; a/id go tu a new play; 
tnil bU laearatad XeaUass demanded balm. 
Bt »«nt over the ittaatlon ter tha hsndndth 

time, and '.•Tiiik' ih*- 'vx<! d''tachinent of thCM 
cryttalLxue e>u he luuiid huiuelf uilnt words 
of mora and own esasgeraUoa. 

"Ill a iMfilinipliii, tbakH wtafti U la*" bt «M. 

"Writ li Ht* MM MK Ouidea tntly. -Bi 
ouHl bo abie and boowt. or you would not 
keep him an your Mtfetary, and he must be 
■ItracUve, or Oorlnna. who has had a gcxxl 
dial of cqmrlcbce wUh young mtn, would noi 
want to many him.'' 

Her logic annoyed him almost u mooli m 
her detachment. "Good gradoua. Ruth." be 
said, "you have no more respect for my opinion 
of men and tbingi tiUA U 1 were k boy. I bm 
tdUng you ..." 

Different Anglet 

CHE interrupted. "I have a giOdi deal of 
respect lor your opinion," she mid. "But I 
fool that 1 am getting your optaboo of the boy. 
aotaa * hnrfanrt Xoc jonc ^aogUm^lnL ag A-. 
lOB-lB-lbw for youm^.'* 

*ain*t U the mmo CtalDt?" 

"Not at all the same. You would get no lun 
Irnm .saying My daughter. Mri. Marley'— U 
that his name? But you would get a great 
daal of fun out of snylng *My daughtw. Vl»- 
oountess (his or that' You know, Bl iii nM , 
vou ore a bit of a snob about titles. 

Mr. Oaner took up his defence, stating that 
he wu tkot a aaob> ttmt he cared nothing Xor 
tram, tbbt a penoB wu » fool who did aot ' 
know ttet aoelal poottte wu a valuable asset 
and that there wu no lUA guarantee of lodal 
po&iuon OA a good tttl04 Tben finding, per- 
baps, something lUgtiUy eontradlclory In his 
statements, he abandoned this point entirely 
and saM that be wu injured by his daugh- 
ter's conduct, because there bad been dec«tt. 

I A a,, not even told tlicy Icntw each other 
Ob yes. I did see tliem meei at my office, but 
I had 00 reason to suppose they were meetmg 
consUntly and then one day 1 went to Boston 
on bMlnesi bnd. when I got boot. I beard 
i.( itud been to vi<;it her the uomtat my bade 
USA turned and had fallen down my front 
steps and broken his leg. and that they wetr 
engaged to be married. They did noi teU me 
thoy ««e tamai bi ton.'* 

MrA KandoQ anUOd. "It kn't a Dung people 
do loll— the first etifU of b love anair -except 
(hofe terrible people who want an audience 
lor their every eaoaon. Perhaps they dkl noi 
know It tbamMtvm." 

'In other words." said Mr. DaiMV MttHly. 
"you thmk It all satialactory?" 

"Mo, not U you are unhappy about it," she 
nturaod, "but I am tryi^ to pot&t oat that 
things might be worse," 

(Jreul heav'i, ii M: l>aner "1 tell 
you my daughter U entangled with a mar- 
cenary employw of mtae^ and yvm biMiwgt It 
it ailgbi be wane." 

■eetm his dlstroM aba UUA what ha bi- 
loDtfadloda. 

Abroad for Six MotUlu 
IT appaared he inleaded to (aka Corlaaa 
abroad lor a year, tor six months anyhow. 

"She owes me ai i<'.^'-t ihnt to be willing to 
wait six months belore making a marriage of 
which I so beartUy dlaapprova. Doat yon 
think 007" 

"Tu I thttdt itaa migbt do that," mlA Ite 
8andon. 

"Well, (the absolutely fcTuea I eant do 
anything with her. 1 wai wondrrlna. Ruth. 
U you would have a talk wiih her. What? 
You're always shaking your head. Yon would 
not do affon that mueb for mar" 

1 wont do It. beeauae It wonldnt bo any 
iiM," she returned, "T lll^p Coiinna, but 1 
haven t any real rrlation with her; and you 
can't suddenly do anything with an entirely 
arttflolal relation, she would juat think ol 
ma u an tetaciartni old maun. Bba would 
liate It. and so should I." 

"It seems I cannot depend on you to belp ma 
Hi a rrlslA ' 

"Well. I will tell you how to cat your own 
way. U that is helplnt yott.* 
-'BOwr" be aakad. 

*^oo have only to Aad a fiv toan." 

"Shed tears, cry ? " eiclalmed Mr F'a n r r 
lro«TilnR. and then he smiled at hri mrrr 
trni]niiK> rUUoukuanesa 

Tbara wu a abort aUaikce. Mrs. Sandon dW 
not Mar ttaai Iba laat ttmm tfm refund bta 
she bad gMB MM to Ua aiOB. **WM|. bqr tK" 
she said. 

Ba became superior. "Ah. my dear." he 
answered, "that's a feminine method, not a 
masculine.'* 

-Aa a faaatalBa atotbod n*a qniia ofartatad." 
ah* I idiii'Mrt *Vm an naad to wiman'a 
tears. MA dWMB M my WOSfc «b« b gHO 
r-rteA" 

Ma Uughted grandir M bar absurdity and 
wwi tmma to take 19 Ma gnat problem. 

I T waa almoet tunr for bim to be dresainf for 
' an early dlnoar, but, fitting his daughter 
in ibe bbnry. ba daeMad to aw a Mandly ward 
lo bar; and tba frtsaif wort lad ainaat bi- 

•lanily «)> ijnrrt«ndly one, and aa, Wttbin 
fhre minatM. they were disputing tbe pobit 
at Msnf. both nt them quite obllvkoufi of ume 



biimallM hair waa a arUp btaak. but bar 
eyes wan grey. Seeing bar atttuf Hian, ao 

<-ir-ttHi.i i.iiu lovely, so much the most vabaMa 
u.' au hia iHhvsauions, her father broke out; 
"Ifs simply l u'in-Uc; you. who bav»r always 

bean w fasudious abont tbbv that didot 
maMar. aaar b» tbrov j—nlf away en flUa 
inferior boyi" 
"Oh. oh." cried Oorlnna. "I leave It to any 

< II'' wtu tJici lie l^ iiL-'crii'i Dut, even If be 
WL-re what do«-s that matter? Tlie polot Is 
that I'm In love with him." 

"You've been la love before, or Umutfkt you 
ware." 

"Never." 

"You've been engaged before. You wont 
deny that.' 

"Oh. father, really, how dare you bring that 
up, whan i only said that X wcn^ o m a d^ Mb 
In order to obUge yout" 

"Weu. a girl doesnt engage heraelf. ana at 
hi-r father n .suRgexUon, unlesA she bu OD Ip- 
cUiutUon tuward the young man." 

"I aot out of It fast enough. Oh. 1 tlUafc 
that's most unjust. You both battarad me 
down; but tbla ftlma, wMb Palar. I pravkM an 
the Initiauve. I pracUcaUy i i wtw ea d to Um." 

And so. after a few fetnta and brtishes of 
this iory. \ht'\ nrttlfU fli>*n to the real srrloui 
quarrel, which was on the question of her 
gob« abroad, iir. OaaM fdd* ima that, U 
ibo wan s* am of banatf and uariay.^febon 
wu BO reaaon Vlv aba abodld not wait a year, 
or ala mooiha. u a favor to an sged and 
broken pannL Bar point wu that It would 
dci no good aad ebanga nnthtnt. but would 
causa both her and CMar aaamalatlnc aBony 
la fea aeparaiad. 



main ten that ba did not approve of your a|t- 
gagaaaeni and tbat bo wantad ym to CO ateoad 
and tbbtt It onr." 

-Bo siny. but I aald I would." answfred 
' ■■- iiii.i ! ilun I know why I did 

Ure. Saiulun luiew why she had — because no 
woama can resist a maala bmn; bat aba did 
net aay tbla. 8taa said, tSb. I tbinfc y«« bad 
to yield that nnich." 

And suddenly Connn.! Inund hi-rwll rlr-i rib- 
inn I'etrr He » t^..^ mi iiinJ si rouB, <ind 

\fry good-lcMJttum She told tii>» ihf, had r\r»t 
met when she went down to her father's oOoe 
to apaafc to Um about a UH ^ bad nm up. 
aod young Mr Marley had underalood Ibe 
was looking for a lob and had scolded her and 
had given her sonir cxcpllent advire — rather 

romantle, wasn't U7 And he was so eager to 



ill at Sea 

*~r'HK Ixjat iwi-ilfd at niidiimiu and, when 
*■ Cortnna woke the next morning, they 
wen at gaa. Bba fait oihaiisleri by aU the 
fm o t i oni of tbe test few weeks and deddad 
that she would mwv :m tn-ii the whole way over. 
But her plans ni-ir < ).uri>;rd The stewardees 
brought her a Wlrt'lrs.^ Ul. mv d,>f ' ahe 

thought and tore it open, but the name signad 
was Mm Sandon'a: Marley illimlMad tbla 

morr;i.n5 with (wn iiioMiJi.s' pav " 

Connna was stiU oonalderVig this news wban 
bar maM i g MWa r a d to pok bar aaMn to rlgbla. 
aba apoka of tba laei that aba bad found aa- 
othar maid aboard, one of her oldeat frtenda, 

and thai the tiilrd -.irwArd nttni" from the ^^lme 
town m JDevonslujc Uisi she came from, and 



OOMa aaw a vaat daal at Lord Aaiey for 
tbaagBitbrwdaya^ Aha wobid have balmnd 
in mam tba aama way. if Axlay imd bored bar. 
but be did not bon bar. Ba bad a gift of 

conipa[):> iiittjiiii V. Bduoated and a gentle 
inan. ht- tiad yet worked as a day laborer, 
sailed before tne mast, and generally roughed 
U «n all paru of the world. U Oorlana bad 
aot baan annarad bi.bar flnt wild ion for 
Peter Marlay. aho mlgbt ban baan In aeme 
danger. 

But. ' > ^t ful state of mind, per- 

hapa tiif piea^nLCAL feature tn Ibe situation 
a-as her fathera tactfuOy veiled daUgbt- 

Lord Alky wu to gat 00 at Obarbeurt. and 
tba laat ovantaic be torttad her to take a stroU 

t n drrlc after rtinnrr, with a manner neither 
more not leas casual than his habitual man-* 



it 



A Father's Sufferine 

^^ND do you ever ihink *ha! nr 



yean 



IsT" aald her father. "For lourteeo 
', anr alon your motbar'a daatb, yoo 



X naUy fond. And you not only Inalat on 

doing what I beUeve to be £uicidnl. butyou wUl 
not do me the small favor of taUnc a f*w 
aaentba to tUnk It onr." And balng touebad. 
aa^wa are apt to be, Bson by his own eloquaooa 
than by banb faota. tba taan atood in Mr. 
Daner's eyes 

Corlnna had never seen her father cry, had 
never mpposed liiat .such a thing war; paviuble: 

abs wu shocked. She said instantly: "Ob, 
latbar, rm ao aorry. Of eeuraa. X wOl go 
abroad. It abnoat breaks my heart, but X wUl 
. . . not for six months, but for ihrep. I 
will go for thm montba.* 

The door opened, aod Mimster said, with his 
babttual detachment: "Mrs. Sandon." 

Oortana, wttb ana of ibon impnlaes of fam- 
Uy aoUdaiity. ateppad batwoen bar father and 
hu guiat *t>b. Vm ao aorry, Un, Sandon." 
she mU. 1 kept father talkbiff, and ba lant 
draaaad. aad I'm going to be awfully lata for 
dinner, but tt^ aU ray teult" 

ICr. Oanar mofmorod (bat ba'd be down la 





yoB know these are ooi onr cbalra. i always sit on ibe starboard Mde smng over ajU^' 

Mm wttb aval adsntian. •VMbar, dau^ tUa la Lard 



succeed and bad baan gofoc ^ ^ve tin salary 

raided on the ftnfe OT tba aMbtb . . * «Bd 
it might be hla wbola aaraar . . . 

Ite aoond of Mr. Doners footatapa wu 
beard bafon sbe had flnLshrd Mrs. Sandon 
bM bp one finger m tok^n that that she was 
gabia to say souiething inipciriant. "Oo 

abroad," she said, "and If you can forget, for- 
get: bat. fo any oaaa. make your father pnm- 
isa tbat tba yomig man abant Ion bit job." 

tnlhought-Of Danger 
/~^ORINNA would never have foreaeen this 
^ danger, but, when It wu potaitad out to 
her. ivhe recognised the Ukellhood Of It. 

She rcoognlaed It aU the mon whan *a 
ipaba to bar latbar en tbg Jdbjaett tba my 



than she mentioned that poor young Lord 

Axley was on board. "My father wa.^ gar- 
dener :o hiA father, the poor old Kentleman." 
Connna rmin very aliithUy out of her trance 

and said. "Lord Axley, Am a n da?" • 
*nre8,mlm. Not Lord AXIay, of MfodUhaBi— 

not the eari. bttt tbat poor, unfortunataa young 

gentleman, Banm Axley, of Plggea eo mbe, X 

told you of, " 
Connna tried to remember, but Amanda's 

talu wen many, and no one atood out "The 

one who ran off wUb tba tl^ibropa danecr In 

Oeykm?" sbe a^ed. 

"Ob, no. miB.1." s^id Amanda, "(hat was Vl^- 
count Perot daughter. No. this poor young 
gentleman— well, miss, he cheated at cards at 
his club and was caught, as tbey aay. red- 
handed, and narar baan abia to Un at bonw 

alnce. and hcX a vpry pleasant young laatlO- 
man. miss, tliey Nay. only weak ' 

Corlnna suddenly ut straight up. "111 get 
up. Amanda, ' she said, "and ITX wear that 
new apertadnai^ tba light Mno and aOrar ana. 
What dan ba look bka, your yoong aard- 
abarparV" * 

"Ota. be*a ncy hanflanma, mlaa. and otar abt 
foot talL" 



'Ob. aren't ibeyT" said Cortnna, beaming ut> «i 



nar. As they walked, they talked of intereettng 
things, as they alwrnr; did , . . 

Then Lhey had slopped and leaned their 
elbows on the rail, and he had said. "I'd like 
to ask your advice about a friend I expect to 
au la a few daya. Poor UHiom, ba*8 done tor 
blmaalf. I dont know bow it la in the SUtes, 
but in ttigl'nd than an mlala^w you can 
make tbat flaiata you worn than any flUaaa^ 



A' 



had never te<m h<>r father cry, bad 
that soch .1 ihlnic 
sbe wee shocked. 



a minute siul a-ent upstairs. Be had no sen.^ 
of danger in doing this; Indeed, he would have 
aald that he desired nbiblng ao much as thst 
they should baoaBM Crlenda; and he did not 
raHaet that, aeparated u they wan by twanty 
yean, they had [in;> < eip bnnd their profoODd 
aaoterlc knowledge ut hl.^ char^riT. 

fcU^y Extravagant GirU 
VfM SANtX^irs point of Tlaw about 

oortnna wu that aba did not daubt tbat 
aba banalf had been Uke tbat wban aba was 

young, but sbe simply could not take much In- 
threat in Idle extravagant ftrls Corlnna's 
aplBlB of Un- Kitndon was that alie wai 

l a ^d n ldj ' the best of tbam. If father nally 
meant to remarry, but tto hoped he'd wall 
until Nhe had marrlad Ofat Yet. wllb tbla 
lather unprDmising beylnntaig, as they kwfcad 
at each other, tbey ware both aware that they, 
wit of the whole wortd. wan Iba only two who 
undcietood Bdmond Daaar, aad tbak If lta«r 
stood together, be wooM ba powartem 

Motblag of the kind wu Mid, however. 
Oerlaaa raaaarked: "Poor father i uppoM 
he hu told yon what a tbne he u having with 



Aad W% 



-Yofc ba m 



m 



tone In which he said he could not pledge 
hlmr.elf to rrUln anyone in hL^ employ. If he 
should turn out tinutlnfartor:. , proved to her 

that hU plan wu to get nd of Pater at onea. 

Ooriana wu varr Ana. T wUi not go 
abroad, fMbar," iba aald, "unlesn you promisr 
ma that mer wyi be In bb old postuon when 
1 cat back ' 

Aad he. reluctantly, promised. 

lager as Mr. Z3aner waa to get away, mad- 
dened u be wu by kaotrtadga tbat OoAnaa 
wu a w a m l hig enry kMoao meaaant at tba bed- 
aide of htH brokni legged iterretary, he could 
not tear hua.*eir free from ail hta Invulvaments 
under a month in that month Oefftaaa and 
Mra. Sandon mat aevoeal Umaa 

oertaiu took ifea iwlnn to an Mtar, bo- 
<-iiit ' I the triumphant vbtdtcatkm 

nt niiM '••■! A..ii^j,ii.q opinion that Peter was 
great and fatcinating. The OMieting wa/ a 
gnat aunoaas At laaat. wban Oonnna turzted 

of one who bu juat abown snfiHiir tba algbtb 
wonder of the world. Mn Sandon auaereil. 
-^eU. my dear, l don't beUevc I should ever 
hen promiMd (o go abnad, K I waa you." 
At wMeb Oarlnaa bmat lato taan. bat 
■anaClvthaA 



DUtinguiahing TraiU 
LL tba ttma aha wu dnaHag, Cortnna 
waa aodnetlat disttncttlahlng tralte of 
the baron from her maid's description, but 

Amanda was not an artist in word.*-, and 
Corlnna oould not form a complete picture 
'About bait paat tea dw stepped out tipon 
the deck, a perfect plotun of lanooent, fitendly 
girlhood, and u most people at tbat boor 
«rre cither still In their cabin*, or flse enrr- 
cising on deck, she was able to institute a 
thorough search of the names oo the deck 
chain. At laat aba flung banaetf down to a 
cbalr not marked wttb bar ova aama, and 
waited 

Bhr did m>'. tinvp to wait long. She saw him 
coming the irngtli of the derk, a very tall man 
in a tweed suiL He went to his chair and 
dumped aome magaattm and wu about to go 
on his way when suddenly all Oortnna'a pan- 
iheinaiitt oi tKiokH. scarfs, knitting, and a 
purne cra.ihed 'o thr- deck. The young man 
tunie^, stooped, observed a singularly pretty 
gtrl and pnaentKy aank tela bla itelr al bar 



Atone for Crime 

A PIBR aU, you oan go to priaon for a 
*^ erlina and aome people tblnk you atona 

for it, but these other things , Well. 
ilU5 fellow did one of Uiem at nineteen— pretty 
young, what? And he's been meandering about 
over tbe face of tba earth, but not ao unhappy 
atttaat . . . uatU tba poor foal fan la Ion. 
real thing you know, pure yoimg girl, and 
with money, to make It harder. What do you 
tuafc ba ougtat to do, juat to ««ar hi UMBoa 
. . . or . . ." 

Vtm, 1 should think so, said Corlnna 
baetily. aoeacbow. aba bad never ibougbt or 
tbla pnalblUty. tbat be mlgbt fau In love with 

barkbd confes.<i; that he would see it would be 
his redemption to marry her, yes. but to fail in 
love with her ... if he wen m love . . . 

"XXn't be too baaty," be aald. "Tban la tba 
other thing, you know, the posalMtlty that, if 
he made a clean breast of it he might forgive 
him and agree to .itart trcsh with turn and all 
tlut sort of loeii. you know. Perhaps, to make 
It quite clear, 1 ought to tell you tbat It was 
aafda IMa USiom bad learned to do card 
Irtafca, and at but the moment came when he 
was having rotten lock, and he needed par- 
ticularly lo win . . ." 

Lord Axley," aald Oorlnna. bar voloe not 
perfectly steady, "I mlly muatnt let you go 
on, bauun I know what you want to tall ma. 
X knew It befm we met". 

'You knew it*" he said, and his eym^aaad 
m hope. "Why, then, you can't—" 

"No," ahe said Im sot^y. but It doesn't 
mean what you think. I have been using you 
far m9 oan puipoaa^ wbleb wu tor 



iRPbaa Mr. Daaar nunland ont on d#afc ba 

fotmd his daughter enga^ced in snlmatai OM- 
versatlon with s hand-tome siranrer 

He stopped besidf* her. "I have been look- 
ing everywban for you." be mid, "you know 
than an not our ehatn. S alwaya aK an tba 
starboard aide falaa anr and—" 

"Oh, arent tbey." lald Oorlnna. burning up 
at him wpii niLal adorAtloa. 'TaiHai, Mac 
tbla U Lord Axley." 

She wu pnud to aw Mr fatbv Wu aak 
too oardiaL 

tlo you want lo watt a Mt. Oorlnnar* be 

u'.ked, after a moment 

"Oh. yes. father." she retunwd. aiid they 
left the young man in undlipawn pOWidan 
of hla own aleamer chair. 

•mo la tbla youaa mant" 

'Yea fcaow tferytblm ibat I do Re said 
bto aaaw wu Aabv." And ahe added. "la 
ttaa anNi a pfoaa u WadMbwr 



H' 



in iho Poerage 



or aot. but Oarbma waa aoro cbat. 

when they parted hr would look up ihr name 
of Axley in thr peerage Indeed, lookup in 
through the Library window Khe sttW hk 

ite ItatakfeMMrad volM^ 



/Vo< an Baty Story 

Li ESia was not sn ra.iy .^torj' to tfll to a 
man who had juxl made her a sincere 
declaration of affection— that she waa bl Idaa 
with another man and uaiaa tbla ooa enly u 
to hvfottar bow nmeb 
Bat Aa BtHBBMad 
tbrobgh It 

I M-f ssLd Axley, "It was Just beoauae I 
was so impossible that I was so useful to you." 

Tfien was a laeg aDanca. Sbe felt terribly 
guUty. Bbe longad to do ewnafhlni to atana, 
but any ktndly words sounded ■> patmdabig. 

And that moment. Mr Drake, a friend of 
her fatlier. approached them and asked If 
they wotildn't Uke to make up a rubber of 
brtdfe. Tbe afternoon befon Ooriana bad 
playad a nmber wllb eoraa o( Ur. Z)nke*a 
irir-ndfi and. Mr P'.ikf'ti partner, aba bad 
not i-n>oyrd ihr np-^rif ii> r After each band 
ba pcSntrd out mildly, iiut at great length, 
wban a game might have been amde. it 
Oottnna kad hid ficht Blddbw ftgM aaaaat 
blading acoonUng to tba nvanmaaia Ua 
band at tbe moment— 

"Ob. yen.' she said, ' ly^rd Axley and I would 

Uka nothing better." And as (bey walked to- 
ward tka aaloaa tfM muimved to Aalry. 
"Aad 1 tfunM Uv to play with you." Bar 
nrtl da nn to bfan wu aOt mlmlaoad. Hhay 

' ui m the followtna order Mr Drak* a queen, 
her father a four, ahe a thm and Liord Axlay 
the only end Bml 



Enjoyed the Came 

OOOld be no den.vlnc ih^t Curitina 
enjoyed the game. It u alwuv.i ^iicu.sant 
to win, but it Is even plaasanter wt^ you feel 
a aseral purpon 1* belag served by yov aue- 
oaaa, aad alao wtMCi you find your "fPftftwila 
quarm ungraeafOUy. Ur. Doner was not so 

meek under oorreotlon U she hiid b*^n When 
he waa o^ed, "Why in tbunder did you double, 
my dear DancrT" he wotild answer: "Beeaum 
t did not auppan you would ba bMdtaia two 
wttb nothing but Bn to a bbv.** Ur. Drake 
WOUM dintU^ thn with a wave and say "it's 
a paSKilOlogUAl game, I>aner I play my 
lucky streaks ' But he did u .< : . i.f bay- 
ing a lucky streak tbat ovcoiug, his flnsmm 
an want wreat, wharau Lart Ailaya alwaya 
want rivht 

As they ended the last rubber Mr. Drake 
spoke words Uiat had never before fallen from 
hla Upa. "I baUan I dont Wd rtgbt," ba aald. 
z bdlan I abaU take eema laaaana when X go 
home." Ha bad loot over four hundred dol- 
lani. at modanie atokea Batwoen Ooriana 
»nd her fatbor, flfienaial dabta bad nat narti 
meaning. 

Oarbma and Axley patted tbafg atth b nry 

casual good night U'Tien about aeoa tta aaxt 
day. Mr. Uaxicr. liavlug been bOV wUb hla 
packing and letter writing, emerged on da^ 
he looked vainly for a tall figure, slumped as 
wu ooabanary. In tba chair baaMa Ua dangb- 
ler. Corinna was reading. 

"Where u our young iricnd, the earl?" said 
her father at last 

Oortnaa lookod up awoaUy and bUakad bsr 
eyae. *1avd Adoy." rtw uid. ■Xtti, ho fot off 
at Obaftouv." 

"What!" erted ber father. He wu not 
wholly able to conceal that this news was a 
duappointmcnt almost a shook, and Oorlnna 
had every cxeuse for aaUna; INd yaa bba 
him ao aaaih. fotbngy 

-Yea. t did." mid Mr. Doner firmly. 1 Uksd 
him very much. Didn t you?" 

"You make me very happy, father." aba 
mur m un d. '^a bannt always afnad about 
my friends, rm so glad that this time We do." 
Her voice sank. "I like him. too," die almost 
wblipered. 

"Well, it dooent eaem to matter much 
whether we do or nob" npUad Mr. Daaar: *V 
he's got o8 at Paria, wa may agnr aw him 
atala." 

iihy Confidence 
pORINNA smiled. "Ob. Z tbfok woU au 
bba afato,'* she aald wttb a aoat aC Ay 
oonfldenn. be to Parte befon eo nry 

long ounsdveri It 5eemi, ' hhe added, after a 
short pause 'hut gddcd enormous significance 
to her wordii. r . -ma that his mother Is Uving 
at Nloe. Ua wanted to an bar, of aouna. 
fotbar.* 



It WB.^ a simple staiemenL, but one that 
enormously aigniflcant to Mr. Uaner. Ue felt 
wise and suooeeeful. a man who played noi 
bcbtly, but agportly, wilb buaaa peyabalmy. 
Hardly a waak, aad tba triek wu ttoaad. 
nfaally ba aald: 

"My dear otaUd. you don't give me your fuU 
ro n flden n . aad I dent Mb M. taut M nm «y 
tbla: If yon an wonytof aboat any nnpipilka 
tlen at home; ro taha oan or tbat-4aan It 

all to me," 

"How would you Lake rare of ttt" 

Mr. Darter made a great, free gesture. 'Just 

iMve It to mat I would itod aeau mattaod o( 



"For lotfBf me. father?" Shr nmlled at htm 
He wu glad tfM took hin meaning so qnlckly. 
"Yott mean a partnership?" 

""Xlm young man la hardly material for a 
pastaenblp, a^anlallr la a Om Uha Daaai. 
UeOrue, but . , 

"Why not? You find bim auoh an exetflant 
private secretary, ana abau fan aaaa to baap 
on Indefinitely," * 

Be did not anawar. A aaaond ahanu bad 
ooBM to bte to aoafom Ibat ba bad kraiwn 
hla word, and ba dM not take It Nothtaig fur- 
ther wa5 .IS Id lAte that afternoon they land- 
ed and took the train for London, where Uf. 
Daner had engaged his accustomed suite at 
tbe Berkeley. The nest momlai be bad gone 
out as aeon as be had bad kiulfaal a good 
solid breakfast with kippered hemi«a— to 
visit his benker. who wu alao hla friend. 
Cortnna ittirmpted to calculate the length of 
time it would take him to walk to the bank to 
do his business, to bring the otmvnnatton 
round to a aobla aarl, aad dtooovar tbat B wu 
not a nobla aarL bat a bad bana wttb wbom 
bit daoRbtar bad appaiaal^ iBvalvad bma^ 



B 



Bad Nem Travel 
UT she imilifeeflmaiid Cba rato ad abieb 
bad news trania Bar fbtbar wu bntt to 



the parlor of their suite before xhe was half 
dreued. calling loudly for her, and. when she 
went In, she found him standing liicra 
"Did that man toU you that he waa e( 
It" 



that? XI BOUdtdilato a dteaaa." 

"Dld Axley tell you he waji hJOOft atf 
sham? Beeaum U ba did, l»c uadi HalM 
turm out he Is Bat a pM _ 
aoquatotanu B Mnd." 

"Why, father." aald Oorlnim. 1 1faongbt yon 

llk*'d him •o much ' 

"Ukr him. said Mr, Daaar. "I'd like Wf- 
one who could make you forget that eouaaan" 
plan tcUow at bonMu X rauat aay, yoa baaHtt 
nay aaaa laato to awa, Ombnm. 9Wa 
U a aardbhatpor. Tba. t deal 



"What ahocks m^ UUit, is yoor not remwm- 
bmtaa Ibat x dm not Uka bim maeb mft I 
bad rear approval. I aald to a^adlt vBBi 1 

nnt felt attntciad w bim. iH aaaMI my 
father first Xll never make Iba ^Mffrr of 
taking a fancy to anyone without the stamp of 
his approval, but tt aaeuA altar aO . . .* 



could not gm BP JMf : aaapba b wu an a 

■lander about bB tfiaaillig il ear*: she 

plMd^il »i't, \.rr r*;i.*r ;iol to \.:._-<r iTif 

even went down on her mass, hegglia to be 



THH DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. MAY 12. 1929 



Thursday's Child 



He'Was Married, 
and So That Was 



By 

JACK LAI I 



IF Mondays chiM i-. r.^;; ■ 1 t»et,M 
Ua\(' Iwni tufTii cTi .1 Mu!idtt3f; tf Thi—diy^ 
■ ruid a full gra; !■ KIlA might hnv.-- tw^n 
hom on a Tuawtoy, U w«dn«ad»7'» ''tttli ^i 

of flBft wifiA hK9t hoTTi nn « 

WtinMdiv; tat rt» vh mrn ea » nwntej* 
•e Mte m ThmrndBT^ e$itM. uifl foA fw to 

i:.- A; ■' .'..i , ^ . I -■ ■ ' ■ 1 ■ ' !■ •,inc« 

l.i.ii -ATI., a iiirtiU. .(.rui "!!..■ 

«hra the makts go— out- 

Od Um pMtlcuter Thunday bere diacussed, 
*i M at 1 11 mllw to co; to tlM txnw of 
IMV MBt^-nantact. ter o«C in tt» mbuita 
«TMl a tooOif ride from ttte ivartMit «f BO* 
Larv -'.I 'T'- she worked for » llvlnff M 

UuiijsU shf n-Mi ijwn saturdar'B child. 

I: not A uii I U 1ft nchc iJi« t a t '.rar tmj 

yn^». lor ber nl|ht out. Id Aunt Blaoche'a 
boaM abt vwM SMft BSL And Bill wu the 
W( ninfl IB Bte^ uhmmuw iilnrt. ofiberwlM 
impliWMTif efl i tf i nne 

Mrs Hoiirk wu.'. dMWdMt. a^ttttf, tmar 
lltue woman wtii n she vu arennd. Bla 
waa the .-lubjpct of nagglxiB. iwoldlng ruj*,sli\ii 
and complaJnUi*. Bui EUa was beuor satia- 
flad wben she wa« there. Because when ahe 
mmX aUluT Bonck pestered b«r wttb un- 
Mtatto atUmirti to nuke lov* to bv. And 
Bht kMMlMd Urn irtBt eoataapt aad M 
hatred. 

on this fateful Thursday Mrs. Rouck had 
gone of! to one of her many club meetings. 
She waa a "worker** In onmerona eauaea, a 
ufawr and a Joiner of intensity and 



After Dinner Diver»ions 

1^ INNEFi over, she had darted ofl. leaving 
^ f:u to «-aah liio dlabM and stralghien 
up. and leaving Hillary <abe thought) to 
calmly road hla aptay flcUon maifcalnt. But 
BOUry dUn't rand kng. Ba animtmd out to 
ma kMidian to «nnor 

SllA'a thonghti ware ol BUI— btg. hanrtanm^ 
whoteMtme Bm. He hadn't aiked her to ba 
his wUc. but she had mgh bopea. BID WM 
only a chaitlZenr. but he waa atodylng me- 
chanics and bopad to lat a better Job at mora 
PV. He want to aehooi bnl not on 

Thvradoyt, 

BUI Uvea witb bis motber, near Aunt 
uiancha's. TUks tbere were nelgbborly. and 
he met Ella at ber relative's borne. ThereaXtor 
he never mland eamng Thursday evenlnf. 
And CUa never mtsaed totng to Aunt Blancbel. 

■o aift was bnrrylss so. baoauae as soon 
aa tbe laat «Ui had baan md into tba nek 
and the last mi[ienfiil bad been emptied tn 
the wa5ie bos, aha ma free to ny for her bus. 

But HilUr? Honok ambled m. On hia un- 
inspiring face was a amlle aimed to br allur- 
tDg. He wore a striped housegown Ella lookMl 
up. ptilled a lUUa aOent alob. and went on 
about bar buamaaa ROkcr ■tood. banda fta 
his poefceli* w a i l wiH il a t WH her, Mgaatty be 
ft poke: 

"Well, good-iooklnff. wtaati an ftr taalgUff 

Big date. I suppose." 
"No. sir— Just going to my aunt s, ' 
"And tf I don't beUeve. then what? Donl 

teO me a bot mamma Ufce yon ts apendtav 

your night off with aST aaat.'* 
She didn't answer. 



IHt'nty of Sheika 

X^IT'HY. you I ' .•■■< plenty ot ulicik^. to 

take you lor joyndea and to cabareta 
and itaowa and nhatnot. X knov-hto-X 
know I would." 
nrhanks. But rm golnc to my aont^" 

■■0)i I .-rjulihi't r.-vkr Oil' *nr-it:hl MUSt 
niakr preparations for LtiLiijc^ iik<^ i tiii' . But 
next Thursday— 1 could stay downtown, and 
wtm you're off you could meet me. and—** 

•*No. tbanks. Ifr. Hdog^ t wouldn't do that" 

"Oh. the aaadam wooldnt pet wtoe." 

"Itet bat irtiat makaa nw av 

"What elaa, tbenr rd abow you a good time 
—lake yntt places where you've never been 

and prr-ii ihl'r nfA-^r will \yr othrr*i.Kp- — 

*^ doo I go around with married men.** 

"Nanaaaaa. nava an oM-teabtonad atofy- 
book gag. Puritan itoS. Tdove not a Purt- 
tan. are you? Are yottf* 

-I ni u respectable. dMMl gM. tf thafb VTBat 
you want to know " 

"Of course you are. I beilevr ynu Tlmt'-i 
why I toek aucb a shine to you. i don't like 
fiy. toi«ta Janmea. But that tMatet'stop you 
irom tafctac a otaanae irttb aia awna whap a 
outalde. wherw we can talk thlnvi 9*tf. ^itban 
we havo mmngpb er e wa y be a drtak at Mro 
to raise our splrtta * 

n never Mak." 

Some Cracked Ice 
scnptrr. tuL X know a Uttle place wha« 
^ they ean take a few drape out of a lev 

llulllaB, drop tn some cracked Ice. shake It np, 
and out ootnes a cocktail that tastes Ufce no- 
tMdy's business " 

"Anyway— not my biLiinw " 

"Oome, come now. ESla Quit being to bard- 
to-flat. Dcoi^ you Ilka aw-at aU— not a Uttle 
kttf- ' 

"I have nothlnc aflalnst you— aa Uaig as you 
leave me alone. I dont think you ought to 
come here In the klt^ihen and propoalUon me." 

"That's bcoanse I'm food of you. Vou in- 
terest me. I want to know yon 

to know omre about you " 

"I eaa*t see what aboet ma eeoM 
fo»— that I should listen to. We>e never 
talked except on tbis one sobjeeL What about 
mr 1-oiiUi arouse your curtaeltyf*' 
HUlary took a st^ closer 
■^our beauty Vnur face, your fom. Ttefr 
pret^ eoongh Co be a diirhaaa Vob eaold 
make a Beoadway ttwe wltb year bwM 

"Sure. iteVa an thai tet e i aa U you. Wen. 
I think you ought to be aahamart of yewMU. 
rKicherlng Tmir own .-vnAnt-flrl. you old 
enough to be my father, nnd with a wtfb ef 
your own. Ton tfMaildnt make a foot et her 
behind bar back, laavlcig out every other rea- 
aoB why yea aheQidnt tie nenkeylafl aratMl 

wMb my wort 

yon have an eieoiag. Testa only 

paay Ibau i am? ' 

youll pardoB me, bir. Hoork. die Is." 
*^alWU lay you^ at leeet fnafc about 
U e ie ii btart.* 

Thm tnformadon 

Ml" DOfTT know an\ rood renaon why t 
should hold the infonnauon out on yon. 
YenaMlaei^* 




you'rv In Ion!? Oee. he fflUlt be aometh.i 
that boao " 

"you bet be is. And if he walked m hrn- 
•■d heard yen talk to me Ufce you du, he o 
ttvov yarn thnugh that vtaitpo and wouktot 
stop to open it . . • Itov luajfbe yoQ nn- 
rirretanrt a lot o! *Juiig« ^" 

"Applesauoe- I uudentand evcvytbblf. But 
you know nothing Vuu rr going to waata aU 
that beauty, youth, on some yofcat who*U make 
a davey out of yon. That can wait, that 
fctad takee aaaend iWe lea ew ae " 

■Da elTBde toward BIbl 

^ut your mouth," she shiinad. "Dont you 
talk to me Uke that. You have no right to. 
Mow. I've got a knife in my hand. And you're 
ataamlng ma up. I never killed anybody, but I 
IhlskI vottld ■ 

Ton veuldnt fcffl a cooh r oa ob * 

**X win If you dont leave me be." 

"Put it down put It down and come to your 
aenaes. I made you a fair and Mjuare proposl- 
Uon 

6ba lautfiad— a aardonlc, bitter laugh. 
— and you bimad It down. Mow 111 hand 
It to you again, and maybe you'U aea some 
Ught; I want you. Ill take yoa out of this 
kitcttrn ni i>r K ind and ewaei asA lovlpi and 
generous and 

Ba shook tiT hmd — in amaaMMRlt at the 
iBan*a stiQidity rather than to aumaa the 
aegayva. 

"I wooUnt let you lay a finger on nw." ibe 
exclaimed. If you offered me a diamond car- 
p( t tu walk on and a' jacht Oant yoa un- 

drnland anything?'* 

Fvrrythlng, But BO far Z baUeve nothing." 

•^cii. than, listen to thk and behave it; 
nn gotng oat of here in ten minntea— to my 
auat'a bouse— and to my BQL And if you 
don't get out of here tbla ndnnte, IH cork 
back in the morning and nt-nTfr ■ ^ 

"Ye»--yes; you'U what?" 



"And I got It . . . well. I don't beUeve 
U. I think Us because you work here. In this 
taOBie, In my home, and know Mra. Houck— 
thatrs why. If I d met you somewhere elaa " 

The an.-iwer would have been the same. I 
don 1 have affairs with married men, and you 
aren't my type— It would be lunny." 

■nie Hoed ruelmd to Bouok'a foretaaad. 

"Ob— ttmny? Wbat^ ao funny about Itr 
he demanded, as he advanced on BDa. "Teu 
mean I'm Ujo old for a woman—a girl— to love 
me? I could have a hundred. Just as good- 
looklnfl «• 9«ti — " 

"Why dont youT n you can land that 
many, you surely dont need me." 

"I don't need you But you've nhenimgwl 
me. So rm going to get you." 

lUa tunied her eyea end aaw bla. .She shift- 
ed ao thai the enameled kitchen table was 
between tbem. Houck made a tunge at her, 
upsetting several uienML-- on the table, flhe 
xeooUed and his grab missed her. 

"rn get you. you bear?" be relteraled. *miat 
I want I (ret. and I want you." 

"You let me akne, or you'U get what you 
don't want." 

"Baya who? Why. you Uttle cutle. I oould 
braik yeu hi half with my two bands. I 



A Wicked Sneer 

UOUOK gripped the Uble with his two 
hands. Be threw on a wicked sneer and 
looked her right in her eyes: 

Tut down that knlfet Tou cant acarc me^ 
Put It doen. I don't Ufce H." 

"Then get out of here and slay out of here." 

"Chip that knife. You wouldn't use It any- 
way." 

"I dont want to. But " 

Bouek changed hfai taetlOB. 

"Don t be a slUy child. I'm wild about you. 
1 oould give you everything— olothea. Jewelry. 
moMy. eeatfcat, laaury. a oar— everything. 
You dent have to alop anund eptth peia and 
pane. You undaretandf* 



"\*er>' clearly. T nnderstand, Mr. RoOOk. I 
don t want any of that stuff—" 
"Bokmey. Every girl dooa." 
"I dont want it fraa you." 
"What do yon care treea irhona. aa lohg as 

you get U?" 
"Tlw price Is too high?" 
"How do you knovt Who eat a prIaaY" 
"I'm no idiot." 

n think yon are no, I dant tMnk yon are. 
I thtafc yente BlKy*«etlnfl jaet tn nia the 

prtoe op." 

•"I ft'WJin t talklnx abonjt. tiip pnpr ytxi want 
tn pay tor me— 1 meant the price you want 
me to pay to you." 

"Oh, well aetOa that as we go akng." 

"We^ net gotog aleng." 



Thai ^Ahaurd Knife 

V^^H, yes WF are . . now put down 
^ that abeord knUe. You start paying 

the pnoe right hen and right nna noa Hi 

mm in advaaoe " 

"Over your dead body. ThereH be ao kbnea 

m thill kitchen tonijj;hi Mr Moutt." 
"There sure wiU— at least one," 

**rben you'U have to wait for Mn. HOodc 
and bring her hi here-aolhlafl dali« wttb 
me . . . and out tt dwrt, beeanaa I have 

to ftridi and l have to go out^ ' 

"Ob— yoiT I remember. To your aunfaf" 
"Right. To my aunt s ... and tfaare 
rn meet the nan I tove^" 

II That'a It Z rmaaad It. Be 



QnihAWa^ 

MfflJ. leU your wife! Bney word you aald 

--every - 

•T^oaf I'm on my way . . . that knUe 
mean.t nothing In my young career. Bnt that 
other knife yon Jnat pulled on me " 

"Mr. Bouofc. tf you men oould only realise 
or appreciate a small part ot the piotection 
you get fnim us girls, yon might treat us with 
inorr n-sp<v '. , If <!ulirt give you so inurh 
prutectlun. 1 know you would treat us wRli 
more respect 

*t:an you imagine the panic that would hit 
MMi buv l^vaiy gtrl picked up only one tele- 
pbrone apleee and apOlad into one ear what 
abe fcaaowa abaot oaa man? 

"It would ton thie town »j r.ir iipsi(i>\]>.<.(:i 
that half the population would be walking ui> 
their heads. 

"But we dont. As a rule we kaap our mouths 
abut, M why, I dont Jnat fcnov. Maybe 
It'a Co apara tba other wonutn. Maybe It's be- 
aanae we dont want to be oruel, even to those 

who lay thrm.-wlve.i open for it aa4 Wbo have 
It good and comini; ui them. 

"Of all the cases you know-*«HlBR own. 
I imagine, at leasts-how many twSrawe yoti 
ever knonn oaa woman to tip off anntlwr to 
Apw up tbat flthw vovaa^ agnl Mighty 
few. m bet 

"Now, I m with Mn Bouck g<aay hOWs 
every day hours when yoa arent here and 
'wouldn't liave a rabbit's chance to even put li. 
a word, to tall one flimsy Ue in your own de- 
fence. 

"Tve new peeped a ayOabla about yonr 
aaaaky, aaaky ebastng-about your holding mr 

up in my work and chlneltn^ at the (rw h mr 
of Uberty I have away from this .Mnk kjiij 
these slops. 

"^nt tm tealng my paOenoe. rm where i 
wonldnt taaalftato to tnm yea op. And if yon 
want to make your future ii''- inr ^-r^tV.--- hr 
for youneU. Just take ooe niori- u. 
ward me. 

"n i ere— I'U throw down the knife. I havr 
a better weapob Na» IMan to thla. and I 
mean It: 

"I Bwear tt en my aeuS. Mr. BOork. If yon 
say one more wovd to ma ZU tell vour aire' 
He turned and walked oofe— without a word 



Siranf:* V f / / hmtatical 
Sttiiifs "I h>n* in 
ilie Head 



*7oa%e wrong, 
bam worked It out 
la ao and so." 



be flbnaBML n 
paper and the 



•My boy." aald r*r, 
an taetanfa paaea.i 



hare locgoibeo the 



Corinna Tries Again 



Ofl ntbiu ed Vtam 
Freoediat Fege 



T' 



"Dent you try It 11I rai.T the roof if you 
taueh me " 

"Nob you wont, I know your kind. You 
love to be ibeaad and caught Oome bera- 
te aa." 

•MO* en your Ufe," 

"Come here \'rn^ heard me, I'm going to 
fciai tbat pretty mouth if It'ii the last thing 
1 da- 

"ZtyDUdehBvmbetbelaat thing you'U do." 
a ■iii-WTr"' 
Mb M ywM a My-kfllert" 

Rough Stuff SuvrU 

s«\i7iu aea about that." btaeed Benok. 
And be ateited anund the tabia aftw 

hpT In passing, Clin, now Tw-arrd and asgry. 

•i.p\rfi\ n. hmom With one loim sweep of his 
t .nil !i ..11 k knocJtrd il out of her hold Ella 
bat:ked away and again dicled the table, the 
man in pumult trying to ttoasee her into a 
where the nam BMae ol the table 
• b ut aaa a Itaeni. at wbsch strategic 

he Intended throwlne hLt aRBB BVaand 
bar and lifting tier over to hUn. 

Aa BUa. aeetng the situation as elearty as he 
dM. pMaad the eetnar, ber band aUppad dewn. 
and. wtthent taking bar ayee eff MM fbr e««B 
a glariee. ber flngera eMMI OB the "ni**" X 
the botebcr knlfr 

She held tt. point at him. not In the man- 
ner Ot a daapmade. but in a girllab way. The 



iiawbllBg. bar vhelt baiy 
Upa wave parted In an 

lamar than attack 
"Doit yea oome near 



qulvertug; bar 
of lavTor 



ahe whlapered. 



'ME recent death In the Middle West ot 
wuuam Olroag, Ugbtnlag oeleahMr, who 
oould ivatoh a aCrug of frvigbt eaia go by and 
gtva the eovreet toui or ..-^r 
running into seven figure ^ 

of the last car flaffhrd by brInRN to i 
feats ot another mathematician who could do 
most aatoniablBg sums "in bla bead." His feaU 
were lathar the by-prednet of eeund knowl- 
edge In tba field of mathemattaa than mere 

"stunts " like those of the Peoria oaleulatflT. 
He could only be prevailed u[>on With ditD- 
culty to reveal his power of mental gymnastlea. 

Tbla man waa tba late P ro f aae nr Saffaid, 
bead of the DeparlBMBt of MatbeoMHae in 
WUUama OoUaga. The atudenbi of bla day 
lovfid to test his abUlUea. tt they found bba 
in a raaponalve mood, be would give the cor- 
reet answer to an ab«tnue problem as fast as 
the propoalUon could tw .stated. His usual 
peeoa dui e waa to leave his atttiag-noaa, where 
the mquMltee gueat waa eaated. nm Qidekly 
up and dewn the first flight ot stain in tiis 
home and r*-enter the llving-room with the 
answer on his tip.t 

Once a wily undergraduate sougbt to tzip 
htm up. He took bla own age aa a teal end 
bUiortauslv worked out on paper tbe mnaber 
ol second.* he liad lived from ao exaot Mrth 
hour to nine o'clock on the morning of the 
day in question. With his long calculation tn 
bla pocket he oaUad on Professor Safford. 

"Pref aaasr." he aatd. "I waa bom at in* 
aiaft aa hoar eT tdaak dqr, 
otd waa t In the seoooda aft I 

The mathematician fODowed tab 
custom, left the roent ran up and dowaataiia 
and retumad wttb an aneoar, wlileb was, at 
eoom. Ht the mUllam. 

Tlie annrer rttrt not agree with the rare' 
■nun which the student had in hu pocket and 



DeUeMe m pmplimeni 
AppealJ ko Premier 



N the uccasioi; 
^ Of the Pr 
red wben tbe 
alon. the Bon. 
Wltb a baM 
dxty-two 

lUnL red- 
voiced by Hon. 
he Worlu. and 
for Three 

the (lorml trit 
mitied and 
but for 5U4-h 
now i>efore 
the passage 
aenal and 
-I 

tunate 
Uberal Ini 

'roug--, arid 
deltcac>. h( 
liad I been 



I the Klxty secorul birthday 
' ot Quet>ec. which occur- 
ive Assembly waa in aaa- 




Itee 

every one a tartl- 

rtate fellcltaUons were 
iaUpeault Minuter ot put> 

fctaurire Dup;w.i'. M TM' 

rbo spoke for the Oppoai- 
tlable aaknoattdgnent ef 
Premier Taacltereau ad- 
d his age. and hinted that 
ng reminders as tbe baakot 
I would hardly be aware of 
m. "HThough this is a per- 
sLieal tnbule." ha went^ 
Jrrtng mat it la ve^r ' w- 
BW Und friends that I am a 
f ia CooservaUve. I am a 
fibwers are also red. 8ocb 
<i-iid have been impomlhie 
'.at tbougb scinee has 
to reeent yaato it baa 



bim a ohanee to aptoto," iha ataneit i 

"even a rrtmlna] Is given that" 

Her father had never aaen Oortnna aa Tk^ 
lent as this. He felt utterly — wImb 
finally tbe scene was over. 

Be made one admission during a partSenlazly 
hysterical speech of Corinna's on the subjeel 
of his unjust hatred of every man sba aelaelad. 
He had saU: -Vglv Marley le. at laeot. hon- 
orable." 

"Ah, you never mid that wben you tbooght 
I cared about tilmt" 

dMiM net have kept him ao bmg aa my prl- 

vate secretary tf— " 

"Do you mean tbat be isnt your private 
aunt** 



not yet 



A mtlr 
tbe ftrst 

i.;:i7ed a' 

lh*-n 




lis Race 



a BMa to the aoo. where ice 
hll Ufe b« saw a parm He 

bound Tor ft few moriT-'B an-l 
ui ikthcT. "Oh. dsddy. looiL at 



A Direct Question 

/"HMVntOimSD with a direct qtiestlon, Mr. 

Dansr saw It was neceaaary to oonfaai, 
but he iwnfaatod rather blnaterti«ly: "Why. 
da. my dear. I felt tbe dtuatton bad baaona 
tee awkward for betb of tts. I dadded . . ." 

"But, talhar, you promised me you ^ave 
me your word of honor oh. to feel mat i 
liave deserted him and mined him at the 
tiaie." She wipt; die fbmg her 
as Bhs sprang teb« feet eoSy to 
on the aofa. Bar faltoar waa 
knew he bad been wrong to break Ua 
about ttarley. and he now saw a way Of 
himaaU right and galainc an eenk 

■■■ .'(ii. (se -jud almost Sternly. 
• "s '<'><! luKien to me. I tMlieve you are right 
n-.trr v> no reason why we should ruto Marley 
between ua. Z wtu oonaent to toke hfcn fcnok la 
my empkiy. If yen wffl give up an idea of a 

ir-'y-n-'^'R- witti that eard.ihariK-r " 
C onan* boxhlcd aatoatbiitt into the 



"T oant bear what yoa are aaybig," saio 

poof Mr naner. 

Corinna Ufted ber face nrom tbe brocade 
"I'm aaying tt la probably too lata; Peter na^ 

have shof hlmf^U by thu time " 

"Houaenae. " replied Mr. Daner, DnA, tf ypii 
Z11 eaUa." Ba aat down at tha daak 
Oaetaua. z am wrttuig the eable: 'Regrei 
abeot Marley. Aafc bbn to ecmtinue m 
Ua former podtion'." 

A aah irom the aofa^eenad the words, "At 
aa tauraaaad mlary.* 

"At an Increase of fifty a month." 

"A hundred a month," eobbed Corinna. and 
Mr. Danar wrata U ae ^ mU. Ha eakulatod 
tbat twdve hundred a year was a — *^«r"-' 
to pay above the current price tor aaert- 
but It was a trifle oompuvd to tbe re- 
net Of getting rid of Axlay wtttwot a final 



uaUy 



on tbe !>oTa he rtroked hln nn- 
CUM'B dark hair. ukI slie became grad- 



heflM 



a r eat m ea that (bey are. rr 
... a man bee to on 
them. Wen, he rtfaetod, lemiaatdy 
tand tbem. 



Ao Luck at All 



'T*WO aMn had lnvlt*rt 

fawaome at golf. 6I'..:^ -aila K'X-i 
tag, but no player. Brown was an nglr '> 
faOow who beat the ban a good furlong f vsn 
On tte feae there was some itlarniadnr 
Mpe. and finallr B ve- 
to «em up. "Oh. to that eaaa- ean- 
one of the gtrla artlesalT. '"l misht as wei: rak^ 
Z never have any itKis, 



6 



THROOOMOtIT ft life of pleasing but 
sxlitaiiM of m flf Uw wodtf • dsrttacs 

ot fortune. Ihere hW MffV bMB ft pMlBd te . 

tht Prlnc« of Wales w frmnchi with momBt M 
tfie pntaeni ^ot i^'iin »ik^> mt- wuriU liuUtf 
wttb bated brasUi upoo Uie daily, hourly 
UtaaOm tram ttM MWda of the Zliif of 
EngUnd. Htm UmAooc «tftla|A mm oC 
the pnaoe oT Watai. baaaa for Aflrtaft on ft 
blff'Kame hunt, who tuned about f^v-r to 
hurry to the trriTfiV' of his father ns'-n m t-t- 
tnmls. aUmeted the deeply ^yinpAtncii. m- 
teresk ot paopto In alt laodi. Now that King 
Oeoife li paMlflt Itmivii ft loac oon«»MHMMe. 
DD?roiw duUes and hlftvy respooslbUittes bftv* 
fallen to the lot of the heir apparent. As 
memba at the Ooandl of ^tatc. to whU-Ji he 
WM notnUy appointed by his lather, the 
Prtxm ot WkiM Is pert onnlnc manj of tboee 
acta which eonsUtntad the KlaT* 

The lines ol serlouaneas which mask his bof- 
Iftli lace today, Uie grasp lie U dLsplaylng o( 
the pcotolems now confrontinK hun. the tn- 
gmulty, tact* Ud graclotifiiiesA which mark 

his hftDdUni of imr and solemn rafponHhiU- 
tlM ill gtn fair pramta of bli fKnees for the 

British throne. 

The prince ol Wales k potentially the most 
lnip«rtftDt flfim in the vorld. Yet it would be 
a onsB blunder to infv Oftt bis hold upon the 
attention and ftlTeettfn o( WOiM Is prl- 
!i arlly utlrlbutable to his p >— en t IMt poel- 
Uon or the vastly Krealer one to which he Is 
predestlDed. The Prince of Wales Is a re- 
nuotebto pmiftUk